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Contents
Volume 2
Number 50
October 14-20, 1999
Burning Down the House
The job is simple: Get HUD money to AIDS victims who
need homes. But the City of Fort Lauderdale can’t get its
act together.
By Paul Demko
A Handicapped
Service
Try being disabled
and then complain to
AAA Wheelchair Wagon
Service. See where it
gets you.
By Harris Meyer
Earth, Wind,
and Fire
The fall exhibition at the
Coral Springs Museum of
Art puts nature’s elements
on a few pedestals.
By Michael Mills
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Classified .....84
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I read with interest your article regarding
the efforts of Mr. [Michael] Newdow to re-
move the phrase “under God,” from the
Pledge of Allegiance (“One Nation, Divisible
Under God,” Bob Norman, September 30).
Funny thing is that most experts agree that
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when they want to get their way. Hypocrisy
doesn’t seem to phase these folks, like those
at the American Center For liberty and Jus-
tice [a conservative Christian organization].
From my personal debates with their legal
counsel, I can state that they traffic in men-
dacity and never hesitate to lie to push the
religious right’s agenda. If I as an atheist
simply want our government to follow the
law and the Constitution, I am accused of
wanting “special rights” or that I want to
force atheism as the law of the land.
Our “liberal” media constantly allows the
religious right to lie and misrepresent facts
without challenge. So I was glad to see your
well-balanced and intelligently written arti-
cle. When otir politically hamstrung courts
bow before the bullies of the religious “Reich”
and ignore the Constitution, will they still
expect us atheists to respect said institu-
tions? As a historian, I remember reading
how the Nazis worked slowly to erode civil
rights in Germany. No one spoke up until
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pose is to tell people who got killed? How can
anyone get satisfaction out of that job?
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A Handicapped
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Complaints from the mobility-challenged
against the AAA Wheelchair Wagon
Service are numerous. The company’s
stance? What’s the problem?
By Harris Meyer
B or the past six years, Bobby Zapata has suffered from
frequent seizures, possibly due to a childhood head in-
jury, and can’t work or drive. Even walking around the
block is chancy. Depressed about his condition and
inability to work, the stocky, wiry-haired 37-year-old recently
started going for weekly counseling. Zapata, who has Medicaid
health insurance because of his disability, depends on a
Medicaid-funded van service, AAA Wheelchair Wagon Service
of Hollywood, to transport him to his medical appointments.
The last time he tried to take a city bus, he suffered a seizure at
the bus stop and woke up to find his wallet and shoes missing.
Two days prior to a July 26 counseling appointment, Zapata
called AAA and scheduled a pickup from his home in west Fort
Lauderdale. But the white Ford van arrived only ten minutes
hefore his 1 p.m. appointment downtown, and he ended up
missing half of his therapy session. Then he called the service
to take him home. The van took several hours to arrive, zig-
zagged around the county dropping off other riders, and didn’t
deliver Zapata home until almost 7 p.m. His personal caregiver,
Graham Smith, with whom Zapata lives, called to complain.
AAA apologized for the problem that day and promised it
wouldn’t happen again.
But less than two months later, it apparently did. On Septem-
ber 13 Zapata says he waited three hours for the van to pick
him up after his noon psychotherapy session. He finally gave
up and called Smith for a ride home. Smith, aliealth care con-
sultant who works in Miami, hit the roof. He called AAA as well
as the state Agency For Health Care Administration (AHCA),
which runs the Medicaid program, to file another complaint
Zapata and Smith aren’t the only ones who have beefs with
AAA, which has transported Broward County’s poor and dis-
abled Medicaid recipients to clinical appointments since 1983
and which has been hired by the state as the county’s exclusive
provider since 1990. Pat Walden, a social services counselor át
the county-run Northwest Clinic, says that two weeks ago, a
sick patient waited three and a half hours for an AAA van,
so she offered to take the woman home herself. “That’s one
among many cases,” says Walden, who notes that it’s not un-
common for patients still to be waiting for a ride at the end of
the day when the staff leaves.
But state officials and AAA’s president, Karen Caputo, in-
sist that these criticisms are grossly exaggerated. While
there are inevitable travel delays in a huge county with con-
gested roads and frequent bad weather, they say, AAA pro-
vides high-quality, timely service for the vast majority of
Medicaid, clients. The written provider agreement between
the state and AAA, however, contains no specific requirement
for punctuality or quality of service.
With its 95 vans, AAA delivered 171,878 rides to Broward
Medicaid recipients in the past year, according to AHCA It is
paid $13.54 per ride for those who can walk and $18.39 for
those in wheelchairs, which translates to about $2 million a
year in total revenue for AAA The per-ride rates will soon rise
46 percent when Medicaid transportation is folded into a more
costly transportation system for disabled and elderly people,
run by Broward County Transit AAA will then have to split the
Medicaid business with three other companies, though it will
still provide almost half the rides. These providers were select-
ed by county transit officials on the basis of competitive bids.
Caputo says her company picks up more than 85 percent of
its Medicaid clients on time, which she defines as within a one-
hour window. Deborah Byrnes, an AHCA program specialist
who oversees Medicaid transportation in Broward, says that
the state does not keep systematic records of on-time perfor-
manee or client satisfaction. But she says there were only 166
“valid” complaints about AAA service in the past year, and an-
other 100 found “invalid.” For example, there are 21 valid com-
plaints about vans not showing up, 53 about lateness, 2 about
busy phone lines, and 18 about rude employees. AHCA how-
ever, relies on AAA to investigate complaints, with no indepen-
dent check done by the state. “We’ve been consistently satisfied
with [AAA’s] performance,” Byrnes says.
As proof of her company’s excellent service, Caputo, a gener-
ous contributor to Broward politicians’ election campaigns,
waves a stack of testimonials, from state, county, and nonprofit
agency officials. “[AAA’s]-expertise in routing, scheduling, and
training of employees has made the Broward [Medicaid]
system almost complaint-free,”
gushed Sen. Howard Forman
(D-Cooper City), in a 1997 letter
of recommendation to Palm
Beach County officials. Herpo-
litical support helped her land a
new contract to run Medicaid
van service in that county, start-
ing this month. ,
But Caputo’s service in Brow-
ard looks a lot less peachy to
those who are sitting in one of
her vans rather than in a poli-
tician’s easy chair. After Smith
had to pick up the stranded Za-
pata on September 13, he called
to complain and left a message
for Caputo. An AAA staffer, he
says,, called him back and ver-
bally attacked him, claiming
that Zapata never called for a
ride home that day. Smith tried
to explain that several staffers
at the East Las Qlas Psycholog-
ical Group heard Zapata make
the phone reservation. But the
AAA staffer hung up on him. So
Smith called Byrnes, who assured him she never gets com-
plaints about AAA’s services.
“I can withstand this flak, thatis my profession,” says Smith,
who hears housing discrimination cases involving people with
HIV and AIDS for the City of Miami. “But people on Medicaid
are in an economically disadvantaged position and not as likely
to speak up for themselves because they are afraid of retribu-
tion. If they treated me that way, how do they treat the people
who need the services?” he asks.
Continued on page 6
Graham Smith (left) expects the state-funded van service for peer and disabled people like
Bobby Zapata to be on time
‘IffilflllBI/ffi' man in charge of building the $600 mil-
lion Diplomat Hotel In Hollywood, told the news media two
months ago that he would wait until after the February
election “when [Commissioner] John Coteman is out of of-
fice” to bring back a controversial proposal for a 600-
room hotci Fhe implication was clean Driscoll will wait
until the political winds blow in his favor Jo mount an-
■her fry As if those derisions were political’
Colt nian V t amp was thrilled at 1 Jriscoll's candkl wot ds,
saving the blatant politicizing of the growth issue won hi«
i andkkicy tor nun oi hundreds of votes ¡rom i esidents ol
Now Driscoll appears id bi taking the next step
Sour ces say he rried to form a political action committee
two weeks ago to support Mayor Man Dtutianti ami of-
fried to underwrite the thing But business leaders
called to a meeting at the Dip balkv d at being on tin-
company payroll and instead tornu-d their own FAC
called Citizens For Progress (and who’s not?).
The FAC inclu%s pro-Mara types like Dennis Giordano
(whose engineering firm
tracts from the city), funeral home owner Mark Panetera,
j and downtown Hollywood’s biggest landlord, Debbie Segal
—- as well as May Huddleston, vice president of sales and
marketing for the Dip. The progressive committee fa-
vors “revitalization of all areas of Hollywood, including
ia^i« neighborhood
and sidewalks, the strengthening of existing business
corridors and reduction in the cost of government”
Citizens For Progress will support any candidate who
lavnrs these issues, according to members. Guess that
means the PAG won’t be hipporting GhiKanti. She came
â– it against sidewalks when Coleman floated a plan to install
them throughout the city, saying she did not let her kids
play on sidewalks when they were little. Is that progressive?
Followers of the Gospel According to Nell “God" toga's de-
scended on Fort Lauderdale commissioner Tkn Smith last,
week, 'fhe
having a fit (as he always is) over an article in Tuesday’s
iSiHinStm/Mfcf. The story reported that Smith had con-
ducted an informal “poll” of450
büity of a taxpayer-subsidized baseball stadium in down-
tow'ii Fort Lauderdale. The “finding” bigwigs (many
with financial interests) are in favor of shelling out about
$300 million to build a retractable-dome stadium for a
team that attracts fewer fans that) the average pet.wee
lcagui|^|pipJ@mbroke Pines. Of course they are.
So Kogcilf to (oiuiuci his own “informal poll”
and passid along Smith’s notr? phone number to the
unwashi d masse- this iisvners) Smith got a up-olf
about the unwanted publicitv ami clinked his voice
mail “W ltliin ,t tm inmute lime ¡leruid, it slid vnu have
2.1 voict messages or suiiieilmig like lh.it, ’ Smith says.
“Quite a few were just rude SÓBs that didn’t leave a
name or a phone number"
To quell the upnsing, Smith got ori the horn In
Kogers (a biave act by the ainateut iiime-fightei, we
mu -1 concede) and defended lnmselt He told tht ra-
dioaciive lalk-show host that a group of “concerned citi-
/ons" hud exploded interest in Iran-lorining down-
town Fort Lauderdale into John Henry’s playpen and that
ii wa- his duly a representative nt the people to con-
sidei die idea As Kogns pointed out. those “concerned
citizen-»" sometimos go by other names Tine lobbyist-
and contributors.
- as told to Tom Walsh
Got a tipP Call 954-233-1581. fax 954-233-1571. or e-mail
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Handicapped
Continued from page 5
Neither AAA nor Byrnes ever got back to
Smith with the result of his complaint Byrnes
says the general policy is not to notify com-
plainants of the outcome. But AAA did provide
New Times with the results. The company de-
termined that the complaint was “not valid” be-
cause no call for a pickup was received and
recorded on its call log. But if AAA staffers had
checked with the counseling clinic, as New
Times did, they could have talked to two clerks
who swear that they heard Zapata make the
phone reservation on September 13.
Caputo also explains that her agency was
swamped with emergency calls on September
13, the stormy Monday when everyoné was
fleeing Hurricane Floyd. Even on normal
weekdays, she adds, there’s nothing she can
do about longer waits in the early afternoon,
when demand peaks. She claims that Smith’s
complaint was an attempt to get special treat-
ment for Zapata. “Graham Smith is a very ner-
vous person with unrealistic expectations
about service,” she says.
Nervous or not, Smith’s grievances are
echoed by the staff at the East Las Olas Psy-
chological Group, the Broward House, Center-
One, and KRU Medical Ventures, many of
whose patients use AAA Medicaid vans. Clini-
dans and clerical staff at those agencies say
that long waits for pickups are frequent, partic-
ularly for return trips home. These waits can
be debilitating for people who are sick or on
medication regimes that require them to take
their pills with food. Zapata, for instance,
sometimes gets auras, which are warning sig-
nals of impending seizures, when he is wor-
lied about whether the van’will arrive on time
or when he has to wait outside in the hot sun.
“Some patients have quit coming for thera-
py,” says Elizabeth Brochu, an East Las Olas
psychotherapist who recalls problems going
back at least five years. “They just give up be-
cause they say it’s more hassle than it’s worth.
It often takes a big part of the session just to
calm them down from the transportation prob-
lems.” Two weeks ago a client who had beén
waiting for an AAA pickup for more than an
hour started yelling in frustration, disrupting
other client’s sessions.
• Staff at the various clinics say that just get-
ting through on the phone to arrange pickups
from appointments is usually a long, trying
process. “When I call [AAA] to make an ap-
pointment, I am constantly on hold,” says a re-
ceptionist.at Broward House who has worked
there for four years but didn’t want her name
used. “You’ll be holding for 30 to 45 minutes.
Once, the line was busy for two hours.” She
says patients sometimes miss their medical ap-
pointments and have to reschedule because
the AAA van was late or didn’t show up at all.
Caputo says she personally reads every
complaint on the day it comes in. “When we
are wrong, we apologize,” she says. “We don’t
try to blow smokeup anyone’s ass for any rea-
son.” But she remains confident that most of
her clients are satisfied. “They know what to
expect from the service, and they know that
sometimes they have to wait a little longer,
and that’s acceptable,” she says.
Smith, however, finds that attitude toward
people who are poor and sick completely
unacceptable. “A lot of people think, ‘You’re
lucky to have any transportation, so just
shut up.’” he says. “These providers do
what they damn well please, without con-
sideration to individuals. I’m not interested
in special handling for Bobby. I want all the
patients treated right” CD
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INTO QUESTION
BY PAUL DEMKO
On February 8,1999, Kathryn Malie traveled to Fort
Lauderdale City Hall to clear her name. The 14-year
veteran bureaucrat was armed with a three-volume,
200-page-plus report, complete with receipts, city
memos, and intraoffice e-mails. Also in tow was her
lawyer. Her audience in the sterile conference room
was Pete Witschen, the assistant city manager, and
Faye Outlaw, director of Fort Lauderdale’s housing and
community development office — a job title Malie once
claimed as her own. An attorney hired by the city was
also present For two and a half hours, Malie laid out, in
mind-numbing detail, her case for innocence. The only
interruption was an occasional “OK’ from Witschen.
Malie was facing serious charges.. She’d been ac-
cused of mishandling funds that were tunneled through
the federal government’s Housing Opportunities For
Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) program. A stinging re-
view of the program had been written by the city audi-
tor months earlier, and on November 12,1998, Malie
was put on paid administrative leave. According to
Malie, the passwords on her city computer were
changed, and her fellow employees were told not to
associate with her.
At the core of the auditor’s report is the Sunshine
Health Center, a nonprofit group based in Pompano
Beach. For four years more than a million dollars in
federal grants was given to Sunshine to purchase and
renovate a 32-unit housing facility and two single-
family homes for people with AIDS. But by late 1998
the buildings were in disrepair and Sunshine was in
financial disarray. The city audit had been prompted
by an FBI investigation of the nonprofit group that
continues to this day, according to one source famil-
iar with the federal inquiry. (The FBI would not com-
ment on the investigation.) The city auditor, Allyson
Love, concluded that Sunshine’s situation was indica-
five of widespread problems caused by a lack of over-
sight of the HOPWA program.
As Malie sees it, she was being set up to take the fall
for the boondoggle. At one point during the February
hearing, Witschen noted that the city would need time
to make a decision about how to proceed. ‘We proba-
bly will not make a response today,” he said. It’s not
clear from the transcript of the meeting if he was try-
ing to be funny. The city’s response, it turns out, took
much longer than a day — five months longer.
During that time Malie was not contacted by the
city. Its only acknowledgment of her existence, she
claims, were her paychecks, which total $56,181 a
year. Malie had already been on paid leave for three
months, so the next five months would add up to the
equivalent of $40,000 worth of taxpayer-bankrolled
vacation pay. But the leave, for Malie, was no vaca-
tion. She didn’t know whether she’d ever get her job
back, and during the leave her long-time boyfriend
died of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “It was not a fun time,”
Continued on page lO
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Richard Colbert, executive director of the AIDS-housing provider Shadowood II, has expressed interest in taking over the boarded-up apartment complex on SW 15th Avenue
] Burning Down
§ Continued from page 9
, she recalls, “but it did give me time to be
with him.”
Finally on Friday, July 9, Witschen rang
Malie with news: She was to report back to
work on Monday morning. He also told her
a letter of reprimand would be placed in her
personnel file.
But in attempting to saddle Malie with
blame for the mismanaged funds, the city
did not count on one possibility: that the
soft-spoken, 50ryear-old bureaucrat would
continue to fight back. Malie returned to
work, but she steadfastly contends that she
did nothing wrong, that she was unfairly re-
quired to work the equivalent of two jobs for
a year and a half, and that the city audit is se-
riously flawed. Among the flaws: Malie (who
is not mentioned by name in the 18-page
audit) was never questioned by Love about
the Sunshine funds. So getting her job back
is not enough. Malie wants the letter of rep-
rimand removed from her file, corrections
made to the city audit, and reimbursement
for the fees she had to pay a lawyer to assist
in her defense.
“I’m not asking the city to do anything but
fix what they did,” she says. “They’ve been
very careful to keep my name out of it, but it
doesn’t matter. It’s a small town. Everyone
knows I was in charge of the program.”
For that same reason, Malie shares at
least some of the blame for allowing Sun-
shine Health Center to Squander more than
$1 million in government funds. But she is
not alone. Since the HOPWA program be-
gan, county and city officials have allowed
the program to falter, and at the root of the
most egregious problems is the Sunshine
organization itself. Even after several inves-
tigations and a brush with financial death,
the 35-year-old nonprofit group continues to
operate a health clinic in Pompano Beach. It
is also under investigation once again —
this time for Medicaid fraud.
The most trenchant symbol of the Sunshine
debacle is an eyesore of a structure at 637
SW 15th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. Every
orifice of the gray-and-white concrete build-
ing in the Riverside Park neighborhood is
plugged with plywood. The parking lot is
strewn with debris. Tufts of grass sprout
from what once was blacktop. No one —
HIV-infected or otherwise — has lived there
for almost a year.
“That building is kind of a hellhole,” says
Fort Lauderdale mayor Jim Naugle. “It
probably should be demolished.”
Since 1995 about $750,000 in federal money
has been pumped into that hellhole. That
same year Sunshine Health Center pur
chased the building and its lot with a
$646,000 grant from HOPWA, which is part
of the U S. Department of Housing and Ur-
ban Development (HUD). Numerous federal
grants followed so that the building could be
transformed into a comfortable apartment
complex for AIDS sufferers and their families
in need of housing. But despite this influx of
cash, the building was occupied by Sunshine
clients for less than three years — from Feb-
ruary 1996, to November of last year.
So what happened? Sunshine officials, are
not forthcoming, but city records indicate that
mismanagement could have been a big prob-
lem. Eor example, playground equipment
was purchased with $4342 worth of HOPWA
funds and delivered to Sunshine’s Pompano
Beach offices in June 1997. But the equip-
ment was never installed. J&R Home Repair
was paid $2100 in HOPWA funds last year for
two queen palm trees, a sabal palm, and 50
bags of redwood-chip mulch, among other
landscaping materials. But there is no évi-
dence that anyone made use of these materi-
als at 637 SW 15th Avenue. Former residents
confirm that no palm tree was ever planted,
no gardén ever mulched. George’s Asphalt
Service was paid $5584 in HOPWA money to
remove speed bumps from the parking lot to
prepare for repaving. But the company was
never paid to repave; the parking lot now
looks like it was shelled by mortar fire.
Former residents of the SW 15th Avenue
facility tell stories of squalor, rampant drug
use, and negligence on the part of Sun-
shine officials. Carmela Warren, who lived
in apartment 33 for a year with her infant
daughter, says hot water was scarce and the
wall in her daughter*s bedroom was covered
with mildew. “My daughter [couldn’t] even
sleep in her room because I [was] afraid of
her picking up some kind of bacteria,” she
recalls. “I had neighbors who didn’t have re-
frigerators or stoves.”
Madeline Morgan, who lived in the apart-
ment complex with her three children,
claims that drug dealers often conducted
business on the property. “Basically every-
body in the building was on drugs,” she
says, adding that she saw no evidence that
Sunshine’s management was concerned
about the illegal activities. ‘They really
didn’t care what went on there,” she says.
“All they wanted was the rent money.”
A constantly changing staff of administra-
tors operated the housing facility for Sun-
shine, which began in 1964 as a health clinic
serving the needs of migrant workers in
the Pompano Beach area. Dale Gibson, the
group’s executive director, came on staff
justas the housing program was disintegrat-
ing. “I don’t know much about what’s hap-
pening with that [program],” he says, noting
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that his focus has been on the health clinic.
JThaf s not really something I have much in-
formation about at all.”
I Despite staff turnover Sunshine’s board of
directors is ultimately accountable for the
organization. As stated in the group’s by-
laws, the board’s job is to “manage the af-
lairs of Sunshine.” On the board are several
prominent Broward County citizens, includ-
fng Jasmin Shirley Moore, who is some-
times referred to as the “Queen of AIDS”
and is the former wife of Fort Lauderdale
city commissioner Carlton Moore. Hazel
Armbrister, another board member, is a re-
fired teacher who ran for a seat in the Flori-
fia House of Representatives in 1998.
I Moore, who answered questions on behalf
of Sunshine, told New times that the resi-
gents were the problem. Every time a ten-
fint moved out of the complex, she said, the
frpartment was gutted — even air condition-
thg units and ceiling fens disappeared. Drug
use and other criminal activities, she added,
were not a problem at the facility. “During
pur time we didn’t have that kind of stuff go-
fng on,” Moore said. “It was a great place.” -
li Despite Sunshine’s, claims to the contrary,
Morgan, Warren, and other residents became
po fed tip with their living conditions that they
formed a tenant’s association in 1997 and
enlisted the help of Legal Aid Service of
-Broward County. According to a list of prob-
lems drawn up by the association and hand-
delivered to board chair Lula Myers and
Thomas Dawson, who was executive director
of Sunshine at the time: Toilets didn’t flush in
some apartments; many units were ant- and/
©r roach-infested; locks on windows were bro-
®:en; and most of the washers- and dryers in
ihe laundry room were inoperable,
i The residents weren’t the only ones con-
fcerned about the SW 15th Avenue facility.
¡Estelle Abrams, a detective on the Fort
íaüderdale code-enforcement team, was
aware of the infusion of government funds
find recalls driving by the building on an al-
Jnost daily basis, wondering when condi-
|ions would improve. One apartment, she
recalls, had a malfunctioning oven that shot
sparks whenever it was turned on. “Instead
of giving them a new oven, Sunshine gave
them a fire extinguisher so they can shoot
the sparks out,” Abrams says. She notes that
the only work permit that was granted for
renovations was for the installation of an air
conditioner — in the administrative office.
“You have no idea the crackerjack way they
went in there,” she says.
According to HUD guidelines for the
HOPWA program, grantees “must provide
safe and sanitary housing that is in com-:
pliance with all applicable state and local
housing, codes, licensing requirements,”
and other regulations pertaining to build-
ing standards. Abrams continually cited
the property for code violations, and when
she got no response from Sunshine; she
wrote letters to each board member. Lula
Myers finally agreed to meet with Abrams:
at the property in June 1998. When Myers
arrived she was issued a notice to appear
in court and was criminally charged for 13
violations. Myers, who did not respond to
inquiries for an interview for this article,
pleaded no contest in August and was
fined $1850.
Abrams was also in touch with Kathryn
Malie, who was then interim director of
Fort Lauderdale’s housing and community
development office. Abrams says the city
didn’t seem to care that grant dollars were
apparently being squandered. “I tried the
city for months from the fall of ’97,” she
says, noting that when she threatened to
charge Sunshine officials criminally, the
city’s response was, “Go ahead.”
Malie counters that she was trying to
work with Sunshine to get the property
turned around. She says she met with resi-
dents, Sunshine board members, and Legal
Aid representatives on several occasions.
The code team, she believes, was only inter-
ested in putting people in jail. “Instead of
trying to help people, they just kept trying
to arrest them,” she claims.
Even if Malie was making a good-faith
effort to work with the folks at Sunshine,
she wouldn’t have been able to finish the
job. At about the same time Myers was
charged with Code violations, Faye Outlaw
was hired as director of Fort Lauderdale’s
ho.using and community development of-
fice; Two months later Sunshine’s HOPWA
funds for rental assistance were terminated.
Soon thereafter the tenants at 637 SW 15th
Avenue were relocated to other homes in
Broward County, and the Sunshine facility
was boarded shut. An FBI investigation of
Sunshine was under way, and city officials
were taking no chance. Malie was cut out of
the loop on all HOPWA matters, and she be-
lieves the city attempted to save its neck by
making her the scapegoat.
Sunshine had other problems to worry
about. Two houses the organization had
purchased with $156,000 in HOPWA funds
weren’t faring much better than the apart-
ment complex. At the moment both are va-
cant, according to Sunshine officials, and if s
unclear how long they’ve been empty. No-
body responded at either house when a re-
porter knocked on the front doors of the
Pompano Beach and Hollywood residences.
So the looming question — especially for
those AIDS victims in need of housing — is
this: What will happen to the three HOPWA-
financed buildings?
Last February the Sun-Sentinel reported
that the City of Fort Lauderdale had “seized
control” of tiie SW 15th Avenue property, but
that’s not exactly the case. Although Sun-
shine still owns áll three properties, owner-
ship is contingent on the HUD guideline that
the sites be used for AIDS housing for at
least ten years. Because the properties ap-
pear to have been abandoned, the city is try-
ing to foreclose on all three and has asked
HUD to exempt the SW 15th Avenue property
from the ten-year rule. This would allow the
city to turn the property over to the Fort
Lauderdale Housing Authority, Avhich could
use it to help homeless folks in general.
At least one AIDS charity, Shadowood II,
has expressed interest in taking over the
Sunshine facility. Richard Colbert, executive
director of the nonprofit group, which pro-
vides transitional and permanent housing
for people living with HIV, believes that the
facility should serve AIDS patients only. He
notes that Shadowood provides shelter for
about 60 people and — like most AIDS-
housing charities — has a long waiting list
‘We have had more people this year than
we have ever had — ever, ever, ever,” Col-
bert says. “There’s an increase in HIV home-
less people. Why there is so much of it, I
have no idea.”
Colbert inspected the 32-unit facility last
month. He says most of the apartments
need new air conditioning units and the
building needs to be repainted, but it’s sal-
vageable — if he can get financial help from
the city. “It’s in better shape than most of the
buildings in the neighborhood,” he says.
Residents of the Riverside Park neighbor-
hood beg to differ. They want the building
destroyed. For more than five years, they’ve
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ALL THEY WANTED was the
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struggled to transform the drug-ravaged
area into a marginally middle-class enclave.
Tom Andrew, vice president of the Riverside
Park homeowners association, says that
even before Sunshine took over the SW 15th
Avenue property, it was a black mark on the
community. He notes that the apartments,
which have just one exit, are fire hazards
and would not meet current safety codes for
apartment buildings. “It’s our contention
that the design is dehumanizing,” he says.
“They’re chicken coops.”
The homeowners association has made its
opinion clear in several letters to city com-
missioners, but the prospect of destroying
a building that has swallowed up about
$750,000 in federal funds since 1995 is not
something city officials would have an easy
time explaining to HUD. It is possible, un-
der HUD guidelines, that Fort Lauderdale
would be forced to give the grant money
back to the feds if the facility is demolished.
“Unless we were able to get relief from the
federal government on the repayment issue,
I’d have a very, very difficult time rec'om-
mending that to the city commission,” says
Pete Witschen, assistant city manager. “That
would be a tough financial position to take.”
the largest city in any given county is re-
sponsible for disbursing HOPWA funds
throughout the county. In Broward County
the job goes to Fort Lauderdale. But during
the first three years of the program, from
1993 until 1996, the city actually handed off
these duties to the county. The thinking was
this: Because the county doles out most fed-
eral dollars for AIDS services, it would be
better equipped to distribute the HOPWA
grants as well.
But such was not the case. Under the
county’s watch, HOPWA was plagued with
problems. Chief among them was that many
grant dollars were simply not being spent.
In the summer of 1996, according to city
records, the county had disbursed just
$3.2 million of the $7.7 million made avail-
able by the federal government. AIDS orga-
nizations were spending money on housing
services but not being reimbursed in a
timely manner, which put the shoestring-
budgeted charities at financial risk.
Out of frustration the city decided, in early
1997, to distribute the funds itself. At about
this time, Malie, who was then serving as a
community-economic development planner,
was named interim director of the housing
and community-development office. One of
the key accusations in the audit that forced
RES I DENTS OF the riverside
PARK NEIGHBORHOOD BEG TO DIFFER.
THEY WANT THE
building DESTROYED.
Harry Garte, a Miami-based HUD official
who is intimately involved with Fort Laud-
erdale’s HOPWA program, declined to com-
ment for this, story. But a spokesman for the
agency says this: ‘We are always concerned
when funds that are intended to provide an
essential service to the community áre ex-
pended and the purpose is not achieved. We
will continue to work with Fort Lauderdale
to be certain deficiencies,in their delivery
systems are corrected and that everything
possible is done to insure that programs aré
run successfully.”
Sitting in an Italian restaurant on Oakland
Park Boulevard on a recent weekday after-
noon, Kathryn Malie is evidently weary of
the whole bureaucratic quagmire. She sighs
often as she discusses both Sunshine and
the HOPWA program. Her hair is the color
of copper wire, and she’s wearing a blazer
and a pink sweatshirt. She is short, just a
few inches over five feet, and acne scars are
evident on her face. She speaks softly — as
if someone might overhear — in the near-
empty restaurant.
Malie is not naive enough to believe that
Sunshine is innocent. She understands that
the organization failed to maintain its build-
ings, but she also believes the city should
have continued to work with, not against,
Sunshine. Most of all, she absolutely insists
that she is not to blame for the three empty
government-purchased buildings.
To understand her defense, it’s nece'ssary
to know a little history about HOPWA fund-
ing. According to the program’s guidelines,
Malie into an eight-month leave is that Sun-
shine Health Center received money for
services, such as mental-health counseling
and substance-abuse treatment, that were
never provided.
During her hearing in February, Malie
pointed out that the auditor, Allyson Love,
had misread the HOPWA contract. Al-
though Sunshine Health Center had applied
for various types of funds for the 1996-97
fiscal year, it received money only for rental
assistance. Sunshine requested $26,000 for
outreach services, $125,000 to provide tran-
sitional housing, $80,000 for substance-
abuse treatment programs, $70,000 for
mental-health and family counseling, and
$97,668 for renovations to existing facilities.
But all ofthese grant requests were rejected
by the city. The only allocation that Sun-
shine received for the 1996-97 fiscal year
was $210,000 to provide rental assistance for
tenants at the existing properties.
Holding Malie accountable for Sunshine’s
housing woes is problematic for other fea-
sons. The bulk of the expenditures ques-
tioned in the audit took place before the city
took control of the HOPWA program in
1997. The funds for Sunshine’s purchase of
the SW 15th Avenue property and the two
single-family homes in Pompano Beach and
Hollywood, for example, were allocated by
the county, not the city.
In her audit Love also concludes that Sun-
shine’s deficiencies are reflective of the en-
tire HOPWA program. A total of 11 nonprofit
groups have received HOPWA funds since
1993, according to city records, but Sunshine
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is the only group mentioned in the audit. No
evidence is presented to suggest that any
other group experienced problems similar
to Sunshine’s.
Love says that she has only “flipped
through” Malie’s rebuttal and cannot r¿-
spond to specific criticisms. But she says she
stands by her audit entirely. “I think the find-
ings and the subsequent management re-
sponse to it speak for themselves,” she adds.
Malie. Because many of the people who had
intimate knowledge of HOPWA have left the
city’s employ, he says, it was difficult to re-
construct events and pinpoint exactly who
was at fault “The people that were most di-
rectly involved at that point weren’t here to
help provide the documentation for a review,
and that had to be recreated,” he adds.
But those on the receiving end of HOPWA
funding are able to comment on Malie. Rep-
resentatives of many nonprofit groups in the
area say that she was a font of knowledge
Fort Lauderdale assistant city manager Pete Witschen oversaw the eight-month investigation of
Kathryn Malie
Witschen says he sees no reason for
changes to the audit either. “I don’t believe
the audit has fatal mistakes, but I know
that’s [Malie’s] assertion,” he says. Malie’s
interpretation of HUD guidelines is wrong,
he adds, and the correct disciplinary action
was taken against her.
He cannot account, however, for the city’s
decision to saddle .Malie with two jobs over
an 18-month period. While Malie served as
and often helped groups navigate the pitfalls
of applying for grant money.
“She is a true advocate of the people of the
city,” says Geraldine Pipitone, executive
director of House of Hope, which works pri-
marily with people who have substance-
abuse problems.
Richard Colbert, of Shadowood II, says
that more than 80 percent of his group’s
budget comes from HOPWA grants. “Kathy
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regarding the HOPWA program. Normally,
according to grantees, the city holds meet-
ings every April to discuss priorities for
HOPWA funding. By September a request
for proposals (RFP) is usually issued, and
money is allocated by the start of the fiscal
year — October 1.
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That’s not the case this year. The first
meeting didn’t take place until June, when
Faye Outlaw, who now oversees the HOPWA
program, told grantees that the city was con-
sidering handing administration of the pro-
gram back to the county. “It threw us all into
kinda shock,” says Colbert.
Ultimately the city commission — noting
the county’s past problems in administer-
ing the HOPWA program — voted, during
a July 7 meeting, against letting the county
administer the funds. “We’ll be moving for-
ward with that process and RFP-ing it,”
Outlaw now says. ‘We did not want to ad-
vanee that process, given that there was
that discussion.”
Angelo Castillo, director of human serv-
ices for Broward County, says his agency
was enthusiastic about the possibility of run-
ning the HOPWA program. “The hope was
to create a continuum of care that would in-
elude housing and services under one roof,”
he says.
Some AIDS groups worry, however, that,
because the distribution process is late in
getting under way this year, they may not
get the funds they need in a timely fashion
— which is what happened when the coun-
ty oversaw the grant program. Accord
ing to, the most recent HUD figures, as of
May 1999 Fort Lauderdale had spent less
than $7 million of the $15.3 million made
available under the HOPWA program over
the last four years.
‘The HOPWA dollars are kind of up in
the air,” says Pipitone, of House of Hope.
“Nobody knows what’s going to happen at
this point.”
Tom Shidaker, executive director of Brow-
ard House, the county’s largest provider of
housing to people with AIDS, told city com-
missioners in July that its HOPWA-fimded
programs could begin to run short of mon-
ey as early as March if steps weren’t taken
to jump-start the allocation process. He now
says Outlaw has assured him HOPWA dol-
lars will be made available to ensure that the
group does not run out of money, even if it’s
done on a stopgap basis. “The city has told
me on two different occasions that they
will make sure funds are available,” Shidak-
er says.
Adds Outlaw: “There will not be a single
gap in funding for HOPWA”
No matter what happens with the HOPWA
program, it is doubtful that Sunshine
Health Center will ever benefit from its
largesse again. You get only so many
chances to squander a
million dollars.
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front of Sunshine Health
Center’s yellow stucco
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and smart tie. He smiles broadly and ex-
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Center is a pleasant one.
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tempts to provide housing to people with
AIDS, it was mired in controversy and finan-
cial disorder. At the end of 1997, thé federal
Health Resources and Services Administra-
tion (HRSA) canceled Sunshine’s grant of al
most $950,000 to provide medical care to
poor people in the Pompano Beach area. The
head of HRSA at the time noted, in a press re-
lease, that “the center Med to resolve serf-
ous fiscal, administrative and governance
problems that compromised its ability to de-
liver high-quality health-care services.”
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HRSA had brought in Collier Health Services,
based in Immokalee, to work with Sunshine
on restoring fiscal order. But Steven Weinman,
Collier’s chief financial officer, says that the
Sunshine clinic in Pompano Beach was in such
disarray that his group didn’t want anything
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to do with the clinic. “When we went there,
the building was falling apart,” he recalls. “If
you went to a veterinarian that looked like
that, you wouldn’t leave your dog there.”
Collier has since been awarded the HRSA
grant and recently opened the Thomas N.
Anthony Medical Center, just a few blocks
from Sunshine’s clinic. Weinman believes
that his organization is capable of providing
medical care for all poor people in that area.
“I don’t really see any reason for Sunshine
Health Center,” he says.
Even so, Sunshine reopened its doors last
November with Gibson, who has worked
with several medical clinics in Miami, at the
helm — at about the same time the housing
facility on SW 15th Avenue was being board-
ed up. “Our center was mired in controver-
sy, but since we reopened we’re very excit-
ed, ” Gibson says.
Sunshine is banking on young mothers
and the elderly — and the Medicaid and
Medicare reimbursements that they draw
— to help the clinic back to financial solven-
cy. “I think Sunshine needs to demonstrate
that it can run a clinic effectively before they
apply for grants again,” Gibson says.
There are already signs, however, that
Sunshine has not changed for the better. Ac-
cording to the group’s 1998 informational
tax return, Sunshine’s income for the year
was just $148,100. Its debts, meanwhile, to-
taled more than $1.1 million.
Although both Morgan and Warren, as
former residents of the SW 15th Avenue fa-
cility, could be seen as holding a grudge
against Sunshine, their accounts are con-
firmed by others. Two sources who work
with HIV patients in Broward County on a
daily basis but do not want theimames
used, say that clients have told them simi-
lar stories about Sunshine paying clients
for protein infusions. Moreover, Ruben
Chavez, an investigator with the Florida
Attorney General’s Office, confirms that
his office is conducting a Medicaid fraud
investigation of Sunshine. He would not,
however, provide details.
Gibson denies the allegations, calling
them a “gross, gross, gross mischaracteriza-
tion.” But his explanation of the misunder-
standing doesn’t make much sense. He
claims that when the clinic initially re-
opened last November, clients were offered
turkeys and gift certificates as both induce
ntents to patronize Sunshine Health Center
and as goodwill gestures for the Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas holidays. “In the clients’
minds,” he says, “they interpreted this as we
were paying them.”
Sunshine is not the only player in the
HOPWA controversy that has returned to
business as usual. For three months now,
Kathryn Malie has been back at her spa-
cious office in downtown Fort Lauderdale
and her duties as community-economic
M | THINK SUNSHINE NEEDS TO
DEMONSTRATE THAT IT GAN RON A CLINIC
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“I really don’t know how they manage to
keep that place open,” says Weinman.
One unsettling possibility is fraud. Accord-
ing to several Sunshine patients, the clinic,
when it. reopened last November, offered eco-
nomic incentives to at least some clients for
their patronage. Madeline Morgan says that,
for almost three months in early 1999, she —
along with other people infected with HIV —
was paid $20 a day, or $100 each week, by
Dale Gibson to receive intravenous protein in-
jections at Sunshine Health Center.
“When we got finished, he would call us in
the back room, and he would give us mon-
ey,” she recalls.
Morgan adds that Medicaid, the federal
health-care program for poor families, was
then billed for the services. Patients were told
the protein infusions — which are of dubious
medical value — were part of a research pro-
gram. The paydays were eventually reduced
to three times a week, according to Morgan,
and then stopped completely.
Carmela Warren and her fiancé, John Eric
Myers, tell a similar story. They claim they
were paid by Sunshine to receive protein in-
fusions, which were then billed to Medi-
caid. Warren notes that she was eventually
cut off by Sunshine officials. “They told me
I couldn’t come back anymore because my
Medicaid wasn’t covering it,” she says.
Adds Myers: “They was most definitely
billing Medicaid.”
development planner. She spends most
days researching various policy questions
and searching for new sources of funding
for the city. She communicates with her
boss, Faye Outlaw, primarily via e-mail and
intraoffice memo.
The prospect of finding a new job has
certainly occurred to Malie, but she says
she wants to get the entire Sunshine epi-
sode resolved before moving on. She be-
lieves the letter of reprimand in her per-
sonnel file would tar her reputation and
make getting a decent job difficult — de-
spite 14 years of work for the city. “I will
never manage anything for any city gov-
ernment again,” she says. ‘It’s thankless.”
Malie is even contemplating filing a lawsuit
against the city.
In August she had a meeting with another
city official — City Manager Floyd Johnson
— to discuss her insistence that the letter of
reprimand be removed from her file, that
her lawyer’s fees be reimbursed, and that
the Sunshine audit be amended. Malie at-
tended the meeting without her lawyer, as
the city manager had requested. After dis-
cussing her situation for about 30 minutes,
Johnson told Malie that he would get back
to her in about a week. It’s now been two
months. She has yet to hear from him. CD
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guard who first tells me that someone r to after tivb yea#» of unemployment, and
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Antigone runs through October 24 at Academy
Theatre, 2700 W. Oakland Park Nvd., Suite 20,
Fart Lauderdale. Friday and Saturday perform-
¡ begin at 8 p.m.; Sunday curtain is 7 p.m.
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Thursday
With her Laugh-In variety show charac-
ters — including the precocious five-
year-old Edith Ann and the sassy tele-
phone operator Ernestine — Lily Tomlin
introduced the '60s TV-viewing public to
her acerbic wit. That wit, as well as her
ability to play a variety of characters con-
vincingly, was more than evident in The
Search For Signs of Intelligent Life in the
Universe, her 1985 stage collaboration
with writer Jane Wagner. The narrator of
the one-woman show is Trudy, a bag lady
who opines on society’s foibles as seen
from its bottom rung. Homelessness,
poverty, rampant consumerism, and in-
humanity are just a few of the subjects
Trudy and the other characters address.
Those characters include: Chrissy, a
directionless young woman who spends
hours in the gym; Angus Angst, a
spoiled teen punk; and a group of
feminist friends — Lyn, Edie, and
Marge. Although the show, which
has been reworked for the '90s, aims
to point up cultural faults, it does so
without casting blame or slipping
into self-pity or. sentimentality. Tom-
lin will perform parts of The Search,
along with bits, of standup, tonight at
the Kravis Center For the Perform-
ing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach. Ticket prices
range from $15 to $48. Showtime is
8 p.m. Call 561-833-8300.
Í •)
Friday
In the gay musical Naked Boys Sing-
ing!, the performers are literally
nude during most of the show as
they sing campy tunes about the male
physique. While Halted Man may sound
like a low-budget version of the show, it
actually features clothes, no camp, and a
much more serious look at gay lifestyles.
Originally commissioned by the San
Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, the piece
addresses issues such as gays in the
military, gay marriage, gays in church,
and AIDS. “When the Cold Wind Blows,”
for example, is a song about the effect
that someone’s passing has on lovers,
friends, and family. “I Was a Very, Very
Good Boy” touches on the sensitive side
of men, and “The Dragon” is a metaphor
ical take on sexuality and passion. The
show will be performed tonight by the
Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida at
the Broward County Library Main Audi-
torium in Fort Lauderdale (100 S. An-
drews Ave.). Tickets for the 8 p.m. show
cost $15. Call 954-832-0060.
Saturday
When choreographer Demetrius Klein
decided to combine the works of Edgar
Allan Poe with music and dance, he didn’t
realize his piece The Raven would be per-
formed anytime close to Halloween. But
as it turns out, the Klein Dance troupe
will present the piece tonight and Sunday
in West Palm Beach. “It«was just a happy
coincidence,” he says. “I was just interest-
ed in exploring the text.” Poe’s poem
‘The Raven” is one of 16 works by the
writer interpreted in the show. As they re-
cite the title piece, dancers perform bird-
like movements and strike their bodies
to create percussive sounds. “It’s not my
standard fare, where you see people fly-
ing all over the place,” says Klein. “What
makes it work is the juxtaposition of mu-
sic, text, and movement.” During the rest
of the show, one narrator speaks Poe’s
words, including excerpts from “The Pit
and the Pendulum” and “Murders in the
Rue Morgue,” and various musical pieces
back each dance sequence. The Raven
will be performed tonight at 8 and Sun-
day at 2 p.m. at Kaplan Jewish Commu-
nity Center, 3151 N. Military Trl., West
Palm Beach. Tickets cost $12 and $15.
Call 561-689-0818.
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Here’s dedication to the arts for you:
Francesco Pace, artistic director of the
South Florida Opera Company, is hosting
a performance by soloist Mike Plautin, of
Los Angeles, in his own house to Welling-
ton (14587 Halter Rd.) today. The bass-
baritone singer, who has studied with
Giorgio Tozzi and sung with the Metro-
politan Opera, will perform a selection of
arias and traditional Russian songs to this
very intimate setting. Plautin will be ac-
companied by local pianist Robert Sharon.
Donations are suggested, and proceeds
will help fund the nonprofit Florida Opera
Company’s ball in January. To reserve
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This limited-edition Seiko quartz clock, crafted in the form of an antique Japanese
lantern clock, is on view at Morikami Museum
one of the 100 or so spaces available for
the 3 p.m. concert, call 561-798-0350.
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Food from some of South Florida’s finest
chefs is the focus of the Annual International
Culinary Exposition and Winetasting, which
benefits the Chef and Child Foundation
program for hungry children. Once you
pay $25 ($30 at the door), you’re entitled
to sip all the wine you can handle, and
gorge on food until you pop. But addition-
al funds are raised for the foundation in
the. martini and cigar room, where last
year the fashionable cocktails went for
just $1 each. Similarly, high-end cigars
workings of timepieces, which is no
small feat when you consider the clunky
gears, magnets, and plates that made
them run before digital technology
came along. The Japanese, on the other
hand, saw beauty in the whirling and
spinning bits of metal Inside clocks. De-
signers went out of their way to leave
parts exposed, and a private collection
of such 18th- and 19th-century clocks
makes up part of the exhibition “Reckon-
ing Tokyo Time: A Look at Japanese Clocks, Cal-
endars, and Chronology.” The show at the
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gar-
dens in Delray Beach (4000 Morikami
Park Rd.) includes New England collec-
tor Bernard Soltie’s intricate timepieces
from Japan, many of which feature elab-
orately carved wooden frames and pol-
ished metal parts inscribed with artful
designs. Paintings, prints, folk toys,
and calendars related to timekeeping
in Japan are also part of the show. The
museum is open Tuesday through
Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admis-
sion prices range from $3 to $5.25.
Call 561495-0233.
that might retail for, say, $15 apiece, are
sold at nearly half that price. This year,
stogy smokers can see how the tobacco
tubes are made during a cigar-rolling
demonstration by Leaf and Filler Interna-
tional. National Football League alumni
will be in attendance, too, and sports mem-
orabilia will be featured in the silent auc-
tion. The event takes place at the Shera-
ton Fort Lauderdale Airport ballroom
(1825 Griffin Rd.). Hours are 5:30 to
9:30 p.m. For reservations call 954-989-2500.
Tuesday
In the Western world, clock-makers
have always sought to hide the inner
Tanesday
The Fort Lauderdale International Film
Festival officially begins November 5,
but three “mini-fests” will keep cine-
philes satiated until then. Starting
today soplé of the festival’s 100 films
will be screened in Hollywood and
Miami through October 24, and
in Boca Raton the projectors will
roll October 27 through 31. A kick-
off party for the Hollywood show-
ings begins at 5 tonight at O’Hara’s
Jazz Cafe & Swing Street Bistro
(1903 Hollywood Blvd.). Then the ac-
tion moves to the Sheridan Plaza 12
(4999 Sheridan St.) , where the polit-
ical thriller The Big Brass Ring will be
shown at 7:15. William Hurt, Miranda
Richardson, and Nigel Hawthorne star
in the movie about politician Blake Pel-
larin (Hurt), who is running as an in-
dependent candidate for the governor-
ship of Missouri in the year 2000 with
his eye on eventually becoming Presi-
dent of the United States. But before
he can attain even the first goal, the
skeletons in his closet begin to emerge.
Did he inhale? Admission to the party
is free, and film tickets cost $7. Call
954-760-9898 or 954-525-3456. Look in
“Film” listings next issue for a com-
píete schedule.
BY JOHN FERRI
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were obviously named alter mili-
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[1911. a total of three rustic Army
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was built m what is now the Sail-
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just west of downtown. It was aban-
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#, located in the New River Inn. The
las originally built in 1905 but rcnH
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hg were recently completed by the
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kturn-of-ihc-ccntury inn was the
pucture in Broward County to be '
f the National Register of Historic
s. It was run as a hotel until 1955;
. it was turned into a city hall mutex,
iich the city’s building department
ated until 1969. At that point the.s
ng was going to be torn down, but
ferfs group lobbied fbé city to save !
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The New River Inn was built in 1905
it. Hie inn wa* homt :o the Discovery
C enter children'* museum from the ear-
ly 70s until i993 when the Museum of
Discovery and .'science opened.
The building m the Kiu-rwalk area
stood vacant lor *eveial yearn In foie die
Historical Society began iem>va:ioii-
Says society executive director Dan Hob-
by “We consider the building an impcu-
lant artifact itself.” - John Ferri
The Old Fort Lauderdale Museum of History Is Id-
catad at 231SW Second Am. in Fort Lauderdale.
Museum hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. S aturday and
Sunday. Admission is $3. For more I
call 9544634431. â– 
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Caleni
lar
m
Events
Calendar, film, stage, art, and music listings are of-
fared as a free service to New Times readers and are
subject to space restrictions. Submissions must in-
elude date, time, address, publishable phone number,
and cost and should be mailed to Calendar Editor,
New Times Broward-Palm Beach, P.0. Box 14128, Fort
Lauderdale, FL 33302-4128 or faxed to 954-233-1571
Items must be received ten days prior to date of issue.
Thursday, October 14
AIDS Quilt Workshop: Every Thu panels are added to
the Names Project Memorial Quilt, which
commemorates the lives of those who have died
from AIDS. Free. 6:30-9:30 pm. CenterOne, 2817 I
E Oakland Park Blvd, Ste 200, Fort Lauderdale,
954-587-4111, ext 410.
American Film Institute Top 10: The institute’s picks are
shown in descending order, continuing this week
with Schindler's List. Free. 2 pm. Borders, 9887
Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-883-5854.
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. Warehaus 57,1904-B Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-9266633.
Ballroom Dancing: Dancing in a lavish ballroom every
Thu, Sat, and Wed. $7.7:30 pm. Gold Coast Ballroom,
1415 Lyons Rd, Coconut Creek, 954-9796770.
The Couple Gourmet Group holds weekly dinner events
for couples at some of the area’s finest restaurants.
Call 954-2369608 for locations, dates, and cost
Fall Wine Dinner and Tasting For Singles: Mostly Singles
kicks off a new season of events with the tasting,
which features three California wines and a three-
course meal, plus educational commentary on the
food and wine by chef Brian Rutheford of Premien.
Beverage: reservations required. $40.69 pm. Max’s
Grille, Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-8806001.
Haygar's House of Horrors: The Halloween theme park
features an 16room haunted house called Phobia
Island, a 21-room haunted house called Castle of
Doom, and the Trick-Or-Treat Express, a non-scary
hayride for kids ($5) , plus a pumpkin patch, karaoke,
a petting zoo, games, food, and a nightly costume
contest today-Sun and Oct 21-23; proceeds benefit
the YMCA of Broward County. $6.6:3611 pm. Coral
Springs Sportsplex, 2575 Sportsplex Dr, Coral .
Springs, 954-5662100, ext 105.
Hemingway on War Film and Discussion: Spanish Earth, a
documentary on the Spanish Civil War written and
narrated by Ernest Hemingway, will be shown and
then discussed by English professor and Hemingway
expert James Meredith of die U.S. Air Force Academy
and film and art critic Michael Mills; preregister. Free.
2 pm. North Regional/BCC Library, 1100 Coconut
Creek Blvd, Coconut Creek, 954-969-2601.
Judaic Arts and Crafts Exhibition: The City of
Hallandale Beach hosts the show, which is open to
all amateur and professional artists and runs Mon-
Fri through Oct 26. Free admission. 8 am-6 pm.
Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center, 410
SE 3rd St, Hallandale Beach, 954-457-1466.
Meet Me on the Riverwalk: Weekly Thu event lets the
public stroll along the New River as they peruse the
works of some of South Florida’s finest artists. Free.
4-9 pm. Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 9544666575.
Multi-Cultural Achievers Banquet The YMCA of
Broward County sponsors the evening in recognition
of adult role models and organizations that have had
an impact on its multicultural program, and Olympic
track andJeld medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee is the
keynote speaker. $50.6:369 pm. Signature Grand,
6900 State Road 84, Davie, 954467-2444.
Single Gourmet Group regularly holds two to three
weekly gatherings at fine- dinin g restaurants in
Broward and Palm Beach counties for dinn er and
conversation. Call 954-7269608 or 5614761896 for
locations, dates, and cost
Sunset Celebration: The weekly event features 65
artists displaying their wares along the sea wall at
Sailfish Marina as strolling musicians entertain, plus
food concessions arid viewing at the “Feed the Fish”
seawall aquarium. Free. 69 pm. Sailfish Marina and
Resort 98 Lake Dr, Palm Beach Shores,
.8004464577.
Symphony of the Stars: More than a dozen favorite
movie themes play while laser lights dance around
the planetarium dome during daily shows. $4-$6.5Q._
3 pm. South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher
Trl N, West Palm Beach, 561632-1988, ext 0Í ~
Trivia Night: Gift certificates for the store are awarded
to the first-, second-, and third-place contestants in
the general trivia competition held every Thu. Free. I
'7:30 pm. Borders, 12171W Sunrise Blvd, Plantation,
954-7269595.
Friday, October 15
Drumming and Healing: Native American drumming
circle meets every Fri. Free. 8 pm. Palm Beach
Center For living, 321 Northlake Blvd, North Palm
Beach, 5616456441.
Evening on the Avenues: Arts and crafts, classic cars,
food vendors, and live music are featured at the
outdoor festival held the first and third Fri of every
month. Free. 610 pm. Along newly renovated Lake
and Lucerne avenues, downtown Lake Worth,
561-5366550.
Haunted Skies: The slightly spooky planetarium
show, which runs Fri-Sun through Oct 31,
compares stellar phenomena to classic movie
monsters. $5. 7 pm. Buehler Planetarium, Broward
Community College Central Campus, 3501
SW Davie Rd, Davie, 9544756680.
Haygar's House of Horrors: See Thu.
Horror With the Lights On: A different classic horror
film is shown every Fri in Oct Free. 4 pm. Borders,
9887 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 5616865854.
Judaic Arts and Crafts Exhibition: See Thu.
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 Dreher Trl N, West Palm Beach,
561632-1988, ext 0.
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, 561632-1988, ext 0. i§
Stars Times Three Wine Tasting and Dinner: The South -
Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Wine
and Food sponsors the event $60-$70. 6:30 pm.
Radisson Bridge Hotel, 999 Camino Real, Boca
Raton, 954437-3865.
Street Beat The street festival features painters
working on pieces, winetastings, and live music on
the first and third Fri of every month. Free. 7-11 pm.
Throughout downtown Hollywood; call 954-921-3016
Symphony of the Stars: See Thu.
Terror at the Track: Two haunted houses, a
mausoleum, and a graveyard comprise 20,006
square feet of scary adventure every Fri-Sun in
Oct $12. 6:30 pm-12:30 am. Hollywood Greyhound
Track, 831N Federal Hwy, Hallandale Beach,
954454-9406.
Winetasting: Held every week in the specialty
department on Fri-Sat Free. 4-7 pm. Bread of Life
Whole Foods Market, 3565 NE 207th St, Aventura,
306933-1543.
Saturday, October 16
Ballroom Dancing: See Thu.
Boca Raton Mini Groen Market The market features
fresh local produce, plants, prepared foods, and arts t
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 Real, Boca Raton, r v
561-393-7806, ext 2.
A Clip For the Cure: Regis Hairstylists set up shop on
the first level of the mall near Rinaldi Shoes and
give haircuts, the proceeds from which benefit the
Regis Foundation For Breast Cancer Research.
$1Q, 11 am-4 pm. Fashion Mall at Plantation, 321
|N University Dr, Plantation, 954-3761884.
Family Hayride and Campfire: The campfire and
Optional hayride ($2) are held at the park’s west boat
ramp, and concessions will be available for purchase.
Free. 7-9 pm. Markham Park, 16001W State Rd 84, .
Sunrise,954-3862000,
First Annual Delray Beach Garlic Festival: Today-Sun top
professional and amateur chefs prepare recipes that
include garlic, plus garlic ice cream and
entertainment Free admission. 11 am-9 pm. Old
School Square, 51 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach,
5614569353.
Fruit Tree and Plant Sale: The Rare Fruit Council
sponsors the event at which books, fertilizer,
vegetables, fruit herbs, and jellies will also be for
sale. Free admission. 10 am-3 pm. Dreher Park,
main pavilion, 1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach,
561-791-2837 or 5616336506.
Haunted Skies: 3 and 7 pm. See Fri.
Haygar's House of Horrors: 6:30 pm-midnight See Thu.
Jacaranda Square Spina Bifida Fundraiser: The event,
held to raise money for research into the spine and
nervous system disease, features a silent auction, a
classic car show, a sidewalk sale, raffles, and music
by Crease. Free admission. 10 am-6 pm. Jacaranda
Square, northwest corner of Pine Island Road and
Sunrise Boulevard, Plantation, 954-9234343.
Laser Concerts: Alternative rock featuring
“Laserpalooza” (7:30 and 10 pm) and “Laser Buzz”
(9 and 11:30 pm). See Fri.
Laser Country. See Fri.
Mostly Singles Saturday Right Party: The singles group
hosts the event which features $2 drinks, CD
giveaways, and music for singles in their 20s40s.
Free. 9:30 pm. Docks Boca Raton, Boca Center,
Military Trail between Palmetto and Glades roads,
Boca Raton, 954-537-3101.
1999 Florida Atlantic University Chess-FoMIHICEF
Tournament Spectators are welcome at the event
which features 32 players and benefits the United
Nations International Children’s Fund; lunch is
provided for players and spectators. Free
admission; $10 per player registration. 10 am4 pm.
FAU Uve Oak Pavilion, 777 Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-297-3737.
RED MEAT
I took my lady out to one'a them so-called
“all-you-can-eat” buffet deals for supper last
night...but now I’m onto their little scam.
the watery whey of whimsy
from the secret files of
Max cannon
After you empty it three or four times, they
stop fillin’ up the thousand island bucket.
Ninth Annual Fall Classic Singles Dance Party: Faces
Singles hosts the party featuring a buffet and DJ
music for dancing. $10.8:30 pm. Polo Lounge,
Ramada Plaza Resort, 4060 Galt Ocean Dr, Fort
Lauderdale, 3069324192.
Sawgrass “Big Bird’ Model Airplane Show: The event
today-Sun, held to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs
of Broward County, features full-scale airplane
aerobatics demonstrations. $3 parking donation.
Flying Field off Loxahatchee Road between
Hillsboro Boulevard and Marina Boulevard, Palm
Beach Count, 954-741-3279 or 561-3669861.
Sushi Demonstration: Sushi chef Steve Huang slices
fish every Sat Free. 65 pm. Bread of Life Whole
Foods Market, 3565 NE 207th St, Aventura,
3069361543.
Symphony of the Stars: See Thu.
Terror at the Trade See Fri.
Winetasting: See Fri.
Sunday, October 17
“The Circle* Community Drum Circle: Drummers gather
every Sun to pound out the beat Free. 36 pm. Quiet
Waters Park, 6601N Powerline Rd, Deerfield Beach,
954-5666161.
Clematis 500 ArtWdk: Weekly Sun event features art
displays by local artists along the 500 block of
Clematis Street Free. 26 pm. Clematis Street,
downtown West Palm Beach, 5616368601.
First Annual Delray Beach Garlic Festival: 11 am6 pm.
-See Sat
Haunted Skies: 3 pm. See Fri.
Haygar's House of Horrors: See Thu.
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 the Stars: See Thu.
Terror at the Track: See Fri.
Monday, October 18
Annual International CuUnary Exposition and Winetasting:
Cuisine from chefs representing 14 top area
restaurants is served, wine is tasted, silent auctions
are held, and martinis and cigars are sold to raise
funds for the Chef and Child Foundation to help
hungry children. $25-$30.5:30 pm. Sheraton Fort
Lauderdale Airport Ballroom, 1825 Griffin Rd, Dania
Beach, 954-989-2500. See “Night & Day.”
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, 9544626222.
Coco Dawn and Friends Model Search: Every Mon
evening, ladies dine free (restrictions apply) during
the fashion show and other special themed events,
proceeds from which benefit various local charity
organizations; and during the season, Monday Night
Football is shown. Free admission. 7:45 pm. Galleria
GWanni, 625 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-249-9346.
Craft Right The open craft-making session is held
every Mon night, and participants are invited to
bring fiber-art or bead works in progress, plus a
finished project they want to show oft Free. 69 pm.
Dolphin Crafts, 3641S Federal Hwy, Boca Raton,
561-7376808.
Judaic Arts and Crafts Exhibition: See Thu.
Kitty: Return to Auschwitz: Producer and director Peter
Morley introduces a screening of his award-winning
documentary about a woman who returns 34 years
later to the concentration camp where she spent two
years during World War II. Free. 7 pm. Lifelong
Learning Center, Florida Atlantic University, 777
Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-297-2979.
Symphony of the Stars: See Thu.
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.
Tuesday, October 19
City of Tamarac City Tour: Residents “tour” the city
without ever leaving their seats as city staff briefs
residents about the more than $30 million in public
works projects underway or planned for the city.
Free. 10:30 am. Tamarac City Hall, 7525 NW 88th
Ave, Tamarac, 954-724-1232.
Judaic Arts and Crafts Exhibition: See Thu.
Open-Mic Night: All musicians, comics, and other
entertainers are invited to show their stuff every
Tue. Call for price. 10 pm. Sneakers Sports Grill, 112
S 20th Ave, Hollywood, 954-9256440.
Swing Tuesdays: Upscale professionals in their
twenties to forties meet every Tue to mingle and
take swing dance, salsa, and disco lessons from
24 October 14-20,1999 New Times Broward-Palm Beach


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professional instructors and enjoy hors d’oeuvres
and drinks. $10.8-11 pm. Sangria’s oh Las Olas, 609
E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-728-9282.
Symphony of the Stan: See Thu.
Taste of tile Tropics: More than 50 varieties of tropical
fruit are on display during the event, which also
features tastings, tours of the botanical gardens,
lectures, and demonstrations. Free. 9:30-11:30 am.
Mounts Botanical Gardens, 531N Military Trl, West
Palm Beach, 561-233-1759.
Wednesday, October 20
Ballroom Dancing: See Thu.
Beading Circle: Explore the fun of beading by bringing
current projects to work on and learning new
techniques. Free. 6-9 pm. Crystal Creations, 4058
Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach, 561-649-9909.
Best Cellar Winetasting: Specialty wine shop hosts the
event every Wed and this week Neil Strachan
discusses the featured South African Vineyards
wines; includes a champagne reception and hors
d’oeuvres. $10.7:30 pm. The Best Cellar, 2424-A
Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors, 954-630-8020.
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, 561-395-6766.
Health Fair: A wild animal-safari theme is the backdrop
for the 12th annual fair, which features more than 50
educational booths on traditional and alternative
medicine. Free. Florida Atlantic University,
breezeway, 777 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-297-3615.
Judaic Arts and Crafts Exhibition: See Thu.
Symphony of the Stan: See Thu.
Sports & Recreation
Friday, October 15
Korshen State Park Campout Members and guests of
the Outdoor Adventures Klub make a trip to the park
on the west coast of Florida to canoe the Estero River
and camp out Fri-Sun (Fri optional). $50-$60. Call
954-733-7772.
Saturday October 16
Bird Watching: The Audubon Society of the Everglades
leads the foray to John D. MacArthur State Park
(State Road A1A at north end of Singer Island), on
which beginners are welcome. Free. 7:30 am. Meet at
Phil Foster Park, east side of Blue Heron Bridge,
Singer Island, 561-585-7714 or 561-689-1019.
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Field-Trip Series: Today the
center kicks off a six-week series of trips to other
nature centers and preserves in Broward and Palm
Beach counties; preregister. $30.9-11 am. Call
561-338-1473.
Korshen State Park Campout See Fri.
Sunday, October 17
Korshen State Park Campout See Fri.
Tidal Lines: A Literary Boat Tour. A poet reads works by
Florida authors while participants relax in boats gliding
through the mangroves. $8.1:45 pm Anne Kolb Nature
Center, 751 Sheridan St, Hollywood, 954-926-2480.
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caused these problems. Be sure to tall your doctor if you heve taroophiia types A and 8, c
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26 October 14-20,1999 New Times Broward*Palm Beach
Monday, October 18
Miami Heat South Florida’s National Basketball
Association club takes on the Atlanta Hawks in a
preseason matchup. $10.7:30 pm. Miami Arena, 701
Arena Blvd, Miami, 305-530-4400.
Wednesday, October 20
Wakodahatchee Wetlands Guided Walk: A leisurely tour
along the three-quarter-mile boardwalk;
reservations. Free. 4 pm. Jog Road one mile north of
Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, 561-641-3429.
Ongoing
Aprés Plongée Dive Club; The group meets on the
second Tue of every month. Free. 7:30 pm.
Lighthouse Point Dive Center, 2507 N Ocean Blvd,
Pompano Beach, 954-943-7151.
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, 305-937-4463.
Brian Piccolo Skate Paric The 35,000-square-foot
facility dedicated to skateboarders and in-line skaters
features grind boxes, spine ramps, a half-pipe, ramps,
railings, stairs, bridges, and angled walls and is
lighted for night use; six-month membership passes
are now on sale for $25. $3 per session (members),
$7 nonmembers. Hours vary. Brian Piccolo Park,
9501 Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954-357-2626.
Catamaran Cruises: Take a two-hour cruise of the
Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean in a
53-foot, double-hulled sailboat $30. Schedule varies.
Cove Marina, southwest corner of Hillsboro
Boulevard and the Intracoastal Waterway, Deerfield
Beach, 561-368-3566.
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, 954474-5040.
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, 1321NW 33rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-791-1035.
Cross-Training Beach Workout The Body Squad fitness
club meets every Sat for a morning workout lead by
fitness expert Kim Pace followed by breakfast Free
(fee for breakfast). 9 am. Elbo Room, Las Olas and
Fort Lauderdale Beach boulevards, Fort Lauderdale,
954563-6774.
Dania JaLAlai: 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,
301E Dania Beach Blvd, Dania Beach, 954920-1511.
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, 954791-1025.
Environmental Boat Tours: Anne Kolb Nature Center
offers eco-friendly boat tours through a mangrove
tidal estuary 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, 954926-2480.
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,
954389-2000; Mon, Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th
Ave, Davie, 954370-3750; and Wed, Brian Piccolo
Park, 9501Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954437-2600.
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, 9544340499.
Gay Skate Night Held every Tue. $4.8 pm-midnight
Gold Coast Roller Rink, 2604 S Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954523-6783.
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,
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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, A-4, 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
Pines, 954484-6495.
Kardio Kickbox Aerobics: The sport of kickboxing is
done 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 (Has Canoe Club: Group meets for recreational and
competitive Hawaiian-style canoeing every Sat Free.
9 am. Fort Lauderdale Beach across from Oasis
Cafe, 600 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, 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, 9141NW 2nd St, Plantation, 954452-2525.
Men's Softball: A pickup 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.
Monday Right Raw: Male and female amateur boxers
step out of the crowd to battle each other, plus “girl
tag-team” bouts and a “ring-girl” contest for $500 in
prize money. $5 (age 21 and older) or $10 (ages 18-
20). 10 pm. Adantis Entertainment Complex
nightclub, 219 Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-779-2544.
Hature Hikes: Hikes through Tree Tops Parkior
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, 954437-2661.
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, 16001W State Rd 84,
Sunrise, 954-981-7120.
Scuba Lessons: A 30-minute introductory class in the
pool is offered every Sat (10 am-noon) and Wed
(3-5 pm). Free. Locations vary. Call 954-5614499.
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,
954437-2600.
Skats 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
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 954452-2525.
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,
954437-2650.
Strollerobics: Parents, you 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 am Call
305-782-3481.
Sunday-Morning Pickup 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. $T0-$20.9 am. Sunrise
Athletic Club Gymnasium, 10610 W Oakland Park
Blvd, Sunrise, 954-7474661.
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 Park, 751 Sheridan St, Hollywood,
954-926-2410.
Weekly Cruises: Record, a charming, 1914 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, south 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 Museum — which features 85
species of plants, 32 species of birds, and numerous
animal species— during 25-minute guided walks
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Noon, 2, and 4 pm. IGFA, 300 Gulf Stream Way,
Dania Beach, 954-9224212.
Readings & Lectures
Thursday, October 14
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.
Getting Published: Author Susan Grace discusses the
ups and downs of the process and signs her new
romance novel Golden Fire. Free. 7:30 pm.
Borders, 525 N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach,
561-734-2021.
HIV-Negative Gay Men's Support Group: Anonymous
membership group meets every Thu to discuss
staying HIV-negative, safe sex in the real world, and
relationships with HIV-positive individuals. Free. Call
954-5374111, ext 142.
Mangrove Gath: Monthly “literary coffeehouse”
convenes, featuring an author appearance, lectures,
art, coffee, snacks, and live music. Free admission.
6:30 pm. Anne Kolb Nature Center, 751 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, 954-926-2480.
Pagan Discussion Group: Members and everyone else
interested in learning about being pagan meet every
Thu. Free. 7 pm. Unitarian Universalist Church of
Fort Lauderdale, 3970 NW 21st Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954484-6734.
The Pink Flamingo Murders: Hollywood author Elaine
Viets discusses her new mystery novel about a series
of murders being checked out by St. Louis City
Gazette columnist Francesca Vierling. Free. 7:30 pm.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2790 University Dr,
Coral Springs, 954-344-6291.
Quartetto Poética: A reading by South Florida poets
Ricardo. Pau-Uosa, Eileen Elliot, Ginger Lines, and
Richard Ryal. Free. 7:30 pm. Nova Southeastern
University, Rosenthal Student Center, Flight Deck,
3301 College Ave, Davie, 954-262-3060 or 561-2784072.
United Singlet Talk: Humorous and engaging rap
session every Thu for singlés ages 30-55. $6.8 pm.
Mercede Executive Park, 1812A N University Dr,
Plantation, 954-742-2113.
Friday, October 15
African-American Book Talk: Alice Walker’s The
Temple of My Familiar is discussed. Free. 7 pm.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 591S University Dr,
Plantation, 954-723-0489.
6uided 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.
Tarot Reading: Enjoy relaxing aromatherapy,
cappuccino, and a reading in a private area every Fri
and Sun. $20. After 7:30 pm. Chocolate Moose
Coffeehouse, 9118 State Rd 84, Davie, 954474-5040.
Saturday, October 16
Emerging Viruses and Auto-Immune Diseases: Dr. Len
Horowitz, author of Emerging Viruses — AIDS
& Ebola gives the lecture; reservations. Call for
price. 7 pm. Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport,
1825 Griffin Rd, Dania Beach, 954432-5433 or
561-731-0041.
Stay Negative Information Series: During a half-hour
lecture and half-hour of discussion every Sat, the
series on staying free of HIV will cover topics
including: positive-negative discordance within
couples, the history of HIV in the United States,
exercise and immunology, and “playing it safe” sex
acts. Free. 6 pm. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and
Transgender Community Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, 1164 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-2364510.
Sunday, October 17
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.
Poets of the Palm Beaches Primary Monthly Reading:
Members of the public are invited to read their
original works during the event, which features a
contest with cash prizes on the third Sun of every
month. $2-$3.2 pm. The American Polish Club, 4725
Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, 5614394044.
Tarot Reading: After 4:30 pm. See Fri.
Three Tall Women: Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-
winning play about his adopted mother is read and
discussed in the first installment of the play-
reading series “Joys and Sorrows.” $5. 5 pm.
Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St, Delray
Beach, 561-272-1281.
Monday, October 18
Meditation Group: Participate in guided meditation in
an effort to find inner peace. $5.10:30 am. Earth’s
Aura, 5385 Stirling Rd, Davie, 954-321-3477.
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.
Paranormal Studies Group: The group meets every
Mon to discuss ghosts, magic, UFOs, and other
supernatural and unexplained phenomena. Free.
7:30 pm. Unitarian Fellowship of Hollywood, 1812
"Roosevelt St, Hollywood, 954-925-1917.
Vital Herbs From the Amazon Rainforest: Nedra Hiday
discusses their uses. Free. 7 pm. Wild Oats
Community Market, 2200 W Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-392-5100.
Tuesday, October 19
Are You Psychic?: Suzanne Arnaud gives a talk on the
subject today and Wed. Free. 7 pm. Wild Oats
Community Market, 2200 W Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-392-5100.
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.
Inheriting the Holocaust The Second Generation Witness:
Professor Michal Gorvin speaks on the subject
Free. 7:30 pm. Florida Atlantic University, General
Classroom South Bldg, Rm 119,777 Glades Rd, Boca
Raton, 561-297-2979.
Metaphysical Discussion Group: Group gathers for its
regular meeting every other Tue; preregister. $10.
7:30 pm. Earth’s Aura, 5385 Stirling Rd, Davie,
954-321-3477.
Plantation Toastmasters: Group meets every Tue to
master public speaking and communications skills.
Free. 7-9 pm. Plantation Central Park Multipurpose
Bldg, 9141 NW 2nd St Plantation, 954424-1824.
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.
Poets of the Palm Beaches: The group gathers in
Boynton Beach to share and critique works during a
regular workshop. Free. Borders, 525 N Congress
Ave, Boynton Beach, 561-588-9829.
Sex, Lies, and Compatibility For Singles: Just For Fun
Jewish Singles hosts the lecture, at which
refreshments will be served. $5.7 pm. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, 5850 Pine Island
Rd, Davie, 954434-0499.
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.
Spirituality Book Club: Jason Fairbanks facilitates the
group, which meets oh the third Tue of every
month. Free. 7 pm. Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 333
N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, 954-927-3068.
Wednesday, October 20
Are Thu Psychic?: Wild Oats Community Market,
2501E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-566-9333.
See Tue.
A Course in Miracles Study-Discussion Group: Members
gather every Wed. Call for price. 7:30 pm. Self-
Discovery Yoga and Meditation Center, 9 SE 5th
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-272-3733.
Mario Cuomo: The former governor of New York
speaks at the first in a series of Nova Southeastern
University Breakfast Forums. $50.7:30 am. Sheraton
Fort Lauderdale Airport Ballroom, 1825 Griffin Rd,
Dania Beach, 954-262-5352.
Fort Lauderdale Bi Social and Support Meetings: Find
out about other bisexuals and yourself at the
group’s regular meetings, which are held on the
first and third Wed of every month. $2. 7:30 pm.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender
Community Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
1164 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-563-9500.
Open Book Group: Rather than discuss a single book,
group members meet to swap their favorite books
with one another. Free. 7 pm. Archives Book Cafe,
Gateway Shopping Center, 1948 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954463-3876.
Poets of the Palm Beaches: Group holds its monthly
reading in West Palm Beach. Free. 2 pm. Books-A-
Million, 2471 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach,
561471-0095.
Single Parent Connection: Single moms and dads meet
to share experiences and concerns on the first and
third Wed of every month. $2-$4.7:30 pm. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, 5850 Pine Island
Rd, Davie, 9544340499.-
UFO Lecture: Sponsored by the Florida UFO Film and
Book Society, the talk addresses a supposed increase
in UFO sightings, declassified documentation
about UFOs, and information on UFO research.
Free. 4 and 7:30 pm. Books-A-Million, 2471
Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Bedfch, 561-615-6917.
West Boca 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.
Classes
Thursday, October 14
African Drumming With Hdakhte: Learn technique and
accompaniment on African hand drums every Thu.
$15 ($50 per month). 7 pm. 821 NE 60th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954771-3666.
Anger Management: The group meets every Thu, and
each session features instruction in stress-
reduction and anger management techniques. $35.
7-8:30 pm. 934 N University Dr, Ste 228, Coral
Springs, 9547845937.
Grafts Classes: A variety of beading, fiber-arts and
fused-glass classes are taught today-Sat and Mon-
Tue on an ongoing basis by artist Lynn Smythe. $25-
$75.9 am-5 pm. Dolphin Crafts, 3641S Federal Hwy,
Boca Raton, 561-737-0808.
Flamenco: Damaris Ferrer, founder of the Bailes
Ferrer Inc. dance company, teaches the Spanish
dance style every Thu and Mon. $10.6:30-8 pm.
University Center For the Performing Arts, 2240
SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954475-3000.
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 Tbga and Meditation: Certified instructor
Glenn Reiner teaches the course every Thu; bring
mat or towel to sit on. $10. Dagger Wing Nature
Center, South County Regional Park, one-half mile
west of State Road 7 off Yamato Road, Boca Raton,
561488-9953.
HipHop/Jazz Fusion Danes: 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, 954475-3000.
Holiday Cooking: Cáfe Maxx chef Oliver Saucy, Fast
City Grill chef Gianni Respinto, and pastry chef
Lauren Parrish offer tips and time-tested recipes to
help students get ready for the holidays, and the
class includes wine and lunch; reservations. $40.
11:30 am. East City Grill, 505 N Fort Lauderdale
Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954782-0606.
Invasive Exotic Plant Workshop: Learn to recognize the
non-native plants that push out local species and how
to remove them. $5 (includes coffee, doughnuts, and
lunch). 8 am-2:30 pm. Secret Woods Nature Center,
2701W State Rd 84, Fort Lauderdale, 954566-7823.
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), 8:30 pm (intermediate), and 9:30 pm
(advanced). David Posnack Jewish Community
Center, 5850 Pine Island Rd, Davie, 954434-0499.
Martial Arts: American Combat Karate — a
combination of karate, kung fu, 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 Beach, 954455-1005.
HoveHllriting For Lesbians and Gays: Lesbian author and
former college instructor Karen Dale Wolman
teaches the eight-week series, which meets on
consecutive Thursdays. $95.7-9 pm. The Pride
Factory, 400 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale,
954776-6388 or 9544686600.
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, 9545234824.
Puppy Kindergarten Class: Puppies ages ten weeks to
five months and their owners participate in an eight-
week course with ongoing registration during which
the dogs learn socialization and behavior skills and
their humans learn proper puppy care. $75 (eight
weeks). 4 and 6:30 pm. Brian Piccolo Park, 9501
Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954437-2600.
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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, 954-7464444.
Friday, October 15
Acting Classes For Teenagers: Gilda Pianelli teaches
teens the ropes Fri-Sat and Tue-Wed. Call for price.
5-6 pm. University Center For the Performing Arts,
2240 SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954475-3QP0.
Capoeira : Learn the Brazilian martial arts-and-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.
Crafts Classes: See Thu.
Kundaiini Ybga and Meditation: Each session of the
class, which meets every Fri and Mon, features
stretching, postures, meditation, and deep
relaxation. $11.9:30-11 am. Lifeworks Enrichment
Center of Boca Raton, 3200 N Federal Hwy, Boca
Raton, 561-391-9280.
Morning Jazz Dance Class: The eye-opening course is
taught every 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, 954-7484)604.
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, October 16
Acting Classes For Teenagers: 2-3 pm.
Ashtanga Ybga: 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.
Boating Safety: A new one-day course is offered by
the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 32. $40.
8:30 am4:30 pm. 601 Seabreeze Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954463-0034.
Concealed Firearms License Course: Earn your
concealed-gun permit every Sat and Wed. $30. .
7pm. IPS 911 Store, 2231 Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-922-0301.
Crafts Classes: 10 am-3pm. See Thu.
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.
Journaling to the Artist Within: Participants in the
workshop use the popular book The Artist’s Way to
explore their creative nature by writing journal
entries. $40-$45.10 am-1 pm. Bienes Center For the
Literary Arts, Broward County Main library, 100
S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-357-7401.
Monitored Life Drawing: During the six-week session
with ongoing registration, a model is provided for
art students to draw or paint $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.
Primitive Naturescape Painting: Artist Julie Silk
Beaumont teaches students how to create scenes
with acrylic paints. $l-$3. Loxahatchee Preserve
Nature Center, Northlake Boulevard one mile west
of Beeline Highway, West Palm Beach, 954-627-8831.
Reiki Workshop: The weekend workshop today-Sun is
an introduction to the use of “universal life force
energy” for healing. $150.10-am-6 pm. Lifeworks
Enrichment Center of Boca Raton, 3200 N Federal
Hwy, Boca Raton, 561-391-9280.
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, 954-9380619.
Sunday, October 17
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.
Reiki Ylbrkshop: See Sat
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 Fit
Sushi-Making at Home: Learn to create sushi the way
you like it at home for less than it costs in a sushi
bar. $45.6-9 pm. Palm Beach School of Cooking,
25 NE 2nd Ave, Ste 112, Delray Beach, 561-2794707.
Monday, October 18
Adult Method Acting: Gilda Pianelli teaches students
interested in theater and film; and classes for
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beginning students are held every Mon and those
for advanced students every Wed; registration is
ongoing. $110 per eight-week session. 8 pm.
University Center For the Performing Arts, 2240
SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954-475-3000.
Ashtanga Yaga: 6 pm. See Sat
Beginner/lntemwdiata 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, 954-761-5383.
Capoeira: 8:30 pm. See Fri.
Crafts Classes: 11 am-9 pm. See Thu.
Creative Scrapbook: The new class meets on the third
Mon of every month, and the first installment
features instruction on dipping roses in sealing wax
to preserve them. $10.7-10 pm. Brian Piccolo Park,"
9501 Sheridan St Cooper City, 954-437-2600.
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 materials fee.
9:30-11 am. Young at Art Children’s Museum, 11584
State Rd 84, Davie, 954424-0085.
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.
Kundalini Viga and Meditation: 7-8:30 pm. See Fri.
Lifelong Learning Lecture Series: There is no
homework or exams in the selection of Florida
Atlantic University courses that begin today and run
through Nov 24, including classes on opera, art,
Israeli history, and aging. $28-$35 per course. Call for
times. Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201
SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-3514107.
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,
954468-1506.
Pottery: Wheel-throwing classes are available every
Mon-Thu, and hand-building and figurative classes
are held every Mon. $130 per six-week session.
Times vary. Pug Dog Pottery, 134 NE 1st Av£
Hallandale Beach, 954455-3099.
Quick, Lowfat Entrees: Learn to add variety to low-fat
fere. $45. 6-9 pm. Palm Beach School of Cooking,
25 NE 2nd Ave, Ste 112, Delray Beach, 561-2794707.
Sea Turtle Tappers Line Dance: 6:30 pm. PG. Doogie’s
Nightclub and Restaurant, 1025 E Hillsboro Blvd,
Deerfield Beach, 954428-6438. See Fri.
Sex Ed: Sexual Energy - Too Much or Too LittleP: The
women’s continuing-education class, which meets
every Mon, explores lifestyle versus life experience
when it comes to sex. $2.8 pm. Boca Raton Women’s
Learning Center, 7400 San Casa PI, Boca Raton,
888463-1690, ext 23.
Sunrise Vbga: Every Mon and Wed through Dec 15
students gather on the beach for an early-morning
session of traditional Hatha yoga stretching and
postures; bring mat or towel. $10.7:30 am. Deerfield
Beach, public shelter north of pier, along A1A,
Deerfield Beach, 800-795-0992.
Tai Chi Vitality: Tai Chi and Qi Gong, two martial arts
styles, are taught every Mon by Lewis Paleias, who
also gives instruction in self-massage. $10.6:30 pm.
Anne Kolb Nature Center, 751 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, 954-921-3274.
Tarot Class: Learn how to divine the future with the
deck of picture cards in this ongoing Mon class. $20.
7 pm. Cosmic Salamander, 5631NW 77th Ct,
Coconut Creek, 954698-6926.
Vbga For Balance: The class promotes balance among
mind, body, and emotions. $8 ($40 for six classes).
5:15 pm. Touch Research Institute, Nova
Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave, Davie,
954262-6919.
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Acting Classes For Teenagers: 4:30-5:30 pm. See Fri.
American and Latin Ballroom Dance: Both styles are
taught every Tue, along with disco and swing, by
instructor Simon Prilutsky. $25-$35.7-8 pm. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center; 5850 Pine Island
Rd, Davie, 954434Ó499.
Anger Management Workshop: In the Tue.seminar,
individuals learn how to manage anger and handle
situations with angry people. $30-$40.8:30 pm. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, 5850 Pine Island
Rd, Davie, 9544340499.
Ashtanga Vbga: 6:30 pm. See Sat
Belly Dance: Explore the ancient mysteries of this
exotic dance with Maja, an instructor from Egypt,
who teaches all levels of students in the sword, zills,
veU, goddess, tribal Gypsy, and Middle Eastern
styles every Tue. $6. ArtServe, 1350 E Sunrise Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954929-7155.
Crafts Classes; See Thu.
Easy Appetizers: Gear up for holiday entertaining with
this cooking class. $45.6-9 pm. Palm Beach School of
Cooking, 25 NE 2nd Ave, Ste 112, Delray Beach,
561-2794707.
Fitness For Mom: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat
Meditation Class: Ongoing class meets every Tue. Call
for price. 7:30 pm. Self Discovery Yoga and
Meditation Center, 9 SE 5th Ave, Delray Beach,
561-272-3733.
Middle Eastern Belly Dance: Every Tue, Sharon Lynn
teaches isolation exercises and choreography that
will help you get in touch with all aspects of your
body and improve flexibility, balance, and
coordination. $7.6:30 pm. 4 SE 9th Ave, Deerfield
Beach, 954571-6762.
Morning Jazz Dance Class: See Fri.
Pregnarise: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat '
Real Estate Investment The Florida Real Estate
Investors’ Association meets on the third Tue of
every month for instruction on a different aspect of
investing, and this week the topic is “flipping”
properties. $5 (members), $20 (nonmembers).
7:15 pm. Holiday Inn, 1-95 and Belvedere Blvd, West
Palm Beach, 561-276-8700.
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, 9544343724.
Salsa Dance Classes: See Thu.
Smart Parenting 101: The three-part interactive
workshop — which meets today, Oct 26, and Nov 2
— is taught by Dr. Melanie Bazarte, author of
Parenting 101: Because Kids Don’t Come With
Instructions. $60 ($80 per couple) in advance; $70
($85) at the door. 7:15-9:30 pm. West Boca Medical
Center, Birthcare Pavilion classroom, 21644 State
Rd 7, Boca Raton, 561-272-5622.
Smash Dance: Stomp -style dance and percussion
taught in class by Ken Benjamin. $10.6:30 pm.
University Center For the Performing Arts, 2240
SW 70th Ave, Davie, 9544753000.
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,
954561-3262.
Tae Kwon Do: An instructional session in the martial
art is conducted for ages 512 (6 pm) and age 13 and
older (7 pm) every Tue. $20 per month. Bass Park
DeGraffenreidt Center, 2750 NW 19th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954739-8498.
Travel Writing: The workshop meets every Tue
through Nov 16: $60-$65.6:45-8:45 pm. Imperial
Point Branch library, 5985 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954357-7401.
Wednesday, October 20
Acting Classes For Teenagers: 4:30-5:30 pm. See Fri.
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 Ave, Davie, 9544753000.
Adult Jazz Dance Class: The weekly Wed class is for
dancers with varying levels of experience and meets
for six consecutive weeks; ongoing registration. $60.
7:30 pm. That’s Dancing, 6169 Jog Rd, A-13, Lake
Worth, 561-642-9677.
Adult Method Acting: See Mon.
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. Hagen Park, 509 NE 22nd
Dr, Wilton Manors, 954390-2130.'
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, 954967-6550.
Ceramics: The seven-week class for adults is offered
every Wed, and registration is ongoing. $90-$105;
$15for materials. 9:30-11 am. Young at Art Children’s
Museum, 11584 State Rd 84, Davie, 954424-0085.
Concealed Firearms License Course: See Sat
Dancercize Class: The class includes a program bf
light workouts set to music to limber and strengthen
the body. Free. 7:15 pm. Pompano Park, 4001 Bailey
Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 9549653835.
Fitness For Mom: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat.
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Mostly Singles Cooking Classes: Chef Jean-Kerre’s
Cooking School offers a class on appetizers, and the
class price includes instruction, demonstration, and
food and winetastings. $45. Left Bank Restaurant,
214 SE 6th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-8861.
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,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-561-3262.
Pregnacise: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat
Sunrise Sega: See Mon.
What's For Dinner: Chefs Mel and Jena present the
cooking class featuring Indian recipes. Free. 7.pm
Bread of Life Whole Foods Market, 7720 Peters Rd,
Plantation, 954-236-0600.
Ytoga on the Beach: Unwind during this yoga class
held in a picturesque outdoor setting; bring mat or
towel. $8 ($40 for six classes). 6 pm. Carolina
Street and Hollywood Beach Broadwalk,
Hollywood, 954-929-3099.
Thursday, October 14
Chinese Kenpo Karate: Classes for kids age 5 and older â– 
are offered in the martial art every Thu and Tue at
two area parks. $5.4:30 pm Hagen Park, 509 NE 22nd
Dr, Wilton Manors, 954-390-2130; and Pompano
Park, 4001 Bailey Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-968-3835.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: Daily event for kids ages 5-14 at
various area hotels includes snorkeling lessons in
the pool, T-shirt tie-dyeing, sea life class, ocean
ecology class, games, art projects, snorkeling in the
ocean, treasure dive, and lunch. $45.10 am-3 pm For
locations and to register, call 954-561-4499.
Middle School Beaeh Bash: Kids in grades 6-8 enjoy a
party featuring DJ music, dancing, volleyball, and
snacks. $4 (food additional). 7-10 pm. Topeekeegee
Yugnee Park, 3300 N Park Rd, Hollywood,
954-985-1980.
Mission of the Mow Submarine: Show by the
Dreammaker Puppeteers is a marionette undersea
adventure featuring King Neptune, Mermaid,
Merman, and a calypso beachcomber; reservations-
are required to attend performances, which take
place Thu-Fri through Oct 29 and this week on Sat
$3.50.10:30 am. Puppetry Arts Center of the Palm
Beaches, 3633-A S Federal Hwy, Boynton Beach,.
561-737-3334.
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, October 15
Children's Beginning Acting Classes: Renowned acting
coach Gilda Pianelli teaches kids how to emote on
stage Fri and Mon. Call for price. 4 pm University
Center For the Performing Arts, 2240 SW 70th Ave,
Davie, 954475-3000.
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.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: See Thu.
Mission of the Mow Submarine: See Thu.
PJ Party: Weekly Fri event for kids ages 3-7 features
professional storytellers, coloring activities, and milk
and cookies. Free. 7 pm Borders, 12171W Sunrise
Blvd, Plantation, 954-723-9595.
The PJs Together Club: Children ages 3-6, along with
their parent or guardian, experience the written
word when teacher and therapist Danielle Tanaka
reads bedtime stories. Free. 8 pm. Barnes & Noble
Booksellers, 4170 Oakwood Plaza, Hollywood,
954-923-1738.
Saturday, October 16
Alligator Puppet Show: Lynda Hunter presents the
show, reads animal stories, and leads sing-alongs. $3.
1:30 pm. Sandoway House Nature Center 142 Ocean'
Blvd, Delray Beach, 561-274-7263.
Computers for Kids: Children ages 3-5 learn about
computers through storytelling and crafts projects;
reservations. Free. 10 am. Wellington Branch '
Library, 1951 Royal Fern Dr, Wellington,
561-790-6070.
FotoScavenger Hunt: Kids ages 6-17, accompanied by
an adult, are invited to capture Delray Beach on film
during the fun day that includes á photo seminar, and
cost includes a disposable camera. $7i>12.10 am-
4 pm Palm Beach Photographic Centre, 55 NE 2nd
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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.
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 $8.
Noon. Cinema Cafe, 1455 SE 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-522-0274, ext 1.
Mission of the Mow Submarine: 11 am and 2 pm.
See Thu.
Nature Education Outings: Marti Yodlowsld teaches
kids ages 7-12 about bats; registration required.
$5.50.10 am. Okeeheelee Nature Center, 7715
Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach, 561-233-1400 or
561-966-6620.
Rascal Racers: Kids ages 2-6 learn about safety,
responsibility, and self-confidence—and have fun —
every Sat-Sun by driving miniature, battery-powered
cars. $5. Noon4 pm. Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th
Ave, Davie, 954-370:3750.
Rusty Rocket's Last Blast: Kids learn how rockets
work, relive great moments in space travel, tour the
solar system, and find out how big space really is in
this planetarium show starring Rusty, a seasoned
rocket commander who leads a class of rookies on
their first training mission; today-Sun through Jan 23.
$4.1:30 pm. Buehler Planetarium, Broward
Community College Central Campus, 3501 SW Davie
Rd, Davie, 954475-6680.
Sci-Art Adventures: The series of science and art
related activities and workshops for children ages
7-12 continues with a program called “A Day in the
Life of an Ant,” during which participants search the
grounds to find the industrious creatures in action
and then head back to the lab to create an
“Awesome Ant” of their own. $7.10 am-noon.
Bonnet House, 900 N Birch Rd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-563-5393.
Storytelling: Actress Theda Reale costumes herself as
Mother Goose, Dorothy from The Wizard ofOz, 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: Tlie martial art is taught to ages
4-18. $6. Times vary by age group. Brian Piccolo
Park, 9501 Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954437-2600.
Young People's College: Students ages 8-18 can check
out fun classes such as Cartoon Safari, Read With
Understanding, Creative Math, Future Fliers,
Drawing, Cool Science, Golf, and more; 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.
Ybuth Bowling: Two programs for kids, each including
three games of bowling, shoe rental, and coaching.
$7.9:30 am and 12:30 pm. Forum Lanes and
Trophies, 8500 NW 44th St, Sunrise, 954-749-1400.
Sunday, October 17 .
Beauty and the Beast: Belle and her friends discover
the importance of the beauty within as the Landis
& Company Theatre of Magic troupe retells the
classic French tale. $12.1 and 3 pm. Broward Center
For the Performing Arts, 201 SW 5th Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954462-0222.
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, 954-9724400.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: See Thu.
Kids' Matinee Show: A live children’s show, The Story
of Toys, is presented. $9.95 (includes lunch). Noon.
Bocanuts Comedy Club, 8221 Glades Rd, Boca
Raton, 561470-6887.'
OctBEARfest The cuddly stuffed toys are the focus of
the festival; activities include music and a teddy bear
contest Free. 10 am-2 pm: Tree Tops Park, 3900
SW 100th Ave, Davie, 954-370-3750.
Pillow and Pajama Yoga Night: Kids ages 3-8 enjoy
yoga, storytelling, ¿nd organic hot chocolate. Free.
7-8 pm. Bread of Life Whole Foods Market, 7720
Peters Rd, Plantation, 954-236-0600.
Rascal Racers: See Sat
Rusty Rocket's Last Blast: See Sat ’
Steel Drum Class: The weekly Sun class is for kids
ages 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
hands-on projects. $2-$5.14:30 pm. Norton
Museum of Art 1451S Olive Ave, West Palm Beach,
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Children's Beginning Acting Classes: 4:30 pm. See Fri.
Cosmic Bowling For Kids: See Sun.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: See Thu.
Hip-flop 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.
Spanish Classes: Kids age 5 and older learn to
converse en español every Mon. $25 per month. 4:30-
5:30 pm. Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th Ave, Davie,
954-370-3750.
Tuesday, October 19
Chinese Kongo Karate: See Thu.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: See Thu.
Teen Calabash African Dance: See Thu.
Tiny Tots Program: Every Tue children ages 2-5 and
their parents participate in activities including
storytelling, games, picnics, field trips, and arts
and crafts projects; registration is ongoing. Free.
10:30 am-noon. Pompano Park, 4001 Bailey Rd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-968-3855.
Wednesday, October 20
Florida Wildlife: Naturalist Donald Campbell displays
live critters for kids age 5 and older. Free. 3 pm.
North County Regional Library, 11303 Campus Dr,
Palm Beach Gardens, 561-626-6133.
Funky Fish Kids' Day: See Thu.
Hip-Hop Dance For Kids: See Mon.
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.
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Thursday, October 14
Jim Horton/Steve Byrnes: The two comics perform
their acts during separate shows today-Sat Cover
varies. 9 pm. Bocanuts Comedy Club, 8221 Glades
Rd, Boca Raton, 561470-6887.
Lily Tomlin: Known first for her characters on TV’s
Laugh-In during the '60s, Tomlin has since gone on
to win Tony Awards on Broadway and return to TV
as Kay Carter Shepley, the acerbic boss on Murphy
Brown ; tonight she performs portions of her one-
woman stage show The Search For Signs of
Intelligent Life in the Universe and some standup.
See “Night & Day.” $15-$48. Kravis Center For the
Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm
Beach, 561-833-8300.
Bob Zany: The three-time American Comedy Award
nominee performs live today-Sat Cover varies. Call
for show times. Comedy Corner, 2000 S Dixie Hwy,
West Palm Beach, 561-833-1812.
Friday, October 15
Jim Horton/Steve Byrnes: See Thu.
Bob Zany: See Thu.
Saturday, October 16
Jim Horton/Steve Byrnes: 8:30 and 10:30 pm. See Thu.
Bob Zany: See Thu,
Sunday, October 17
Def Comedy Jam: A comic from Black Entertainment
Television’s Def Comedy Jam show headlines every
week, plus an open mic for aspiring local comics. $8.
9 pm. Comedy Corner, 2000 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm
Beach, 561-833-1812.
Showcase Sunday: Local comedians step up to the mic
every Sun. $3.9 pm. Bocanuts Comedy Club, 8221
Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 5614706887.
Wednesday, October 20
Steve Solomon/Steve Byrnes: The comedians
performs shows today-Oct 23. Cover varies. 9 pm.
Bocanuts Comedy Club, 8221 Glades Rd, Boca
Raton, 5614706887.
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, Boca
Raton, 5614706887.
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 800-546-2886.
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.
Anne Kolb Hature Center: Volunteers needed as
gqides, naturalist aides, and receptionists. Call
954-926-2480.
Beach Wheelchairs: With the help of a companion,
the chairs can be pushed through the sand so that
people with physical disabilities may enjoy the
beach; the chairs, which are free to use, are
available on a first-come first-served basis at three
Broward County parks: C.B. Smith Park, 900
N Flamingo Rd, Pembroke Pines, 954437-2650;
Quiet Waters Park, 6601 N Powerline Rd, Deerfield
Beach, 954-360-1315; and Topeekeegee Yugnee
Park, 3300 N Park Rd, Hollywood, 954-985-1980.
Broward County Library: The main branch of the
library is in need of docents and tour guides. Call
954-357-7443.
Broward County Swim Central Hotline: The hotline
provides a list of swimming and child drowning-
prevention programs. Call 954-357-7946.
Broward Symphony Orchestra/Broward Choral
Society/Broward Symphonic Band/Broward Community
College Jazz Ensemble Talent Search: All four groups
of the Broward Community College Visual and
Performing Arts Department seek new members.
Schedule audition by calling 954475-6709.
Christ Church Food Preparation: Church needs
volunteer cooks for meal program. Call 954-771-7300.
City of Fort Lauderdale Police Department Volunteers:
The department seeks individuals age 18 and
older with a valid driver’s license and who can
pass a background check to serve as general
office helpers in various departments. Call
954-761-5205.
City of Wilton Manors Senior Services: Transportation
provided to medical appointments and shopping
on Thu, Fri, and Tue mornings within a five-mile
radius for city residents age 65 and older. Call
954-390-2130.
Coconut Creek Symphonic Pops Orchestra: The group
seeks string, wind, and brass players. Call
conductor Ben Goldman: 954-974-9565.
Consumer Credit Counseling Volunteers: The
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Palm
Beach County, and the Treasure Coast of Florida,
Inc., seeks volunteers to perform general office
duties and give presentations to children, young
adults, and adults as part of its Financial literacy
Program. Call 561434-2544,.ext 126 or
800-330-2227, ext 126.
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 provided by the
Center For Information and Crisis Services, Inc.
Call 561-9301234.
Employment Training and Placement Opportunities:
Individuals who are permanently laid off or who
have been out of work for more than 15
consecutive weeks may qualify for the free job-
assistance programs, which include computer
training. Free. Call for eligibility requirements and
times. Sheridan Vocational Technical Genter, 5400
Sheridan St, Hollywood, 954-985-3237.
Epilepsy Services of Broward County Teen Support
Group: Call 954-779-1509.
Graves Museum of Archaeology and Hatural 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.
Hands on Palm Beach County: The United Way of
Palm Beach County group seeks volunteers, and
introductory sessions for new recruits are
scheduled. Call 561-375-6637.
Hollywood City Hall Call For Art The city’s artwork-
selection committee seeks applications from 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.
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Information on various community activities is
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Korean War Memorial: Local Korean War Veterans
chapter offers vets an opportunity to list names on
monument in Young Circle Park in Hollywood. Call
954-475-2681.
Local Band Directory: All local musical groups are
called to provide information for the Web-hased
directory being compiled by the Art Institute of
Fort Lauderdale, the Broward County Library,
and the Southeast Florida Library Information
Network. Free. Call 954-463-3000, ext 729, fax to
954-463-3393, or e-mail to b081794c@bc.seflin.org.
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 heeded to volunteer in areas of
education, public safety, environmental issues,
and health and human services. Call
954-563-8991.
Rotary Scholarships: Rotary Foundation
Scholarships are available for study abroad at the
graduate or undergraduate college level during
the 1999-2000 academic year. Application forms
are available at local Rotary Clubs or by calling
954-753-4795.
SCORE: The South Palm Beach chapter of the
Service Corps of Retired Executives association
offers many free seminars to small-businéss
owners and provides volunteer opportunities and
referrals to its members. Free. Call 561-278-0277.
Shepherd's Why: Group, which nurtures homeless
or nearly homeless families back to
independence, seeks donations of food, furniture,
and clothing. Call 954-566 t 3004 for pickup.
Small Band Search: Small bands interested in
performing during City of Hollywood Parks,
Recreation, and Cultural Arts Department events
at the Hollywood Beach Theater are invited to
send a demo audio- or videocassette for
consideration. Send tapes to the department at:
Attention Beach Theater, 1940 Harrison St,
Hollywood, FL 33020.
Attractions
Broward County Historical Commission: Displays,
photo exhibitions, library, archives, and artifacts
from Broward County’s past. Free. 151 SW 2nd St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-4670.
Buehler Planetarium: Observatory with guided
exploration of astronomy and space. $4-$5.
Broward Community College Central Campus,
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-square-foot swimming lagoon for kids age
3 and younger. $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 Yugriee Park, 3300 N Park
Rd, Hollywood, 954-985-1980.
City of Deerfield 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, 954-480-4494.
Everglades Holiday Park: Airboat rides ($6-$13),
Seminole Indian camp tours, alligators, and other
wildlife. Park admission free.'21940 Griffin Rd,
West Broward, 954-434-8111.
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 1
Rd, Davie, 954-473-2955.
Fox Observatory: Open to the public for stargazing
every Sat evening and for special viewing during
astronomical events. Free. Markham Park, 16001
W State Rd 84, Sunrise, 954-389-2000.
Funscape: Entertainment arcade for kids includes
láser 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-0-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,
954-922-4212.
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 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-468-1580.
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
Scenes” every Sat-Sun. $1.50-$3. West Lake Park,
751 Sheridan St, Hollywood, 954-926-2480.
Las Olas Riverfront: Entertainment, dining, and
shopping complex features 23-screen movie
theater; the Escape! arcade, and dozens of
restaurants and shops. Pricés 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 Lion
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
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Ongoing. $5-$6.401 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
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Old Dillard School Museum: 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.
Riverwalk: Development along the New Rivér
linking Las Olas Boulevard’s historic-and-
entertainment district with Fort Lauderdale’s
science district and the Broward Center For the
Performing Arts-. Free. 954-468-1541.
Seminole Indian Reservation: Authentic Seminole
Indian village, shows, and exhibits. $5. 3551
N State Rd 7, Hollywood, 954-961-4519.
South Florida Science Museum: Ongoing displays
include “Weather,” “Light & Color,” “Sound
& Resonance,” “Energy & Electricity,” and “Brain
Teasers,” as well as McGinty Aquarium, Aldrin
Planetarium, and Gibson Observatory. $3-$5. 4801
Dreher Trl 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, 954-524-4736.
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museum offers fun, educational experience for
children of all ages, including exhibitions ánd
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Revenge of the Nerds
By Gregory Weinkauf
David Fincher needs a hug, the poor bastard.
Or possibly a diaper change. Ever since 1992,
when he ruined the Alien series with the ex-,
crescence of his pointless, senseless third in-
stallment, he’s been making the same bratty,
obnoxious movie over and over again: gloom,
doom, indestructible protagonist, bureaucrat-
ic evil, quasi-religious bald (or balding) guys.
Ho hum. With a knack for delivering dank,
murky portraits of decay and malaise, he’s tak-
en his tiny palette to Se7en (a fetid little load
perfectly suited to his aesthetic), then to the
gassy disappointment of The Game. True, his
work can be stimulating in a cruel fáshion, but
it’s pretty clear by now that the guy just des-
perately wants to raise a stink.
There’s going to be plenty of stink over
Fincher’s latest tantrum, Fight Club. (Perhaps
some ugly reactions as well, for no studio that
offers kids a recipe for homemade napalm can
rightfully be called “responsible.” Overheard
at an advance screening: "... no redeem-
ing values, and it’s going to provoke copycat
crimes....”) It’s hard to imagine a bar or high
school not buzzing over this “controversial”
movie for the next month or so. Much ink will
be spilled in detailing how it pegs the male
condition, revealing the aching soul of mod-
ern man, blah, blah, blah. But despite a couple
of good intentions (capitalism-skewering, New
Age-blasting), some clever writing, and a few
bleak chuckles, Fight Club is to intelligent
men what Catherine Breillat’s Romance is to
intelligent women — an insult
For those of you who do not feel comfort-
able calling the studio for a press kit (this
one’s designed as a derisive catalog, more
amusing than the movie itself), Fight Club is
the story of a nameless young Everyman
who sort of calls himself “Jack” (Edward
Norton). Think of “Jack” as a smarter, snap-
pier version of Griffin Dunne in After Hours
or Jeff Goldblum in Into the Night. Trapped
in a regimented lifestyle, a drone to the Man,
he’s lurking on the fringes of sanity, seeking
completeness through consumerism. (In his'
copious, deadpan narration, he tells us, “Like
so many others, I had become a slave to the
Ikea nesting instinct.”)
When we first meet Jack, he’s sitting in a
high-rise office suite with a gun barrel in his
mouth, held by a mys-
terious man named Ty-
ler Durden (Brad Pitt).
The two are counting
down the seconds to
the destruction of a
dozen other buildings
in the area, as arranged
by the demolitions
committee of a group
called Project May-
hem. The'plot, book-
ended by this nifty
framing device, is told
by Jack in flashback as
he struggles to make
sense of the elements
that brought him to
this explosive state.
A soul-butchering job
as a crash inspector
under starchy region-
al manager Richard
Chester (Zach Gre-
nier) sends Jack into
chronic insomnia and
hypochondria. When he whines for drugs
and bemoans his pain, a hospital intern
(Richmond Arquette) suggests a shot of re-
ality, a visit to a support group for men with
testicular cancer. There, Jack finds himself
crying (and loving it) between the massive,
pendulous breasts of Robert “Bob” Paulsen
(Meat Loaf Aday), a former champion body-
builder with a bit of a hormone problem.
Soon enough, Jack is a support group
junkie, attending meetings for blood para-
site, sickle cell anemia, and tuberculosis
sufferers with equal zeal. But there’s a
problem: He can’t get his vicarious high —
pretending to be ill and sucking up the
attention — as long as the groups are
haunted by Marla Singer (Helena Bonham
Carter), another “tourist.” Despite a little at-
traction, the two Strike a deal for mutual
avoidance, and soon the beleaguered Jack
meets Tyler, the man destined to change
his life. A bad-boy symbol of proletariat re-
bellion (“Fuck Martha Stewart!”), Tyler is
everything that Jack is not. Once the two
realize how much fun it is to beat each
other bloody, any single-celled life form
could figure out the rest.
Oh no! Attention cinematic fanatics: Read
this specific paragraph at your own peril, as it
hints at a crucial plot detail! One of the main
themes Fight Club struggles to hoist aloft is
the notion that our sterile society has severed
man’s psyche in two. Yes, this is ultimately a
Jekyll and Hyde story of Passion versus Intel-
lect. Thus we end up with a load of Good
Kirk/Bad Kirk balderdash, altogether less a
shocker than a letdown. (To see this sort of
thing done well, check out Bruce Robinson’s
How to Get Ahead in Advertising)
OK! You’re safe now! Don’t look up! Just
read on!
Fincher is not at all expansive here, but this
time he’s accompanied by a best-of-the-best
crew who could indeed make the Ikea catalog
seem thrilling. Starting off with Jim Uhls’ gid-
dy screenplay (itself a catalog of snide premil-
lennial sound bites, based on the novel by
Chuck Palahniuk), the movie launches into
some amazingly skanky sets, designed by
Alex McDowell (The Crow). Cinematographer
Jeff Cronenweth’s raw shots are slammed
tersely into our faces by editor James Hay-
good, then stitched together by the pulsing
techno of the Dust Brothers. (Hearing their
seemingly effortless stuff makes one realize
how previous Fincher scorer Trent Reznor is
really just the younger, less : talented Randy
Newman of his generation.) Helming it all
is wunderkind executive producer Arnon
Milchan, the man who brought us Brazil and
LA. Confidential, among many others.
This is Norton’s movie, no doubt continuing
his hot career trajectory ( Primal Fear, Amen-
can History X), and here he is energetic and
ridiculous, a perfect tragic clown. Pitt goes a
bit hammy with his would-be messianic role,
but his adrenaline saves it. As for Bonham
Carter, Frankenstein was infinitely worse, but
it’s still a drag to see her slumming her way
through this thing as if she’s Christina Ricci’s
jealous aunt. (Too much Merchant-Ivory,
Helena? Or have you already heard that about
5000 times?) The finest turn here is by rpcker-
actor Meat Loaf Aday, giving John Lithgow
(The World According to Garp ) a run for his
long-standing title of Best Actor Playing a
Transsexual (Accidental or Otherwise) in a
Motion Picture.
So all right, is this trendy ’90s mire of dissat-
isfaction finally over? Have we beat the drum
of useless fathers and pointless jobs hard
enough? (Yeah, it sucks to wear a tie. And?)
Can Gen Xers move beyond decay and de-
spair? More to the point, do we have to keep
repeating that the only way to feel anything
anymore is to experience severe pain?
If our culture is based on hideous lies,
then catharsis is indeed part of the antidote,
but are we really expected to buy dumb
degradation as transcendence? What’s dis-
appointing about Fight Club (and other
Fincher movies) is its unyielding focus on
disintegration; to work, there must be some-
thing besides hollow nothingness under all
the destruction. “Artists” like Fincher (or
parallel goofball Reznor) may wish to con-
sider getting over themselves sometime in
the near future, for bludgeoning us with
disintegration becomés tedious and pre-
dictable, prompting a quote straight from
Norton’s dialogue: “I am Jack’s complete
lack of surprise.”
Fight Club. Directed by David Fincher. Screenplay by
Jim Uhls, based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk.
Starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, Helena Bonham
Carter, and Meat Loaf Aday.
Bold Is
Beautiful
By Andy Klein
Steven Soderbergh may have had some
rocky times after his 1989 breakthrough
with sex, lies, & videotape, but these days
he’s on a roll. Last year he produced Pleas-
antville and directed Out of Sight, two of
the year’s most praised films. This year he
has The Limey, a complex, introspective
thriller starring Terence Stamp as an aging
British gangster named Wilson.
The Limey opens with a black screen,
over which we hear Wilson say, “Tell me.
Tell me. Tell me about Jenny.” Cut to LAX,
where the protagonist walks into focus as
the credits roll to the tune of the Who’s
“The Seeker.” Wilson has just been re-
leased from an English prison after serving
nine years. He has come to L.A., we soon
learn, to investigate the circumstances sur-
rounding the death of his only daughter,
Jenny (Melissa George), an aspiring ác-
tress who was killed in an auto accident on
Mulholland Drive. Nothing seems particu-
larly fishy about the circumstances, but
Wilson, for reasons more subliminal and
instinctive than rational, is suspicious.
Wilson may be sixtyish, but he’s deter-
mined and still tough as nails. He locates
Ed (Luis Guzman), the only oné of Jenny’s
L.A. friends he knows about. Ed finds
himself playing Virgil to Wilson’s Dante
as they descend into the Los Angeles
underworld. In the movie the moral cor-
ruption in the hills is just as bad as the
blatant violence at street level, though
better disguised. It’s not long before
Wilson knows in his gut that Jenny’s final
boyfriend t— wealthy music-industry
weasel Terry Valentine (Peter Fonda, per-
fectly cast) — is somehow responsible for
her death.
Terry is one of those innocuous, self-
deluded fat cats who think they can dab-
ble a little with Big Crime without really
doing anything wrong or getting their hands
dirty. In his own mind,
he’s still a good guy.
(His easy charm and
shallow self-absorption
are so reminiscent of
Terry Lennox in Ray-
mond Chandler’s The
Long Goodbye that it
wouldn’t be surprising
if screenwriter Lem
Dobbs borrowed the
name from that classic L.A. slimeball.)
Terry’s pipeline to ugly reality is Avery
(Barry Newman), his lawyer and chief
fixer# In his less-than-subtle campaign
against Terry, Wilson brings himself to the
merterls dismantles and I
reassembles the basic elements
â–  of normal film grammar,
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of thugs. of George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez
The plot may sound straightforward, meeting in a bar arid later making love. His
even overly familiar in outline, but much of wacky, underappreciated “personal” film,
what makes The Limey effective — outside Schizopolis (1996), was practically a catalog
of several perfectly tuned performances — of deconstructed narrative devices. In The
is the unusual style Soderbergh applies to Limey he takes what he played with in that
the material. While the basic scenario is movie and applies it to a more convention-
presented in standard chronological order, al,. even commercial, story,
there are jump cuts, flashbacks, and even The result is a film approximation of
flash-forwards within scenes. (Some of the stream of consciousness, and though it
flashbacks show Wilson as a young gang- can prove confusing and disorienting to
ster back in the ’60s, courtesy of black-and- audiences at first, it is not nearly as con-
white footage from one of Stamp’s earliest fusing as most skittish studio execs proba-
films, Ken Loach’s 1967 Poor Cow.) Soder- bly think: Even if adjusting to nonstan-
bergh dismantles and reassembles the dard visual language isn’t an inherent
basic elements of normal film grammar ability, years of watching commercials and
in order to reflect the point of view of a MTV have instilled us with it. In the case
character whose mind is haunted and of The Limey, it certainly works, in part be-
charged with anger. There are,times when cause the odd narrative style is anchored
the dialogue doesn’t match the visuals, as by the simplicity and directness of the cen-
though a conversation is being recalled as tral story.
a jumble of impressions. It’s a style that has While the relationship between the style
its roots in the films of jean-Luc Godard, on the one hand and the story and charac-
Nicolas Roeg, and Richard Lester, to whose ters on the other is a central pleasure in
work Soderbergh has previously paid The Limey, the movie has other, more fa-
homage. The combination of The Limey’s miliar, virtues. Much in the tradition of
crisp look with its fractured continuity is L.A.-based noir — John Boorman’s Point
especially evocative of Lester’s Petulia. Blank and Jacques Deray’s The Outside
The director has played with these stylis- Man — the film provides amusement by
tic devices before. In his previous exercise skewering the town’s social fabric,
in noir, 1995’s Underneath — perhaps his There are a very few minor missteps:
least satisfying feature — he used them to Wilson’s constant use of cockney rhyming
a lesser degree. In Out of Sight, he used a slang serves little purpose and grows
Man on a mission: Terence Stamp portrays the angry Wilson
quickly irritating. And the song selection holds our interest because of its stylistic
on the soundtrack — mostly classics from boldness, not despite it.
the ’60s and early-to-mid-’70s — some-
times comments on the action too closely. The Limey. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Screen-
But these are quibbles. The Limey is more play by Lem Dobbs. Starring Terence Stamp, Peter
involving and intriguing than any by-the- Fonda, Luis Guzman, Barry Newman, and Lesley
numbers studio thriller. In large part it Ann Warren.
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Opening
Dry Meaning (U): The lives of Jean-Marie and Nicole
Kunstler (Charles Berling and Miou-Miou), who own a
small but successful dry cleaning business in the
French town of Belfort, are disrupted'when they
become friends with Loic (Stanislas Merhar), the male
half of a brother-and-sister drag act When the act
breaks up, the Kunstlers give Loic a job and a place to
stay, and it’s Only a matter of time before the presence
of this extremely pretty young man causes all manner
of sexual confusion in the Kunstlers’ seemingly staid
life. At first Anne Fontaine’s film seems like yet another
retread of James M. Cain’s The Postman Always Rings
Twice; but this is a French film we’re talking about, so it
soon becomes clear that the sexual attraction lines are
-not nearly so clear-cut and hetero. Fontaine maintains
control throughout/believably nudging the characters
along on the road to disaster. She draws perfectly
nuanced performances from all three actors, including
newcomer Merhar; but in the end it is Berling’s
character around whom Dry Cleaning swirls, and the
movie is really his show. (Andy Klein) Exclusive South
Florida screening at Bill Co ford Cinema, University of
Miami Memorial Bldg (off Campo Sano Avenue),
2nd Fir, Coral Gables, 305-284-4861.
Fight Club (R): Reviewed in this issue.
Happy Texas (PG-13)Welcome to Happy, Texas, the
town without a frown. Yes, apparently there really is a
Happy, Texas. No, they didn’t actually shoot the film
there. But director-cowriter Mark Ulsley’s feature
directorial debut is still a fun, funny way to spend an
hour and a half Steve Zahn ( Out of Sight) and Jeremy
Northam (The Winslow Boy) star as escaped convicts
who steal a beat-up Winnebago and assume the
identities of the RYs owners, two beauty pageant
advisors hired to prepare the contestants of Happy,
Texas, for the upcoming little Miss Squeezed (as in
orange juice) Pageant The town is so small it has only
one law-enforcement officer, Sheriff Chappy Dent
(William Macy), and a bank just ripe for the picking.
But what looks like a cakewalk for our heroes turns out
to be strewn with all sorts of unexpected complications.
To give away more of the plot would spoil some of the
film’s best surprises. Suffice it to say this is a thoroughly
entertaining fish-out-of-water story that never makes
fun of its characters and laces its humor with a sweet
sense of humanity rather than the expected shot of
cynicism. Macy, with a droopy mustache and sad
hound-dog eyes, brings real pathos to his role. Only
Dleana Douglas, as the resident schoolteacher who
most longs for pageant success, plays her part too
broadly. Zahn, who has a knack for playing none-too-
bright characters, received a Special Jury Prize For
Comedic Performance at this past year’s Sundance
Film Festival. He pulls off the difficult task of making a
clueless man absolutely adorable. (Jean Oppenheimer)
The Limey (R): Reviewed in this issue.
bly Life So Far (PG-13): The hero of this exceedingly
charming coming-of-age drama is ten-year-old Fraser
Pettigrew, who lives with his five siblings; four dogs;
gentle mother, Moira (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio);
eccentric inventor father, Edward (Colin Firth); and
indomitable grandmother Gamma on a bucolic estate
in Scotland in the ’20s. For Fraser (newcomer Robert
Norman), life is one carefree adventure after another,
many of them engineered by his incorrigibly boyish
father, whose fervent imagination and madcap schemes
make him nearly as childlike as his son. Directed by
Hugh Hudson ( Chariots of Fire), the film concerns what
happens when Uncle Morris (Malcolm McDowell),
Moira’s brother and the heir to Gamma’s estate, arrives
at the estate with his enchanting, much younger French
fiancée, Heloise (Irene Jacob). Everyone fells madly in
love with the vivacious visitor, including not only
Fraser but also the impetuous, irresponsible Edward.
Suddenly the idealized image Fraser has always held
of his fattier crumbles, and he sees him as a flawed and
fallible human being. Based on the life of Sir Denis
Forman, chairman of London’s Royal Opera House,
My Life So Far focuses on a privileged, almost feiry-tale
way of life that all but ended with the advent of World
War II. It was a cloistered, protected environment, and
the filmmakers do a wonderful job of capturing the
sense of magical isolation that surrounded the upper
classes. The film displays moments of both humor and
poignancy, as well as an unexpected air of wisdom. The
actors all excel, with the exception of Mastrantonio,
who is so bland she evinces hardly any personality at
all. At times the movie veers dangerously close to an
affected quaintness and cutesiness, but each time
Hudson manages to reel it in again. 0.0.)
The Omega Code (PG-13): Distributed by up-and-coming
“family friendly” studio Providence Entertainment, The
Omega Code is the first wide release from the Trinity
Broadcast Network’s feature film division. (Their
previous efforts have all gone directly to TBN and
video) A solid B-movie cast, including Michael York,
Michael Ironside, Catherine Oxenberg, and Casper
Van Dien, headlines this Christian Armageddon film
about a media mogul (York) who intends to decipher
the legendary Bible code in order to create a New
World Order and control Jerusalem. Director Rob
Marcarelli has previously made three religious features
for TBN, as well as the litüe-known I Don’t Buy Kisses
Anymore, starringjason Alexander,producer Matthew
Crouch is the son of TBN founder Paul Crouch and the
head of TBN subsidiary GenerSXion Entertainment
The Story of lis (R): Accordingto The Story of Us, men
and women have different responses to life, love, and
sex, and this can sometimes result in conflicts and
tension in a marriage. And you thought America»
Beauty was daring. Ben (Bruce Willis) is a successful
writer, and Katie (Michelle Pfeiffer) is a crossword-
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puzzle creator—her lifelong dream. This would be charming, except that
this is supposed to be a big clue to her personality In front of their loving
children (Jake Sandvig and Colleen Rennison), who aren’t fooled for a
minute, Ben and Katie are all smiles and solicitude. As soon as the kids
disappear, however, the couple’s feces go slack and the atmosphere
becomes poisonous. They spend most of the rest of the film sitting around
having remarkably unilluminating flashbacks. The conflict between them
is all generalities. Director Rob Reiner and screenwriters Alan Zweibel and
Jessie Nelson would probably insist they were showing both sides, but the
conflict inevitably plays that he’s a fun-loving free spirit and she’s a rigid,
frigid bitch. The film is snappily directed and edited, and there are
moments of funny acting (Rita Wilson, Reiner, and Paul Reiser get a few
decent quips and deliver them with sass)— but the script is all homiletic
commonplaces, in quip form, and the wisdom is both stale and dubious.
The best future for The Story of Us may be as a teaching tool at Men Are
From Mars, Women Are From Venus seminars. (M.V. Moorhead)
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Ihe/tdmtures Of Sebastian Cole (R): Take pity on poor Sebastian (Adrian Grenier).
As your typical teenager in a small town in upstate New York circa 1983, he
already has enough problems: His divorced parents have both remarried, his
sister’s leaving for college, and life seems meaningless. To top it all off, his
stepfather, Hank (Clark Gregg), has announced that he wants a sex-change
operation and hopes that the femily can continue in a fashion. (While he wants to
be a woman, he’s stQl primarily sexually attracted to women; he is the legendary
lesbian trapped in a man’s body) Not surprisingly, Hank’s hopes are dashed. Mom
(Margaret Colin) leaves him, and their daughter (Mami Lustig) stomps out in
a rage. After an unhappy sojourn in England with Mom, however, Sebastian
returns to the U.S. and moves back in with Henrietta, the former stepdad Hank
This debut feature from young writer-director Tod
Williams is a relatively engaging rehash of standard
Troubled Youth materiaL The one new element is the
transsexual Dad story, which feels tangential maybe
irrelevant; to Sebastian’s real problems, as though it has
mistakenly wandered in from another movie. As a result
the film’s tone vacillates between serious sensitivity
and absurd comedy. It doesn’t help that Gregg
makes such a masculine-looking Henrietta. (A.K)
The minus Man (R): Mysterious but charming drifter
Vann Siegert (Owen Wilson) cruises into a small
Pacific Coast village and rents a room from a middle
aged couple (Brian Cox and Mercedes Ruehl) whose
marriage is fraying around the edges. He insinuates
himself into their lives and the life of the local
community, including an outgoing but lonely postal
worker Qaneane Garofelo) who gets an instant crush
on him. Things would be ideal if only Vann could
break the habit of murdering anyone he believes
would be better off dead. The story is fer from original,
but the excellent cast nearly overcomes the familiarity.
Wilson gives Vann an immediately engaging air that
allows us to believe how readily people accept him.
Garofelo, as always, is so sympathetic on-screen that
director Hampton Fancher doesn’t have to work very
hard to niake us worry about her potential to become
one of Vann’s victims. And Cox has long done his
best work as precisely this sort of beaten-down,
frustrated Everyman. Fancher—best known for his
co-credit on the screenplay for Blade Runner and his
marriage (long ago and long undone) to Sue Lyon
of Lolita fame—makes his directorial debut Elis
visual storytelling isn’t lazy, but his own script,
based on a 1990 novel by Lew McCreary, doesn’t
give him that much with which to work (A.K)
Random Hearts (R): Has Harrison Ford’s lucrative
persona consumed his interest in daring materiaL
leaving him with only two cards —Charming
Everyman and Earnest Hero — in his hand? Once
again he plays a cop, this time a D.C. Internal Affairs
sergeant named William “Dutch” Van Den Broeck
Dutch adores his wife, Saks fashion consultant Peyton
(Susanna Thompson), who, unfortunately; is having an
affairwith CuBen (Peter Coyote), the husband of New
Hampshire congresswoman Kay Chandler (Kristin
Scott Thomas). Soon, while Dutch and his partner,
Alcee (diaries S. Dutton), are rooting through a sticky
urban case involving loosecannon detective George
Beaufort (Dennis Haysbert) and Kay is struggling with
her insolent campaign adviser, Cari Broman (Sydney
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route to a weekend in Miami Dutch gruffly laments being a cuckolded widower,
while Kay has no room in her life for scandal or mourning: She’s raising a 15year-
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is dedicated to her confronting her feelings and his learning to overcome his
abandonment and paranoia, all in the midst of their peculiar romance. There’s
great potential for emotional complexity in this premise, but screenwriter Kurt
Luedtke and director Pollack fail to kindle much in the way of passion. The movie
suffers from flat, uninspired framing, and the dialogue and situations are also
dispiritedly dry. The main problem throughout is that Ford doesn’t really seem
to ache. On the other hand, Scott Thomas is frill of veiled vulnerability as Kay,
her performance enhanced by her gift for restraint The denouement is graceful
and mature, but the only theme here that resonates clearly is the question,
How much denial is necessary to maintain one’s sanity ? (Gregory Weinkauf)
Romance (R) : This ironically titled film, directed by the audacious French
filmmaker Catherine Breillat, has become a cause célébre due mainly to
its sexually explicit nature. (It is being released unrated rather than getting
slapped with an NC-17 rating.) Schoolteacher Marie (Caroline Ducey) is
distraught when her self-absorbed boyfriend, Paul (Sagamore Stévenin),
announces he no longer wants to sleep with her. In response she embarks
on a series of no-holds-barred sexual escapades, which include a one-night
stand, sadomasochistic bondage, and rape. In a running voice-over
commentary, she dissects and analyzes her every action and reaction.
Each night she returns to Paul’s bed to try and rekindle his passioa Marie’s
sexual odyssey is actually a spiritual and intellectual quest for self-realization.
A clinging masochist at the beginning of the film, she evolves into what her
creator obviously considers a healthy, strong individual But Marie’s radical
solution to the Paul problem is hardly one to be applauded. Whether the
ending of the film is taken literally or symbolically, it’s an extremely militant
cure that seems no better than the disease it is meant to eradicate. 0.0.)
Superstar (PG-13): Mary Katherine Gallagher, the repressed Irish Catholic
schoolgirl who Molly Shannon plays on Saturday Night Live, makes her big-
screen debut for a tidy, TV-friendly 82 minutes. Although this is a sketch
stretched thin, Shannon provides some solid pleasures now that she’s 20 feet
talL Still equipped with thick glasses, stammering courage, and an unf ulfille d
libido, Mary Katherine now has a context (parents killed in stepdancing
accident; currently living with eccentric grandmother) and finite goals (win
school talent contest; get kissed by dreamboat). Not only do we see the usual
flash of her white cotton underpants, we also glimpse her in minor triumph.
Shannon better enjoy that while it lasts. She’s grown a little long in the tooth to
play a 17-year-old, and some of her fellow students—notably SNL stalwart Will
Ferrell—look as if they should be on the faculty. Directed by Bruce McCulloch
(DogPark). Costarring Elaine Hendrix and Emmy Layboume. (Bill Gallo)
Three Kings (R): Why is write-director David 0. Russell’s bloody and ornery
Three Kings such rousing entertainment? Probably because he counterbalances
his gratuitous wankery with doses of irreverent wit The result is a war movie
less opposed to war than to dull, crusty philosophies. In this politically charged
fiction, it is March 1991, and Desert Storm has left a squadron of American
troops restless in the Iraqi desert Archie Gates (George Clooney) is a cynical
Green Beret days away from retirement Chief Elgin 0ce Cube) is a resolute
Christian soldier. Troy Barlow (Mark Wahlberg) is a new father, doting
husband, and party boy. Aided by Conrad Vig (Spike Jonze), a white-trash
caricature, the men seek a stash of stolen Kuwaiti gold bullion Traveling from
hunker to village, mosque to minaret, these mercenaries are consumed by the
culture of the land they’ve been bombing. So are we. The movie’s dialects,
religious motife, cultural icons, and general behavior were overseen by a team
of Iraqi advisors. Acting as a sort of lightning rod for much of this crosscultural
illumination is Amir (Cliff Curtis), leader of an Iraqi rebellion Also, television
news correspondent Adrianna Cruz (Nora Dunn) fuels an entire subplot
about the role of the media in wartime. Russell and crew give us a heady
brew of bleached.and oversaturated desertscapes, cavernous dungeons, and
pulse-popping rhythm, entering a new era of cinematic and cultural potential.
Scoping the changing climates around him, he has delivered a touching yet
demanding story. Not everyone will notice or appreciate this, and even those
who do may not receive the movie’s two subliminal suggestions, namely:
Exult in the medium’s ever-expanding spectrum of emotion, and despair
that it takes so much gleeful violence to access sentiments so human. (G.W.)
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Gateway Cinema 4
1820 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-7994
American BeautyThu 12:55,1:45,3:15,4:30,5:35,7:15,8:15,9:45; Fri-Wed 12:55,
3:15,5:35,8:15,10:30 Old Fri-Wed 1:30,4:30,7:30,10:15 *Uappy Texas
Fri-Wed 1:20,3:30,5:40,7:50,10:00 HardThu 10/14 only 10:00p AmaneeThu
1:00,3:00,5:00,7:30,9:30; Fri-Wed 1:00,5:00,9:30 Twin Falls IdahoThu 1:10, .
3:20,5:30,7:45; Fri-Wed 3:20,7:45
Las Olas Riverfront 23
306 SW 1st Ave, fort Lauderdale, 954-761-9400
The Adventures of Elmo in GrouchlandDaüy 1:00,3:00,5:00,6:50 (Thu 7:00)
The Adventures of Sebastian Cole Thu 10/14 only 1:30,4:00,7:00,10:00 American
Beauty Daily 1:15 (Thu 1:10), 4:10,7:10,10:10 (Fri-Sat late show 12:50) Blue
StraaAThu 1:25,4:35,7:00,10:00; Fri-Wed 1:05,2:20,3:20,4:20,5:35,7:00,7:55,
9:15,10:15 (Fri-Sat late shows 11:30,12:30) Double Jeopardy Daily 1:15,2:00,
3:15,4:10,5:15,7:15,8:00,9:50,10:05 (Ihu 10:20) (FriSatlate show 12:00)
Drive Me Crazy Daily 1:30,4:05,7:10,9:40 (Fri-Sat late show 12:05) Forloveefthe
Game Daily 1:25,4:35,7:35,10:35 (except Thu) Jakob the UarThu 10/14 only
9:00 Mickey Blue EyesThu 1:20,4:10,7:00,9:30; Fri-Wed 9:30 (FriSatlate show
12:30) The Minus Man Daily 1:40,4:40,7:40,10:20 (Thu 10:15) (FriSatlate show
12:50) MumfordThu 10/14 only 1:30,7:40 Mkppets From Space Daüy 1:00,3:00,
5:00,6:50 (Thu 7:00), 9:00 (Fri-Sat late show 11:00) Mystery Alaska Daily 1:35
(Thu 1:20), 4:20,7:20,10:20 (FriSatlate show 1:00) PlunkettAMadeaneThu
10/14 only 4:00,9:40 Random Hearts Daily 1:30,2:15,4:40 (Ihu 4:30), 4:55 (Thu
5:00), 7:30,7:50,10:30 (FriSatlate show 11:30) The Sbdh Sense Daily 1:20,4:50,
7:50,10:10 (FriSatlate show 12:40) Stomata Daily 2:00,4:30,7:45,10:05 Stir of
Echoes Daily 1:40,4:35 (Thu 4:20), 7:05,9:25 (Fri-Sat late show 11:45) Superstar
Daily 1:05,4:05,7:05,10:05 (FriSatlate show 12:05) The Thomas Crown JUfair
Deify 1:15,4:00,7:00,9:40 (Ihu 9:30) (FriSatlate show 12:00) Three Kings
Daily 1:10,2:10,4:20 (Ihu 4:10), 5:10,7:10,8:10,10:10,10:35 (FriSat late show
12:50)
Swap Shop Drive-In
3121W Sunrise Blvd, fort Lauderdale, 954-583-7733
The Adventures ofElmo in GrouchlandThu 7:45,9:05; FriWed 7:45 (FriSatlate
show 11:40) Blue Streak Daily 8:00,9:45 (Thu 9:55) (FriSat late show 11:30)
Deep Blue Sea Daily 9:50 Double JeopardyThu 8:00,9:55; FriWed 7:45,9:40
(Fri-Sat late show 11:35) drive Me CrazyThu 10/14 only 9:30 # fight Club Fri
Wed 7:45,10:15 (Fri-Sat late show 12:45) hi Too Deep Daily 8:00 (FriSatlate
show 11:50) Mystery AlaskaThu 7:45,1020; FriWed 9:05 Random Hearts
Daily 7:45, 9:55 (FriSat late show 12:05) The Sixth Sense Daily 8:00,9:55
(FriSat late show 11:50) Stigmata Daily 8:00,9:50 (FriSat late show 11:40)
SuperstarThu8:00,9:40; Fri-Wed 7:45,9:25 (FriSatlateshow 10:55) The
13th M&rrwrThu 10/14 only 7:45 Three Kings Daily 7:45,9:45 (FriSatlate
show 11:45)
Northeast Broward
Cypress Creek Station 16
N Andrews Ave and Cypress Creek Rd, Oakland Park, 954-771-0033
The AdkentuneserEtow in finxwMandDaify 12:35,2:40,4:45,6:55,9:00 (Ihu
only) American Beauty Daily 1:10,4:20,7:05,9:50 (Thu 10:05) (FriSatlate
show 12:30) Blue StreairThu 12:30,2:50,5:15,7:40,10:05; FriWed 12:40,2:55,
5:15,7:40,10:00 (Fri-Sat late show 1225) Double Jeopardy Daily 1:00,1:30,
4:00,4:30,7:15,7:45,9:40 (Ihu 9:45), 10:10 (Thu 10:15) (FriSatlateshows
12:05,123® Drive Me CrazyDaSy 12:45,3:00,5:10,720,9:35 (Ihu 9:40) (Fri
Satiate show 11:55) *HghtCkib FriWed 12:35,3:45,7:00,10:05 Forlmenfthe
Game Daily 12:50,3:50,6:50,9:45 (Thu 9:55) Jakob the Liar Thu 10/14 only
1:20,7:10 MysteryAlaska Daily 1:05,4:10,7:05,9:40 (Ihu 9:50) (FriSatlate
show 12:20) Plunkett A MacfeaneThu 10/14 only 4:05,10:00 Random Hearts
Daily 12:30,1:00,3:30,430,7:00,725,9:55,1020 The 80th Sense Daily 1:15,
4:15,7:15,10:00 (FriSat late show 1230) StirefEchoesThu 12:35,2:55,5:15,
7:30,9:55; FriWed 930 (FriSat late show 12:00) #7he Story of Us FriWed
12:30,2:50,5:10,7:30,9:50 (FriSatlate show 12:15) Spars tar Daily 12:40,
235,5:15 (Thu 5:10), 7:25,935 (Ihu 9:45) (FriSat late show 11:50) Three
Kings Daily 1:15,1:45,4:15,4:45,7:10,7:40,9:45,10:15 (FriSat late show
1220 )
Deerfield Cinema 5
2205 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 954428-0008
Amanean Pie Daily 1:45 (except Thu), 4:30,7:30,9:55 ArlingtanRoadThu 10/14
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Coral Springs Movie Center
2400 University Dr, Coral Springs, 954-752-1200
Rim in Hindi Mon 7:30.
American Pie Daily 9:45 The Blair Witch ProjectThu
7:15,9:45; Fri-Sun, Tue-Wed 9:45 Deep Blue Sea
Fri-Wed 7:00,9:40 (SatSun matinee 4:30) Dudley
DoJtight Fri-Wed 7:15 (SatSun matinees 12:15,
2:20,4:40) Inspector Gadget Thu 7:10,9:30; Fri,
only 1:30,4:15,9:55 The Blair Witch ProjectThu 10/14 only 1:30,7:20,
9:55 Inspector Gadget Daily 1:45,4:30,7:20,9:55 The Iron Giant Daily 1:45,
4:30,7:30,9:55 (except Thu) Lité Is Beautiful Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:20,
9:55 The Muse Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:55 Universal Soldier: The Return
Thu 10/14 only 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:55 '
Deerfield Mall Cinema 8
3984 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 954429-3930
Blue Streak Daily 1:30,4:10,73Ó, 9:50 Double Jeopardy Daily 1:40,4:20,
7:40,10:05 Drive Me Cra^y Daily 1:50,4:50,7:20,9:40 For Love of the Game
Thu 10/14 only 1:15,7:00 Jakob the Liar Daily 1:20,4:10,7:15,9:55
Plunkett & Macleane Thu 10/14 only 4:15,9:50 Random Hearts Daily 1:15,
4:10,7:10,10:00 The Sixth Sense Daily 1:50,4:30,7:25,10:00# The Story
of Us Fri-Wed 1:30,4:20,7:45,10:05 Three Kings Daily 2:00,4:40,7:30,
10:00
Tue-Wed 7:10; Sat-Sun 12:10,2:20,4:40,7:10 The Iron GiantThu 7:15; Sat-
Sun 12:10,2:20
Coral Square 8
770 Riverside Dr, Coral Springs, 954-344-8888
The Adventures of Elmo in CmucMamf Daily 1:15,3:10,5:10 (Thu only) American
Beauty Daily 1:30,4:30,7:30,10:15 (Fri-Sat late show 1235) Blue Streak Daily
1:00,3:15,5:55,8:15,10:20 (Fri-Sat late show 12:30) Double Jeopardy Daily
1:10,3:30,5:50,8:10,10:25 (FriSatlate show 12:30) Drive Me CrazyThu 1:20,
3:20,5:30,7:55,10:05; Fri-Wed 5:30,7:55,10:05 (Fri-Sat late show 12:10) For
Love of the Game Thu 10/14 only 7:10,10;00 Random Hearts Daily 1:00,4:05,
7:15,10:10 *The Story of UsFn-Wed 1:20,3:35,5:45,8:05,10:20 (Fri-Sat late
show 12:20) Superstar Daily 1:45,3:55,5:55,8:20,10:25 (Fri-Sat late show
12:25) Three Kings Daily 1:05,3:25,5:45,8:00,10:15 (FriSatlate show 12:25)
Magnolia Place 16
9645 Westview Dr, Coral Springs, 954-3454114
Please call for showtimes.
Pompano 18
2315 N Federal Hwy, Pompano Beach, 954-9466008
The Adventures of Elmo in Greuchland Daily 12:15,
2:00,4:00,6:30,8:30,10:20 (Sat matinee 10:00;
Fri-Sat late show 12:15) American Beauty Daily
12:10,1:10,2:40,3:40,5:20,7:00,8:00,9:30,10:30
(Sat matinee 10:15; Fri-Sat late show 12:05) Blue
Streak Daily 12:10,1:10,2:30,3:30,4:50,5:40,
7:20,8:10,9:40,10:30 (Sat matinee 10:10; Fri-Sat
late show 12:30) Double Jeopardy Daily 12:00,
1:00,2:35,3:30,5:00,5:45,7:25,8:05,9:45,10:30
(Thu only) (Sat matinee 10:30; Fri-Sat late show
12:05) Drive Me Crazy Daily 12:45,3:00,5:15,7:30,
9:45 (Sat matinee 10:30; Fri-Sat late show 12:00)
*Fight Club Fri-Wed 12:15,1:00,3:15,4:00, 6:15,
7:00,9:15,10:00 (Sat matinee 10:00; Fri-Sat late
show 12:15) For Love of the Game ThulO/14 only
1:00,4:00,7:00,10:00 Jakob the 1/arThu 10/14
only 2:30,5:00,7:35,10:10 Mickey Blue EyesThu
10/14 only 12:10,2:30,5:00,7:30,10:10 Mystery,
Alaska Daily. 12:10,2:40,5:10,8:10,10:30 Plunkett
& Macleane Thu 10/14 only 12:00n Random Hearts
Daily 12:00,1:00,3:00,4:00,5:45,7:00,8:30,10:00
(Sat matinee 10:00; Fri-Sat late show 11:30) The
Sixth Sense Daily 12:15,2:35,5:00,7:25,9:50 (Sat
matinee 10:00; Fri-Sat late show 12:15) *The
Story of Us Fri-Wed 12:00,2:20,4:40,7:00,9:20 ‘
(Sat matinee 10:00; Fri-Sat late show 11:40)
Superstar Daily 12:30,2:45,5:00,7:15,9:30 (Sat
matinee 10:15; Fri-Sat late show 11:45) Three
Kings Daily 12:30,1:30,3:00,4:30,5:30,7:10,8:00,
9:40,10:30 (Sat matinee 10:00; Fri-Sat late show
12:15)
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Margate 8
5455 W Atlantic BM, Margate, 954-975-7002
UueStreaklhu 1:10,320,530,7:40,10:10, Fri-Wed 1:10,
3:15,525,7:45,1030 Double Jeopardylhu 12:30,2:50,
5:10,730,9:50; Fri-Wed 1230,2:45,530,725,9:45 Drive
IHe firaq/Thu 12:45,2:40,530,7:10,925; Fri-Wed 12:50,
3:10,5:15,7:40,9:40 firiowo/MefiameThu 1:15,4:10,
650,93ft Fri-Wed 1:15,730 Random HeartsThu 130,
430,730,9:45; Fri-Wed 130,430,650,930 Runaway
Bride Thu 10/14 only 1235,730 The Sixth SenseThu
12:50,3:10,525,7:50,103ft Fri-Wed 12:40,3:00,520,
7:35,955 Stigmata Daily 2:45 (Thu only), 4:50,9:35
*lhe Story BlUs Fri-Wed 12:45,2:55,535,7:15,925 Three
Bangs Thu 12:40,330,520,7:45,1035; Fri-Wed 1235,
250,5:10,730,950
Tamarac Cinema 5
10036 W McNab Rd, Tamarac, 954-7263500
American Pie Thu 10/14only 1:10,5:15 Artngton Roadlhu
330,7:15; FriMon 6:55,9:1ft Tue-Wed 6:55 TheBbirWItith
AqhcfThu 10/14 only330 ,730 Deep Blue Sea Fri-Wed
7:15,920 (except Tue-Wed) Dick Fri-Wed 1:15,3:15,5:15,
720,930 (exceptTue-Wed) Inspector Gadget Thu 130,
330,530,730; FriWed 120,330,530 Tfte Am fiartThu
1:10,3:15,535,7:1ft Fri-Wed 130,320,530 life Is
flaaf/ttWFriWed 135,320,730,920 (exceptTue-Wed)
Tbe Muse Fri-Wed 1:10,3:10,5:10,7:10,925 (except Tue
Wed) Open KurftesThu 10/14 only 1:05,325,735
West Broward
Fountains Cinema 8
801S University Dr, Plantation, 954-424-9701
Blue Streak Daily 1:15,320,5:30,7:45,10:00 (FriSatlate
show 12:05) Double Jeopardy Daiiy 1:00,3:15,5:35,7:55,
10:10 (Thu 10:15) (FriSatlateshow 12:15) DriuMeCraiy
Thu 130,3:10,520,7:40,9:55; FriWed 520,7:30,9:45
(FriSat late show 1235) #/gttfikrf» FriWed 1:15,4:10,
735.1030 For Lon of the Came Thu 10/14 only 130,430,
730.1030 The Iron Giant Fri-Wed 130,3:10 mystery Alaska
Thu 10/14 only 1:40,420,720,1030 Random Hearts Daüy
130,430,730,10:10 The Sixth SenseThu 1:30,4:40,7:15,
9:45; FriWed 120,420,7:15,9:40 (FriSat late show
1235) *The Story of Us Fri-Wed 1:00,3:10,525,7:40,9:55
(FriSat late show 1235) ThraeAAgvThu 1:45,4:30,7:30,
10.10; Fri-Wed 120,420,720,1035 (FriSat late show
12:15)
Mercede Cinema 4
Sunrise Blvd and University Dr, Sunrise, 954473-6700
Bto&reaflrThu 10/14 only 130,3:05,535,8:00,1030
Double JeopardyDaüy 130,3:10,520,7:30,9:40 fir low of
Me Ban» Thu 10/14 only 1030a Random HaartsThu 1:15,
4:15,720,1030; FriWed 1:30,420,7:15,9:45 *The Story
of Us FriWed 1:15,320,5:45,830,1030 Three AAgsThu
1225,3:10,525,7:45,1030; FriWed 130,3:15,525,7:45,
1030
Movies at Lauderhill
7800 W Commercial BM, Lauderhill, 954-7466507
The Adventures of Elmo in firuucMam/Thu, Mon-Wed 530,
73ftFriSun 130,330,530,730,9:10 BtoeSTreakThu,
Mon-Wed 535,520,720,830; FriSun 130,1:45,3:15,
4:15,520,7:1ft 720,920,1030 (FriSat late show 1230)
DouUeJeopardyThu, Mon-Wed 530,5:40,720,83ft Fri-
Sun 130,230,320,420,5:40,735,7:55,920 (FriSat late
shows 1020,11:50) DrinMeCrazyThu, Mon-Wed 520, -
720; FriSun 130,3:10,520,720,9:45 (FriSat late show
11:50) #/gttfita»FriSun 135,435,730,103ft MonWed
530,7:50 Inspector GadgetThu 10/14 only 5:15,7:15
mystery Abate Thu 10/14 only 5:10,7:50 *77» Omega Code
FriSun 1:15,320,5:40,7:50,1030 (FriSat late show
12:00); Mon-Wed 5:15,7:45 Random Marts Thu, MonWed
530,7:4ft FriSun 120,4:10,730,9:10 Runaway BrideThu,
MonWed 5:15,7:45; FriSun 120,4:00,7:10,925 (FriSat
late show 11:50) SuperetarThu, Mon-Wed 520,720; Fri-
Sun 1:10,3:15,520,720,9:45 (FriSatlate show 11:40)
Three AagtThu, Mon-Wed 535,520,720,725; FriSun
1:30,230,430,4:40,730,720,925,1030 (FriSatlate
show 1230)
Sawgrass Cinemas
2600 NW 136th Ave, Sunrise, 954446-1701
The Adventures of Elmo in GrouchlandThu 125,3:15,5:15,
730; Fri-Wed 125,3:15,4:55 American Beauty Daily 125,
4:16,730,920 (FriSatlate show 11:50) fikwAraakThu
12:45,330,5:15,725,9:45; Fri-Wed 1:10,3:10,535,725,
9:45 (FriSatlate show 1230) Double Jeopardylhu 12:45,
3:10,520,7:50, lftlft Fri-Wed 12:45,33ft 5:15,7:50,10:10
(FriSat late show 12:30) firm Ah (Ang/DaDy 12:55,335,
5:10,720,925 (FriSatlate show 11:45) */®ttCh«AFri-
Wed 12:45,3:40,6:50,920 (FriSat late show 12:15) fir
Lou tflhe Can» Thu 10/14 only 12:50,3:50,6:50,9:40
Jakob MeUrlhu 10/14 only 135,3:45,7:10,9:40
Afeffldhn/Thu 10/14 only 9:00 Mystery, Alaska Thu 120,
4:00,7:30,1035; Fri-Wed 7:00,925 (FriSatlate show
11:55) #77» OmegaCode FriWed 1:00,3:15,525,7:45,
1030 (FriSat late show 12:15) Random Hearts Daily 12:50,
120,320,420,6:55,725,9:40,10:10 (FriSat late show
1225) The Sixth Sense DeSy 1:10 (Thu 130), 320,7:15,
9:45 (FriSatlate show 1230) Stgmata Daily 1:15,3:40,
7:40,1030 (FriSatlate show 12:10) *TheStoiyofUsFn-
Wed 135,3:10,5:10,720,9:40 (FriSat late show 1150)
SuperstarThu 130,3:15,520,7:45,9:55; FriWed 130,
335,5:15,7:45,955 (FriSat late show 1220) Three Kings
Daily 120,435,7:15,950 (FriSat late show 1220)
Sunrise 8
4321 NW 88th AVe, Sunrise, 954-748-0333
The Adventures of Sebastian Cote Thu 10/14 only 1:45,4:15,
7:15, 9-A5 American Beauty Daily 130,230,4:00,530,730,
830,9:40 For Love of the Dame DaDy 120 (Ihu 1:10),4:10,
730,9:40 Jakob Me liar DaDy 120,420,720 (Ihu 720),
950 AhmAn/Thu 10/14 only420,720 *Mylife So /ar Fri
Wed 1:40,420,720,920 Plunkett AMadeaneThu 10/14
only 1:40,920 The RedKoHn Daily 1:10 (Thu 130), 3:50,
7:10,925 77» Sixth Sense Daily 1:50,420,720,1030 (Ihu
950) *TheStoryofUs Fri-Wed 130,330,5:10,720,9:45
Southwest Broward
Movies at Pembroke Pines
11350 Pines BM, Pembroke Pines, 954-435-3700
American BeautyThu 135,350,6:50,925; Fri-Wed 135,
350,6:45,920 (FriSat late show 11:55) St»SteaakThu
12:55,150,3:10,420,520,655,7:40,935,9:5ft Fri-Wed
1255,1:50,330,4:15,5:10,650,720,935,9:40 (FriSat
late shows 1120,1230) flouhfe Jeopardylhu 125,4:10,
730,9:3ft Fri-Wed 125,435,6:55,9:15 (FriSatlate show
11:40) wfíghtOubFiVWed 130,430,730,1030 The At»
fianfThu 1:00,330,5:00,7:1ft Fri-Wed 120,325,5:15,
7:15,9:10 ftAhsK of the HeartSat 730 Mystery, Alaska Thu
1:10,3:55,6:45,9:15; Fri-Wed 1:15,355,7:10 (except Sat),
9:45 Plunkett A MadeaneThu 10/14 only 9:35 Random
MsarteThu 1:15,4:15,735,955; Fri-Wed 1:10,4:10,735,
955 *TheStoryofUs FriWed 12:50,335,520,7:35,950
(FriSat late show 1235) The 13th NbmarThu 10/14 only
120,430,720 The Thomas Crown AflhrThu 10/14 only
120,435,735,955
Paradise 24 Theater
15601 Sheridan St Davie, 9545865171
The Adventures of Elmo in firaocMam/Thu 12:00,230,4:00,
630,830,1030; Fri-Wed 1230,2:00,4:00,6:00 (Sat
matinee 1030) American Beauty DaSy 12:10,2:10,2:30,
250,4:50,5:10,520,720 (except Thu), 7:50,8:10,10:10,
1020,10:50 (Sat matinees 10:10,11:4ft FriSat late show
1250) AmAgarThu 10/14 only 3:50,6:10,820,1050
Double Jeopardy Daily 12:15,12:45,2:45,3:15,5:15,5:45,
7:45,8:15,10:15,10:45 (FriSat late show 12:45) Drive Me
Craiy Daily 12:40,330,520,7:40,1030 (Sat matinee
lftlft FriSat late show 12:10) DudhyDoJHghtThu 10/14
only 1230,230 #/gfttGU Fri-Wed 1:45,230,4:45,530,
7:45,830,10:45,1055 (Sat matinees 10:45,1130) For Lon
oTthe fiameThu225,5:1ft 7:55,10:45; FriWed 830,10:45
â– TaknAMelkrThu 10/14 only 1220,2:50,520,7:50,1020
♦ThelmyFri-Wed 1:50,430,6:10,820,1020 (Sat
matinee 102ft FriSat late show 12:40) ARckeyBlue Eyes
Thu 10/14 only430,620,8:40,1055 Mystery AbskaThu
130,320,5:40,8:00,1020; Fri-Wed 130,320,5:40 (Sat
matinee 1020) Plunkett á Aladea/» Thu 10/14 only 120
Random Heals Daily 235,225,4:55,525,7:40,8:15,1020,
1055 (Sat matinees 1020,1125; FriSat late show 1:10)
RuiawayBrideThu 130,320,6:10,820,10:45; FriWed
820,10:45 The Sixth Sense Daily 1220,12:40,2:50,3:10,
520,5:40,7:50,8:10,1020,1050 (Sat matinee 10:0ft Fri-
Sat late show 12:50) StgmataThu 1:30; 3:50,6:10,820,
1050; Fri-Wed 130,320,5:40,830,1020 Stir of Echoes
Daily 12:55,3:1ft 5:35,7:55,10:15 (FriSatlate show
12:30) # The Stwy of Us Fri-Wed 1:00,1:30,3:10,3:40,520,
5:50,720,830,9:40,10:10 (Sat matinee 10:15; FriSatlate
show 1230) Superstar Daily 120,150,320,430,5:40,
6:10,750,820,1030,1020 (Sat matinees lft.40,11:4ft
FriSatlate show 12:10) Three AegsDaily 1230,1220,
12:40,220,250,3:10,530,520,5:40,7:30,75Ó, 8:10,
1030,1020,10:40 (Sat matinee 10:10; FriSat late show
12-30)
Pembroke Pines Cinema 8
12520 Pines BM, Pembroke Pines, 954437-7790
The Adventures of QmomGroucUandThu 120,320,520;
Fri 1220,320,5:1ft Sat-Wed 120,320,5:10 Drin Me Crazy
Daily 130,3:10,520 (Ihu 5:30), 7:50,10:10 (FriSat late
show 1220) fir Lou of the fiameThu 1:10,4:00,730,9:5ft
FriWed 730,950 Inspector GadgetThu 1:00,330,5:00;
Fri-Wed 130,330 Jakob the UarDaSy 1:10,3:50,7:10,9:50
AftmftnfThu 10/14 only 7:20,10:10 #7he Omega Co/feFri-
Wed 1:10,320,520,7:50,10:10 (FriSat late show 1220)
The Sixth Sense DaDy 1:40,420,720,10:00 (FriSatlate
show 1220) Stigmata Daily 530 (except Thu), 7:40,1030
(FriSat late show 1220) Superstar DaDy 1:30,320,5:30,
7:40,9:40 (FriSat late show 12:00) Three Kings Daily 1:30,
4:00,7:10,9:40 (FriSat late show 12:10)


Ridge Plaza 8
9200 State Rd 84, Davie, 954457-8407
The Biair Witch ProjectThu 1:45,5:55,8:20; Fri-Sun7:55,
10:00; Mon-Wed 7:55 Deep Blue Sea FriSun 1:30,525,7:50,
10:10; Mon-Wed 1:50,5:55,8:20 The Generáis Dau&terThu
1:55,5:40,8:15; Fri-Sun 1:25,4:50,7:30,10:05; Mon-Wed
1:55,5:40,8:15 The HauntingThu 2:15,5:35,8:25; Fri-Sun
1:15,5:00,7:45,10:20; Mon-Wed 1:45,5:55,8:25 Inspector
GatgrtThu 2:10,5:30,7:45; Fri-Sun 1:10,3:15,5:15,7:15,9:55
(Sun only); MonWed 2:05,5:30,7:45 (exceptWed) Thehm
fia/rtThu 2:05,5:50,8:00; FriSun 1D0,3:10,520; MonWed
2D0,5:45 UfekBeautifUFriSun 120,4:40,735, 10:15; Mon
Wed 1:45,5:30,8:10 StarWhrs Episode tThe Phantom Menace
Thu 1:50,5:15,8:05; Fri-Sun 1:30,4:30,7:20,10:10; Mon-
Wed 2:10,5:15,8:05 TarzanThu 2:00,5:30; Fri-Sun 1:05,
3:05,5:05 (exceptSat); MonWed 2:15,535 Universal Sokier
The Return Thu 1:45,5:35,8:10; Fri, Sun 8:00,10:25; Sat
10:25p; MonWed 7:50 Wild THU HfesfThu 10/14 only 8:00
Westfork Plaza 13
Pines Blvd and Dykes Rd, Pembroke Pines, 954-430-5505
Thu showtimes were not available at press time.
Blue Streak Fri-Wed 1:30,3:30,5:45,7:50,10:15 Double
Jeopardy Fri-Wed 12:45,3:15,5:35,7:55,10:25 Drive Me
Cray Fri-Wed 12:50,3:10,5:20,735,10:10 *RghtClub
Fri-Wed 1:45,4:50,7:45,10:30 For love of the Game Fri-
Wed 1:50,5:00,7:45,10:30 # The Omega Code Fri-Wed
12:30,2:50,5:10,7:15,9:30 Runaway Bride Fri-Wed 2:00,
4:30,'7:10,9:50 Stigmata Fñ-Wed 1:15,4:00,7:20,10:00
Stir of Echoes Fri-Wed 1:35,4:20,7:45,10:05*7 he Story
of Us Fri-Wed 1:10,3:25,5:40,8:10,10:25 Superstar Fri-
Wed12:40,3:00,5:30,8:10,10:25 Three Kings Fri-Wed
12:30,1:20,3:00,4:15,5:35,7:00,8:10,9:40,10:30
Weston 8
1338 SW 160th Ave, Weston, 954-384-7713
BlueStreakThu 5:10,7:35,9:50; Fri-Sun 12:20,2:45,5:05,
7:25,9:40; Mon-Wed 5:05,7:25,9:40 Double Jeopardy Thu
5:00,7:30,10:05; Fri-Sun 12:15,2:25,4:45,7:15,9:45; Mon
Wed 4:45,7:15,9:45 Drive Me CrayThu 4:45,7:05,9:30; Fri-
Sun 12:05,2:15,4:20,7:05,930; MonWed 4:20,7:05,9:20
For love of the fiameThu 10/14 only 4:00,6:45,9:35 Random
ffearb Thu 4:05,7:00, Í0:00; Fri-Sun 1:00,4:00,6:50,
9:30; Mon-Wed 4:00,6:50,9:30 The Sixth SenseThu 5:15,
7:40,9:55; Fri-Sun 12:25,2:50,5:10,7:35,9:55; Mon-Wed
5:10,7:35,9:55 * The Story of Us Fri-Sun 12:30,2:40,4:50,
7:00,9:15; Mon-Wed 4:50,7:00,9:15 SuperstarThu 4:55,
7:20,9:40; FriSun 12:10,2:20,4:25,7:20,9:35; Mon-Wed
4:25,7:20,9:35 Three Kings Thu 4:50,7:15,9:45; FriSun
12:00,2:30,5:00,7:30,10:00; Mon-Wed 5:00,7:30,10:00
Southeast Broward
Oakwood 18 Cinemas
2800 Oakwood Dlvd, Hollywood, 954-923-7777
The Adventures of Elmo in GrouchlandThu 12:05,2:05,4:10,
6:10,8:05,10:05; Fri-Wed 12:35,2:25,4:40,6:55 American
BeautyDtily IDO (Ihu 1:10), 2:15 (Ihu 2:10), 4D0,4:50,6:50,
7:40 (Thu 7:30), 9:30,1035 (Thu 10:10) (FriSat late show
12:10) flbeSreakThu 1235,1:00,2:50,330,5D5,5:40,7:35,
8:10,955,1035; Fri-Wed 12:45,3:15,5:40,8D5,1030 (FriSat
late show 12:35) Double JeopanfyThu 1230,2:15,2:45,4:40,
- 5:10,7D0,7:40,9:25,10:00; Fri-Wed 12:25,2:10,2:55,4:30,
530,7:00,7:50,930,10:10 (FriSat late show 11:50) Drive Me
CrazyThu 12:10,2:30,4:55,7D5,9:10; Fri-Wed 12:40,3:05,
535,7:55,10:00 (FriSat late show 12D5) * fight Ckib Fri-Wed
1:10,2:00,4:10,5:00,7:10,8:10,10:15 (Fri-Sat late show
1130) For Love oTthe fiameThu 10/14 only 12:30,3:30,6:35,
10:25 Jakob the tfarThu 10/14 only 12:00,6:45 Mystery,
AlaskaTtm 1:55,4:25,6:55,9:20; Fri-Wed 1:40,4 35,7:05,
9:45 (Fri-Sat late show 12:25) * The Omega Code Fri-Wed
12:15,235,4:55,7:15,935 (FriSat late show 11:55) Random
«Darts Thu 12:45,130,3:40,430,6:40,730,9:40,1030; Fri-
Wed 12:50,130,350,4:35,6:40,730,935,1030 (FriSat late
show 12:15) The Sixth SenseThu 1235,3D0,535,7:45,10:15;
Fri-Wed 12:15,2:40,5:15,7:45,10:05 (Fri-Sat late show
12:30) StigmataThu 12:40,2:55,5:15,7:25,9:45; Fri-Wed
9:15 FriSat late show 11:40) StUofEchoesihu 10/14 only
2:20,4:35,9:15 #Jhe Story of Us Fri-Wed 12:05,2:30,5:10,
7:35,9:55 (FriSat late show 12:20) SuperefarThu 12:15,
2:35,5:00,7;15,935; Fri-Wed 12:30,2:50,5:05,7:25,9:40
(FriSat late show 12D0) Three Kings Thu 12:00,1:50,2:40,
! 4:30,5:20,7:10,7:55,9:50,10:30; Fri-Wed 12:10,1:50,2:45,
4:45,535,7:20,8:00,9:50,10:35 (FriSat late show 12:25)
Sheridan Plaza 12
4999 Sheridan St, Hollywood, 954-987-4680
The Adventures of Ekno in Grouchlantfiim 1:55,5:10,7:10,9:10;
FriSun 130,3:15,5:1ft MonWed 130 BteStraaAThu 130,
5:15,735,9:45; FriSun 1D5,3D5,5:15,735,9:45 (FriSat late
show 12D0); MonWed 1:40,5:15,735,9:45 DoubUJeopardy
Thu 1:35,530,7:45,10:10; FriSun 1:30,430,7D5,935 (Fri-
Satiate show 12:05); Mon-Wed 135,5;20,7:45,10:10 Drive
Me CrazyThu 1:40,530,7:50,10:15; FriSun 1:15,335,535,
7:50,9:55 (FriSatlate show 12:10); MonWed 2:00,5:35,
7:50,9:55 #/%Mfifab FriSun 1:00,4:10,730,10:30; Mon
Wed 1:30,4:00,7:00,10:00 ForLoveoftheGameThu 10/14
only 1:50,7:10 Jakob theLiarThu 10/14 only 2D0,4:45,7:10
history AlaskaThu 10/14 only4:40, 10-.05*The Omega Code
Fri, MonWed 1:30,5:30,7:45,10:00 (Fri late show 12:15);
SatSun 1:00,3:15,530,7:45, IODO (Satiate show 12:15)
Random HeartsThu 1:30,430,7:10,10:0ft FriSun 1:05; 4:00,
7D0,9:50 (FriSat late show 12:30); MonTue 1:45,4:15,7:10,
10D5; Wed 1:45,4:15,7D0,9:50 RunawiyBrideThu 1:50,535,
8D0,103ft FriSun 7:10,9:40 (FriSat late show 12D0); Mon
Tue 430,7:10,9:40; Wed 430 The Sixth SenseThu 1:40,530,
7:45,10:15; FriSun 130,5:10,7:40,10:05 (FriSat late show
12:25); Mon-Wed 1:50,5:10,7:40,10:15 Stigmata Thu-Sun
2:00,5D5,7:20,9:40 (FriSat late show 11:55); Mon-Wed
2D0,5:05,930 StirofEchoesThu 10/14 only 9:40 *The Story
of Us FriSun 1:10,3:20,5:40,8:00,1030 (Fri-Sat late show
1230); Mon-Wed 1:40,5:40,8:00,10:15 SuparetarThu 1:45,
5:10,7:15,930; Fri-Wed 1:15 (MonWed 1:55), 3:10 (except
MonWed), 5:20,7:15,9:20 (FriSat late show 11:30) Three
Rugs Daily 1:45,5:00,7:35,10:10 (FriSat late show 12:30)
Taft-Hollywood Cinema 12
7001 Taft St, Hollywood, 954-981-5443
Thu showtimes were not available at press time.
American Pie Fri-Wed 5:20,730,930 (SatSun matinee 330)
fig flatty Fri-Wed 5:00,7:05,9D0 (SatSun matinee 3:00) The
Blair Witch fttyecf Fri-Wed 5:15,7:15,9:15 (SatSun matinee
3:15) Deep Blue Sea Fri-Wed 5:15,735,935 (SatSun matinee
3:05) fflfckFri-Wed 5:20,7:2ft 930 (SatSun matinee 3:20)
Dudley DthRight Fri-Wed 5:10,7:10,9:10 (SatSun matinee
3:10) TheflaunttgFriWed 5:10,730,9:30 (SatSun matinee
3:00) Inspector Gadget Fri-Wed 5:00,7:00,9:00 (SatSun
matinee 3:00) Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Fri-
Wed 6:45,9:20 (Sat-Sun matinee 3:20) Tarzan Fri-Wed
5D5,7:05,9:00 (SatSun matinee 3D5) Universal Sokfer. The
Return Fri-Wed 5:30,7:30,9:30 (SatSun matinee 3:30) THU
WIU West Fri-Wed 5:15,7:25,935 (SatSun matinee 3:05)
South Palm
Boynton Beach 8 Cinemas
2290 N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, 501-7344)027
Thu showtimes were not available at press time.
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland FriWed 2:30,4:00
American Beauty Fri-Wed 2:00,2:30,4:30,5:00,7:15,7:45,
9:45,10:15 fl/ue Streak Fri-Wed 2:15,4:45,7:15,9:30
Double Jeopardy Fri-Wed 2:15,4:30,7:30,10:00 *Fight
Club Fri-Wed 1:45,4:45,7:45,10:25 Mystery Alaska Fri-
Wed 7:00,10:00 * The Stay of «s Fri-Wed 2:00,4:15,
7:00,9:30 Three Kings Fri-Wed 1:45,4:15,7:30,5:45
Boynton Cinema
9784 S Military DH, Boynton Beach, 561-360-7500
American Pie Daily 1:40,4:20,7:20,9:50 Arimgton floatf Daily
1:40,4:20,730,9:50 The Stair THtchPirgectThu 10/14only
1:30,4:10,7:10,9:40 Brokedown PalaceThu 10/14 only 135,
4:15,7:15,9:45 Inspector Gadget Daily 1:30,4:10,7:10,9:40
The Iron Grant Daily 1:45,4:25,735,9:55 King of Masks Fri-
Wed 1:35,4:15,7:15,9:45 Ufé Is teaufflWFriWed 1:45,4:25,
7:25,9:55 Tea With Mussolini Daily 1:35,4:15,7:15,9:45
Universal Sokter. ThefletawThu 10/14 only 1:45,4:25,735,
9:55 Aw XU the Sent Down fiWFri-Wed 1:30,4:10,7:10,9:40
Delray 18
1668 S Federal Hwy; Delray Beach, 561-272-2900
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland Daily 1:50,4:50,6:50
(Thu only) American Beauty Daily 1:20,4:20,7:20,9:50
Better Than Chocolate Thu 130,4:20,7:20,10:10; Fri-Wed
4:40,10:10 Blue Streak Daily 1:50,4:50,7:30,10:00 Buena
Vista SocialClubThu 10/14 only IDO, 4D0,7:00,9:40 Double
Jeopardy Daily 1:40,4:40,7:15,10:05 Drive Me Crazy Daily
1:50,4:50,7:30,9:50 *F¡0itOub Fri-Wed 1:00,4:00,7:00,
10:00 ForLoveoftheGameThu 10/14 only 1:10,4:10,6:50,
9:45 ht The Deep Fri-Wed 130,430,730,10:10 Jakob the Uar
Thu 1:40,4:40,7:10,10:00; Fri-Wed 1:40,7:10 The Minus Man
Fri-Wed 1:10,4:10,6:50,10:00 MumfordThu 10/14 only
930 Mystery AfesteThu 1:10,4:10,6:50,9:30; Fri-Wed 6:50,
9:30 Random Mearte Daily 1:10,1:40,4:10,4:40,7D0,7:30,
9:45,10:15 Runaway Bride Daily 1:30,430,7:10,9:50 The
Sixth Sense Daily 1:00,4:00,7:00,9:40 *7he Stay of its Fri-
Wed 1:10,4:10,6:50,9:40 Superstar Daily 1:30,4:30,7:40,
9:45 The Thomas Crown Affair Paily 1:20,4:20,7:20,10:10
Three HSgs Daily 1:00,130,4:00,4:30,7:10,7:40,9140,10:10
Delray Square Theatres
4809 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-4964)884
Arimgton RoadThu 1:30,4:15; Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,
9:30 The Blair Witch ProjectThu 10/14 only 1:30,4:15,
7:10, 9:30 Deep Blue Sea Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,930 The
HarmonistsThu 10/14 only 7:10,9:30 Life Is Beautiñil Fri
Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The Muse Daily 1:30,4:15,7:1Q,
9:30 The Red VioUn Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Universal
Soldier: The Return Thu 10/14 only 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
A Walk on the MoonThu 10/14 only 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
Mission Bay Cinema 8
10101 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561451-9011
American Beauty Daily 1:15,2:00,4:00,5:00,7:00,8:00,
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10:00 Drive Me Crazy Daily 1:00,3:15,5:30,7:50,10:10 for Lore of the Gam
Thu 10/14 only 4:00,7:00,10:00 *Ham Texas Fri-Wed 1:30,4:00,7:20,9:55
The Iron Giant Daily 1:30 Mystery Alaska Daily 1:15 (Thu only), 4:15,7:15,
10:10 Random Hearts Daily 1:00,2:00,4:10,5:10,7:15,8:15,10:10 (Thu
10:15) Superstar Daily 1:30,3:30,5:30,7:30,9:50
Mizner Park 8
301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-368-7744
American BeautyThu 1:40,520,7:55,10:25; FrkSun 1:45,4:50,7:40,1020 (Fri-Sat
late show 1235); Mon-Wed 1:45,5:15,7:50,1020 BheS&wtfThu 2:00,5:40,7:55,
1020; FriSun 230,5:15,7:50,10:15 (Fri-Satlate show 1220); Mon-Wed 4:55,10:15
Double JeopartfyThu 1:55,525,7:40,10:05;FriSun 1:55,535,735,10:10 (Fri-Sat
late show 12:30); Mon-Wed 1:55,520,7:50,10:10 «/©ttfitah FriSun 1:00,4:00,
7:10,1025; Mon-Wed 1:30,430,7:30,10:30 for Love oftheGamThu 1:50,5:35,
825; FriSal 1225a Mystery AlssAaThu 10/14 only 1:35,5:15,7:50,1030 Random
Hearts Thu 125,455,7:45,1035; FriSun 1:10,4:05,7:00,9:55 (FriSat late show
12:40); Mon-Wed 1:10,4:45,7:40,1025 The Sixth SenseThu 1:45,5:10,7:45,10:10;
FriSun 125,4:45,720,9:45; Mon-Wed 125,5:05,725,9:50 StarMrsfpisodet The
Phantom Menace Moh-Wed 130,7:10 *The Stay of Us FriSun 1:40,5:10,730,1030
(Fri-Sat late show 12:15); MoriWed 1:40,5:10,7:45,9:55 Three Tff/igs Thu 1:30,
5:05,730,9:55; FriSun 1:30,4:40,725,10:00; MonWed 1:50,530,735,10:05
Movies at Boynton
244 N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, 561-736-5770
Drive Me Crazy Daily 1:05,3:20,5:30,7:45,10:00 for Love of the Game Daily
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1:10,4:10,730,9:45 Outside Providence Daily 1:05,3:15,520,7:30,9:35
Random HeartsThu 125,3:2», 5:00,7:00,9:55; Fri-Wed 1:20,4:15,7:10,9:50
Buna way Onde Daily 1:10,3:45,7:05,9:30 The Both Sense Daily 1:00,3:10,
5:20,7:30,9:40 Strata Daily 1:15,3:30,5:35,7:40,9:45 Stir of Echoes Daily
1:00,3:15,525,7:35,9:50 Superstar Daily 1:25,3:20,5:00,7:00,9:55
Movies of Delray
7421W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-6384)020
Double Jeopardy Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,930 for Love of the Game Thu
10/14 only 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Jakob the Liar Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
Random Hearts Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The Sbcth Sense Daily 1:30,4:15,
7:10,9:30 # The Story of Us Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
Shadowood 16
9889 6lades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-482-2296
TheAdvemuresofBminGroucHandDaSsy 12:40,3:10,5:10,7:30,9:40 The Adventures
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7 he Adventures of Sebastian Befe Thu 10/14 only
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Lake Worth 8
5881 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, 561-964-5555
Drive Me Crazy Daily 1:45,4:00,7:20,9:45 for Love of
the Gam Daily 2:10 (Thu 2:00), 5:00,8:00 Mumford
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The Blair Witch ProjectThu 10/14 only 130,4:15,
7:10,930 Deep Blue Sea Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,
9:30 Life Is Beautiful Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,930-
The Muse Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The Red Violin
Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,930 Tea With Mussolini Daily
1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The Thomas Drown AffairFri
Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Universal Soldier. The
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Okee Square Theatre
2027 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, 561-697-7714
American Beauty Daily 1:10,3:50,7:20 (Thu 7:15), 10:05 Blue Streak Daily
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Royal Palm Beach 18
1003 State Rd 7, Royal Palm Beach, 561-7954)022
Please call for showtimes.
Silver Screen Cinema
12795 W Forest Hill Blvd, Wellington, 561-7930657
American As Thu 10/14 only 7:15,8:55 Inspector GadgetThu, Mon 4:00,5:30;
Fri 1:00,3:00,5:30; Sat 12:30,2:30,5:00; Sun 1:00,3:00,5:00; Tue-Wed 3:30,
5:10 The Iron ffianfThu, Mon 3:30,5:10; Fri-Sat 12:00,2:00,4:00,6:00; Sun
12:30,2:30,4:3»; Tue-Wed 4:00,5:30 Jakob the Liar Fri-Sat 7:15,9:25; Sun
6:30,8:45; Mon 7:15,9:15; Tue-Wed 6:45,8:55 The Thomas Crown Affair Thu
6:45,8:55; Fri-Sat 7:45,9:55; Sun 6:55,8:55; Mon 6:45; Tue-Wed 7:15,9:15
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6198 S Congress Ave, Lantana, 561-642-6565
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201N Federal Hwy, Jupiter, 561-747-7333
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735,9:50 «The Omega Code Fri-Wed 130,430,7:15,930 Random Hearts Daily
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PGA Cinema 6
1-95 and PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, 561-6268421
American BeautyThu 1230,1:20,3:00,4:15,5:40,735,8:30,9:45; Fri-Wed 120,
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Promenade Plaza 8
9930 Alt State Rd A1 A, Palm Beach Gardens, 561824-2664
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3:20,530,7:40,9:50 Three Kings Daily 1:20,4:10,7:30,9:40


Zuleyma Guevara plays the young Charlayne Woodard
Dixie Chick
By Robin Dougherty
“Pretty fire” is the shockingly inappropriate
term the young Charlayne Woodard gave to
the sight of a cross burning in her grandpar-
ents’ front yard. If s also the name of her auto-
biographical one-woman show, which tells the
story of how as a child she witnessed this
hateful conflagration while visiting her rela-
fives in Georgia, as well as other, happier mile-
stones of her growing up. First performed by
Woodard in Los Angeles in 1993 and now pro-
duced by the legendary Vinnette Carroll, the
show, which stars South Florida actress Zuley :
ma Guevara, is less a sólo piece than a multi-
media celebration of childhood and memory.
Woodard, who starred in the 1978 Broad-
way premiere of Ain’t Misbehavin’, has said
that she wrote Pretty Fire after arriving in Los
Angeles in 1989 and realizing there weren’t
many roles for black women, no matter
how talented they might be. (She’s recently
played a recurring character on CBS’s Chica-
go Hope) Fearful that her live-theater acting
chops would become rusty, she created a
show based on her memories of growing up
in a close-knit extended family in Albany,
New York, and on trips the family took to
see her grandparents in rural Rosignol Hill,
Georgia. Pretty Fire, which won a 1993 Los
Angeles Drama Critics Circle award for best
play and later ran off-Broadway at the Man-
hattan Theatre Club, doesn’t entirely live up
to the chilling image of its title, but the cur-
rent production at the Vinnette Carroll The-
atre more than brings life to the spirit of
Woodard’s imagination.
Performed on the Vinnette Carroll’s cozy
stage, a former church nave, where the bare
outline of a house foundation with front steps
and a suspended window frame suggest a
family home, the show revolves around Gue-
vara, a lithe and appealing actress who nar-
rates and acts the part of the young Char-
layne. Of the troupe of actors and dancers
who join her, foremost is Deidré Washington-
Capp, who plays Charlayne’s younger sister.
Other characters include Charlayne’s par-
ents, her two sets of grandparents, and mem-
bers of her local youth choir who witness the
future actress’ seduction by show biz. These
people put in appearances, but Charlayne is
the only one who speaks. So the show has the
feel of a monologue but the look of a fully
fleshed out, large-cast production, replete
with musical selections, from gospel hymns
to Porgy and Bess numbers.
Deftly choreographed by Eulyce Williams
Eason, the dance numbers fill out the show
in which the writing is thin enough-to war-
rant some support. One gorgeous sequence,
for example, “describes” the waves of pain
Charlayne’s mother experiences when her
baby comes early. (Woodard was a preemie,
weighing in at less than two pounds.) Anoth-
er bewitching dance shows the two girls
bathing outside their grandparents’ farm-
house, the river a rippling blue cloth held
by two dancers. And yet another shows her
grandfather chopping wood to prepare for
the baby coming home from the hospital af-
ter an 11-month stay. In the most exuberant
part of the show, the dance troupe reenacts
Charlayne’s performances with her youth
choir, drawing the audience in with a bois-
terous group rendition of “He’s Got the Whole
World in His Hands.”
Pretty Fire recounts how Woodard’s parents
almost named her “Africa,” till her grand-
father protested that she’d “have a hard
enough time as it is” navigating life without
being burdened with a por tentous name, As it
happens, the most compelling parts of the
show describe Woodard discovering some of
life’s great contradictions. For example, her
mother coaches her to ignore children who
call her a “nigger,” but she can’t stomach the
sound of her children singing “Dixie.” Char-
layne likes the tune. “Dixie meant the South,
and the South meant our grandparents.... We
sang ‘Dixie’ sotto voce.” Soon enough, when
the young girl gets an up-close look at the
burning cross in the yard, she realizes that
the fire and other aspects of Dixie are not
pretty or comforting, after all J)ut ugly.
With details like these, Woodard’s memo-
ríes of her family and her heritage ought to
be more than enough fodder for drama, par-
ticularly in this portrait of the young actress.
In one haunting sequence, Charlayne’s
mother pulls her daughters away from the
TV set to ask them what they’d like to be
when they grow up. Charlayne picks Shirley
Temple, noting that she’d be able to live in a
big house “with my happy Negro butler.” To
her mother’s horror, Charlayne’s little sister
announces she would like to be a maid. With
this keen and personal criticism of the
derogatory images of African-Americans on
TV, Woodard makes one of the few artic
ulate statements in
Pretty Fire, which
otherwise unwinds
without much struc-
ture or direction.
Despite Woodard’s
ear for the poetic and
humorous, there are
too few of these elec-
trifying moments in
the show. The second
half of the play, which
focuses on Woodard’s
foray into performing,
is par ticularly thin and
generic. I’m inclined
to think that the ac-
tress would have been
better served by work-
ing with an experi-
enced writer, who
might have been able
to flush out the more
insubstantial sections
of this work with a
more engaging narra-
tive. Anyone who can come up with childhood
memories that include the labeling of oaks
covered with Spanish moss as “lace trees” de-
serves someone who can translate her images
into compelling drama.
The young Charlayne’s discoveries of the
contradictory relationships between African-
Americans and the American South are fasci-
nating. But because they’re not tightly woven
into a larger design, even the most potentially
spellbinding scenes lose their power. Impor-
tant characters come and go, leaving only
small impressions. I haven’t seen the actress’
second autobiographical play. Titled Neat, an
abbreviation for Beneatha, the name of a fa-
vorite aunt, the show ran off-Broadway last
year. In the case of Pretty Fire, the family
member who best comes into relief is Char-
layne’s grandmother. When quizzed about
feminism, she claims that she’s always known
that women can work as hard as men, but she
nonetheless tells her granddaughters that, if
they ever meet a man who wants to put them
on a pedestal, they should “crawl up on it and
take a nap for me.” With lines like these,
Woodard’s people beg for more definition
than the playwright gives, them.
Under the direction of Vinnette Carroll her-
self, this current production is thoughtfully
and beautifully realized. Not coincidentally
Carroll, who was nominated for a Tony for
her celebrated 1976 show Your Arms Too
Short to Box With God, jump-started her
own career by creating a one-woman show.
The result has been an extraordinary career
stretching over the past three decades. The
actress/playwright/producer will be honored
next month by the Society of Stage Directors
and Choreographers in New York, who have
named her one of the “most creative, influen-
tial, and innovative directors of this century.”
(She was the first African-American woman
to win a Tony nomination and has-garnered a
total of three. She also won an Obie for her
acting in the New York production of Moon
on a Rainbow Shawl. With Langston Hughes
she directed the original production of Black
Nativity) She brings an intelligent and inven-
five professionalism to this production. South
Florida is lucky to count her among our work-
ing artists. Here’s looking forward to the pro-
ductions yet to come.
Pretty Fire. Written by Charlayne Woodard. Directed
by Vinnette Carroll. Choreographed by Eulyce
Williams Eason. With Zuleyma Guevara, Deidré
Washington-Capp; Teddy Harrell, Jr.; Ray Lockhart;
Lineen Farmer; Zedryc Keith Dembry; Rogers Har-
roll, Jr.; Michelle Hill; and Levon Randall. Through
October 17. Vinnette Carroll Repertory Company at
the Vinnette Carroll Theatre, 503 SE Sixth St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954462-2424.
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Theater
Antigone: Sophocles’ tragedy about a young woman
who defies authority to obtain a proper burial for
her brother. See '“Night & Day.” Through Oct 24.
Fri-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm. Academy Theatre, 2700
W Oakland Park Blvd, Ste 20, Fort Lauderdale,
954486-8876.
Beau Jest: Comedy about a Jewish woman who
hires an actor to play her Jewish boyfriend, a
successful doctor, for the benefit other parents,
who are coming to dinner. Through Nov 28. Wed-
Sat 8 pm; matinee Wed and Sun 2 pm. Broward
Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W Sample Rd, Coral
Springs, 954-344-7765.
A Chorus Line: The Community Theater of Miami
Lakes-Hialeah presents Michael Bennett’s
Broadway hit about the lives and loves of chorus
dancers in a big Broadway show. Through Oct 24.
Fii 7:30 pm, Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm. Barbara
Goieman High School Auditorium, 14100 NW 89th
Ave, Miami Lakes, 305-274-9282.
A Closer Whlk With Patsy Cline: Dean Regan’s musical
about the life of the country-and-westem star,
starring Leslie Jo Bissett and Jack Cole. Bissett is
a personable performer with a big, warm Cline-
like voice, even if she’s perkier by far than the
real-life Cline. The on-stage band, which plays ’50s
and ’60s radio jingles in addition to accompanying
Bissett, is lively and sharp. The show, though,
does not offer any new insight into Cline’s life or
music. Through Oct 24. Wed, Fri, and Sat 8 pm,
Sun 7 pm; matinee Sat-Sun 2 pm. Cuillo Center For
the Arts, 201 Clematis St, West Palm Beach,
561-832-2405.
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 McArf s Rooftop Cabaret Theatre, 303
SE Mizner Blvd, Ste 213, Boca Raton, 561-392-3755
or 800-841-6765.
Finian's Rainbow: Broadway-bound revival of the
1947 musical about a man with a pot of gold who
runs afoul of racist politicians in die fictional land
of Missitucky. Songs include “Old Devil Moon”
and “How Are Things in Glocca Morra?” Through
Nov 21. Tue-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm; matinee Sat-Sun
2 pm. Coconut Grove Playhouse, 3500 Main Hwy,
Miami, 305442-4000.
High Society. Musical version oí The Philadelphia
Story , about two ex-lovers who find that they’re
still meant for each other, featuring a score by
Cole Porter. Songs include ‘Well, Did You Evah?”
“Let’s Misbehave,” and “Just One ofThose
Things.” Through Nov 28. Tue-Sat 8 pm (dinner
6 pm), Sun 6 pm (dinner 4 pm); matinee Wed and
Sat 2 pm (lunch at noon). Royal Palm Festival
DinnerTheatre, 303 SE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton,
561-392-3755 or 8Ó0-841-6765.
The Horror Café: Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster,,
and other creeps (impersonated by actors) â– 
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.
How I Learned to Drive: Paula Vogel’s 1996 Pulitzer
Prize winner about a young woman whose uncle
draws her into an unsavory relationship is
directed with mixed success by Roberto
Préstigiacomo. As the two leads, Pamela Roza and
Matthew Wright give performances that are
palpably urgent, ¿illy fleshed out but cozy enough
to fit into this theater’s small space. Less
successful are the depictions of the secondary
characters, a kind of Greek chorus, that come off
as cartoons in this production. Through Oct 31.
Thu-Sat 8 pm, Sun (Oct 24 only) 7 pm; matinee
Sun 2 pm. New Theatre, 65 Almería Ave, Coral
Gables, 305443-5909.
Just the Funny Improv Comedy Theater: Former
members of Laughing Gas perform comedy,
parodies, and improv skits. Ongoing. Fri-Sat
11 pm. Absinthe House Cinematheque, 235
Alcazar Ave, Coral Gables, 305446-7144.
Late Hite Catechism: Solo comedy piece, starring
Catholic-school survivor Maripat Donovan,
revisits the absurdities of a Catholic education.
Through Oct 17. Thu and Sat 7:30 pm, Fri 7 and
10 pm; matinee Sun 3 pm. Broward Center For the
Performing Arts, 201SW 5th Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954462-0222.
Laughing Gas Comedy Improv Theatre Company:
Troupe gives audiences 90 minutes of “creative
anarchy” featuring sketches, music, and
improvised comedy based on crowd input.
Ongoing. Thu 9 pm. Seven Seas Lounge at the
Newport Crowne Plaza Resort Hotel, 16701
Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach. And Fri-Sat 11 pm.
New Theatre, 65 Almería Ave, Coral Gables,
305461-1161.
Lost in Winkers: Neil Simon’s nostalgic Tony-
winning comedy about two boys growing up with
their grandmother and aunt. Through Oct 17. Fri-
Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm. Curtain Call
Playhouse at the Township Center For the .
Performing Arts, 2452 Lyons Rd, Coconut Creek,
954-970-0606.
Lydia's Plumber: The Public Theatre’s 1999
Lesbian/Gay Play Festival kicks off with Vince
Rhomberg’s comedy about a woman who falls in
love with her female plumber. Through Oct 24.
Fri-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7:30 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm.
Museum of Art Auditorium, 1 E Las Olas Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-568-2243.
Murder at Cafe Heir. Audience-participation
murder-mystery modeled on ’40s detective
dramas. Ongoing. Sat 7:30pm (includes dinner).
The Landmark, 219 N 21st Ave, Hollywood,
954-922-7488.
Hot How, Darling!: Bedroom farce by Ray Cooney
and John Chapman about mistaken identity.
Oct 15-Jan 16. Thu-Sat 8 pm; matinee Wed and Sun
2 pm. Broward Stage Door Theatre, 8036
W Sample Rd, Coral Springs, 954-344-7765.
Hude Boys Prancing About Robert Coles’ melodrama is
about “exploitative theater and the cult of youth.” Not
to be confused with the recent Naked Boys Singing!
Through Oct 31. Fri-Sun 8 pm. EDGE/Theatre,
405 Española Way, Miami Beach, 305-531-6083.
Parallel Lives: Comedy by actress-writers Mo
Gaffney and Kathy Najimy based on The Kathy
and Mo Show, the recent off-Broadway hit and
HBO favorite, and performed by Elena Garcia and
Maggie Marigold, members of the comedy troupe
Separate Checks. Through Oct 17. Wed-Fri 8 pm,
Sat 5 and 9 pm, Sun 7 pm; matinee Wed and Sun
2 pm. Hollywood Playhouse, 2640 Washington St,
Hollywood, 954-922-0404.
Pretty Fire: Reviewed in this issue. Through
Oct 17. Fri-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 4 pm. Vinnette
Carrol] Theater, 503 SE 6th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954462-2424.
Punch 59: Comedy troupe performs late-night
show on alternating Sat nights. Ongoing. Sat
11 pm. Hollywood Boulevard Theatre, 1938
Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, 954-929-5400 or
954-5834577.
Ragtime: Touring production of the 1998 multiple
Tony Award winner, based on E.L Doctorow’s
best-selling novel about three families in turn-of-
the-century New York. Through Oct 23. (Fri,
Oct 15, in sign language.) Mon-Sat 8 pm; matinee
Wed, Sat, and Sun 2 pm. Broadway Series at the
Broward Center For the Performing Arts, 201
SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954462-0222.
Reception to Follow: World premiere of Mark
Dunn’s comedy about a woman who gets cold feet
right before her wedding to her high-school
sweetheart Through Oct 17. Wed-Sat 8 pm;
matinee Sat-Sun 2 pm. Delray Beach Playhouse,
950 NW 9th St, Delray Beach, 561-272-1281.
Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know. Musical
comedy revue about world travel, based on Wendy
Perrin’s well-known travel guide for Fodoris.
Through Jan 2. Wed-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sim 2 pm.
Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre, 280
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305444-9293.
Separate Checks: 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 Singular Dorothy Parker: Ellen Simmons
portrays the famous writer and Algonquin wit.
Through Oct 31. Wed-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm.
Hollywood Boulevard Theatre, 1938 Hollywood
Blvd, Hollywood, 954-929-5400.
Sophie, Totie & Belle: Musical about the fictional
meeting of famous comediennes Sophie Tucker,
Totie Fields, and Belle Barth. Through Nov 28.
Wed-Sat 8 pm; matinee Wed, Sat, and Sun 2 pm.
The Drama Center, 2345 W Hillsboro Blvd,
Deerfield Beach, 954-571-7909 or 800-633-1194.
Take Him Out of the Ballgame: Rick’s Murder
Mystery’Tour group presents an interactive
dinner-theater piece geared toward South Florida
audiences. The owner of the World Series-winning
Florida Flounders wants to trade his high-paid
players, and murder ensues. Ongoing. Wed 8 pm. -
Rockwell’s, 515 N Flagler Dr, 20th Fir, West Palm
Beach, 561-835-8061.'
Dance
Miami City Ballet: The company’s season-opening
program features Prodigal Son, La Casa de
Bernarda Alba, and Theme and Variations.
Oct 20-24. Wed-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm. Bailey
Concert Hall, Broward Community College, 3501
SW Davie Rd, Davie, 954475-6884.
Milonga Boulevard: Argentina’s Nueva Compañía
Tangueros performs the tango dance piece
created by company directors Mairachiara
Michieli and Marco Castellani, which is said to be
a tango version of Romeo and Juliet. Wed, Oct 20,
8 pm. Coral Springs City Centre Theatre, 2855
Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs, 954-344-5990.
The Raven: Members of the Klein Dance troupe
perform the program of dance, movement, and
storytelling based on the Edgar Allen Poe story, and
students from the company’s dance school join the
professionals to perform Relative Virtuosity, a one-
act dance set to Bach’s “Suite For Unaccompanied
Cello.”- See “Night & Day.” Oct 16-17. Sat 8 pm, Sun
2 pm. Kaplan Jewish Community Center, 3151
N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, 561-689-0818.
Opera
Mike Plautin: The bass baritone soloist performs
operatic arias and traditional Russian songs
accompanied by local pianist Dr. Robert Sharon.
See “Night & Day.” Sun, Oct 17,3 pm. Home of
company artistic director Francesco Pace, 14587
Halter Rd, Wellington, 561-798-3375.
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Bird-pocked wood serves as the “canvas" of Katherine McCauley's Paleo Prayer
The Naturals
By Michael Mills
Although nearly 100 pieces of art, some quite
large, are on view in the fall exhibition at the
Coral Springs Museum of Art, the works
have been placed so strategically throughout
the museum’s 10,000 square feet that there’s
no sense of clutter or overkill. The spacious,
airy, light-flooded main gallery, in particular,
makes a wonderful sculpture garden of sorts
for the show, offering plenty of room to walk
around and take in the'pieces from all angles
before you head into the series of interlock-
ing spaces to the left and the small, intimate
galleries to the right
“Elements: Steel, Stood, and Paper" features the
work of six artists based in South Florida,
and museum director Barbara O’Keefe has
loosely organized the pieces by medium.
Most of the main gallery is devoted to steel
sculpture, leaving the partially open spaces to
the left for wooden sculptures and a series of
acrylic-on-paper paintings. Watercolors occu-
py most of the smaller galleries, the ones
in which former museum benefactor Max
Schacknow used to display his own work,
and some acrylic canvases hang in the far
reaches of that section.
The acrylic canvases are the work of Pat
Rosenstein, who’s more or less the “odd
woman out” in terms of theeshow’s theme.
There’s no steel, wood, or paper in her
pieces, which are trompe l’oeil paintings that,
toy with light and shadows and textures to
create near-photographic illusions of reality.
Rosenstem’s best two pictures here, Divid-
ed We Stand and Cosmic Boxes, offer a disori-
enting aerial perspective of plain cardboard
boxes, of ail things. In the latter piece, she
achieves an especially surreal effect; it’s as if
we’re airborne above an urban landscape in
which the skyscrapers are made of tall, nar-
row boxes. The remainder of her work is
clever in varying degrees, but I wish O’Keefe
had included another artist more in keeping
with the exhibition’s elemental theme.
I also have only lukewarm feelings about
most of the watercolors O’Keefe has chosen,
which make up roughly a third of the show.
Some of Sylvia Judkins’ pieces are appealing-
ly playful (they look almost like assemblages
of brightly colored paper cutouts), but the
only time she comes up with anything out of
the ordinary is when she drastically limits
her color scheme, as in Moonlight, a dreamy
chiaroscuro glimpse of a village landscape,
and in Early Morning, an atmospheric beach
scene drenched in fog.
The other watercolorist, and the show’s
only male artist, is John Bowen, who has an
excellent eye for color but not much imagina-
tive verve. His pieces are competently exe-
cuted but about as generic as their titles —
Joseph Young House, Hollywood; Barrel
Planter, Key West; and Vizcaya Stairway, Mia-
mi, for example.
Which brings us to the three artists who
are the real reasons to see “Elements.”
Genie Appel is represented by only ten
pieces, from a series also called “Elements,”
which focuses on stark, unpopulated land-
scapes. Her artist’s statement brims with the
sort of floridness that often emerges when
artists try too hard to explain themselves:
“My work deals with the issues of intimacy
and isolation. In this current series... I am
exploring the theme of intimate relation-
ships in nature. As it is for human beings,
natural components define each other
when viewed together.”
Fortunately Appel uses techniques that
yield far more fascinating results. As she ex-
plains in that same artist’s statement, she
starts by applying modeling paste to 300-
pound Arches watercolor paper. When it’s
dry she brushes thin layers of acrylic onto
the paper, then uses a palette knife to apply
more acrylic in thicker layers.
In a painting such as Facets, Appel ends up
with a near-abstract composition of a rocky
hillside rendered in vivid earthy browns, or-
anges, and greens, set off by unexpected pur-
plish accents. She has a great sense of tex-
ture, too, here evidenced by a sky so dense it
seems to have congealed. In Shadow Valley
she gets the opposite effect, with an orange
sun and a red sky so vibrantly painted that
they look like volcanic lava flowing through
the valley of the title.
The exhibition is dominated, at least in
volume, by the sculptor Barbara Benezra,
whose 22 pieces of various sizes dot the main
gallery. Benezra moved from painting to
sculpture about seven years ago, when she
learned how to weld using an oxyacetylene
torch. For some of her pieces, she attaches
tropical leaves fashioned in steel to simple
steel frames, which are then mounted on
plain steel panels.
With Tropical Paradise Benezra takes
those interlocking metal leaves, etches their
surfaces to provide texture, and then wraps
them around a large boxlike structure, per-
haps six feet tall, to create a little room of
sorts, inaccessible exceprtrom the top. Is she
offering an ironic comment on the tradeoffs
we engage in to live in the subtropical par-
adise of South Florida?
In the more whimsical Walking on High
Heels, Benezra stacks sharp triangular pieces
of steel on top of more steel triangles, ending
with a frazzle of thick steel filaments that sug-
gest the title áctivity is not nearly as smooth
and sexy as Madison Avenue might have us
believe. And in Tongues she serves up a
jagged conglomeration of slivers of steel jut-
ting from an irregularly shaped plate of metal
perched on four thin legs. The piece both re-
pels and attracts.
But Benezra also has her serene side.
Wanting to Rock isn’t much more than a
gracefully curved strip of steel that’s some-
how oddly melancholy, while Towers I
Through VI positions half a dozen austere
structures ranging from about three feet tall
to about five feet tall in a haphazard line.
Again and again the sculptor returns to her
primal form, the triangle, then stretches and
distorts it, as in Zen, which consiste of a small
triangular table with triangular legs, topped
with a mirror ball cradled in a nest of slightly
curved steel triangles.
“Zen”-might well serve as a series title for
the exhibition’s 16 wood-based pieces by
Katherine MeCauley, whose deceptively
simple asymmetrical compositions offer,
paradoxically, the perfect balance of Zen
rock gardens, in which the tiniest details as-
sume metaphysical implications. A piece
such as Remembered, for example, is little
more than two wooden panels of different
sizes mounted side by side on a wall
adorned by a fragment of a tree branch.
The placement of the branch feels so intu
itively right that to shift it even an inch
would wreck the piece.
Like Benezra with her oxyacetylene
torch, McCauley uses propane blow-
torches, as well as metal-burning tools and
candles, on the pieces of wood that are her
primary medium. She sometimes supple-
mente them with sheets of copper or alu-
minum and other materials. “The flame is
the brush, the burns are the canvas,” she
writes in her artist’s statement, and these
metaphors are right on the mark.
McCauley’s earthy pieces have the feel of
objects used in mysterious ancient rituals,
items from some obscure pagan altar, and
she enhances this sense both with her
religious-tinged titles and with the runes and
fragments of archaic languages that she
sometimes etches onto the pieces. Covenant,
for example, is a wall-mounted horizontal
wooden panel that holds a burnt tree branch
and features etched characters from the
Phoenician language. Vessels For the Ritual is
another wall-mounted rectangular wooden
panel, about two feet tall by four feet wide,
that includes a crude piece of wood forming
a sort of shelf and three charred gourds af-
fixed to the panel, which is also etched with
fragments of ancient Hebrew.
Sometimes McCauley introduces a few
modest.complications that reinforce the no-
tion that she’s working with remnants of lost
cultures. For a trio of pieces called Reliquary,
Sylvan Sanctuary, and Tabernacle II, she uses
wooden compartments, their charred, hole-
scarred doors ajar to reveal such contents as
twigs and branches or pieces of silver leaf.
Tabernacle II becomes an even more explicit
altar by virtue of a small set of “stairs” mount-
ed on the wall beneath the compartments.
Two side-by-side pieces tucked away in
a corner of one small gallery represent Me-
Cauley at her most expressive. On the right
Paleo Prayer, a stark abstract, is tagged as
consisting of bird-pecked wood, acrylic,
spackle, and burnt nails, which in its own
weird way is as “elemental” a characteri-
zation of McCauley’s art as we’re likely to
find. And on the left, Icon I: Observe As You
Are Being Observed features a crude wood-
en frame around a shiny sheet of charred,
acrylic-spattered copper leaf. A roundish
piece of wood resting on a rectangular
block of wood on the right side of the piece
stands in for us, the observers looking into
the image. The piece is a succinct reminder
of the dual role of art as both a mirror and a
window, as well as a resounding, confirma-
tion of McCauley’s talent. She’s clearly the
star of this show.
“Elements” is one of the first few shows at
the Coral Springs Museum since it severed
its turbulent relationship with artist and phil-
anthropist Max Schacknow, and it’s the best
sign yet that the museum, under director
Barbara O’Keefe’s leadership, has estab-
fished an identity of its own.
“Elements: Steel, Wood, and Paper" is on display
through November 28 at the Coral Springs Museum
of Art, Coral Springs City Centre, 2855 Coral
Springs Dr., Coral Springs, 954-340-5000.
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Galleries
Thursday, October 14
Boston to Boca: Works by 14 Boston-area artists aré
on view, and the pieces include large, abstract
canvases, nautical-themed paintings, realist-
surrealist landscapes, abstract landscapes, and
mixed-media works. Through Nov 6. Elaine Baker
Gallery, 608 Banyan Trl, Boca Baton, 561-241-3050.
Now Spirits: Contemporary Artists From Philadelphia:
Show includes pieces by John McDaniel, Alonzo
Davis, and Ron Tarver. Through Nov 28. Art and
Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St,
Hollywood, 954-921-3274.
Still-Life Drawings by Richard Yásko: A selection of
works by Yasko. Through Nov 28. Art and Culture
Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood,
954-921-3274.
Friday, October 15
Eric Trybus: Like Firmly Embedded Nails: A selection of
works by Trybus is on view, and the free opening'
reception tonight is from 6-8 pm. Through Nov 28.
Fyrplace Gallery, 131N “M” St, Lake Worth,
561-585-2772.
Ongoing
Armory Art Center: “The Art of Photography.” The
national juried exhibition of traditional and
nontraditional photographic works features 34
pieces chosen from among 350 entries by 176 artists.
Through Oct Í6.1703 S Lake Ave, West Palm Beach,
561-832-1776.
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale: “Faculty Show: The
Future Is Now!” Eclectic group show includes
drawings, paintings, sculpture, ceramics,
photography, and mixed-media pieces. Through
Oct 20. Marie K. Wheeler Gallery, 1799 SE 17th St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-463-3000.
Book Gallery: “1st Annual Anniversary Birthday Bash
Art Exhibit” The exhibition features paintings of
tropical flora and fauna by William Bock, blue raku
fired ceramic works by Lori Kane, and “cyberage
kinetics” wall sculptures by Steve Lofton. Through
Nov 14.801S University Dr, Ste C-109, Plantation,
954-915-8887.
Broward Community College Fine Arts Gallery:
“Indigenous Sources.” Show features a
multisensory installation by Canadian-born
Wyoming artist Debbie Mathews — which borrows
imagery from Chinese and Native American
cultures and from the Catholic and Hindu churches
and the sounds of chanting, breathing, wind, and
everyday conversation — and works by Eduardo
Gardin, whose suspended, stretched canvases
suggest kites, indigenous Indian objects, drums,
and containers. Through Nov 5. BCC Central
Campus, 3501SW Davie Rd, Davie, 954-475-6984.
Broward County Main Ubrary: “Quisqueya Hade el
2000 (QuisqueyaToward 2000).-The exhibition of
contemporary Dominican art, which is on view in
conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, features
works by eight prominent artists from the country.
Through Oct 15.100 S Andrews Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-7634538.
Eissey Theatre Lobby Gallery: “All About the Real.” Oil
paintings by Palm Beach Community College
adjunct art professor James Burge. Through Oct 31.
Palm Beach Community College, Eissey Campus,
3160 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, 561-625-2345.
Fall Spotlight Show: Grace Forrest, Ruth Kritzer, Matt
Cohen, and Allan Doerner are the featured
cooperative member artists represented in the show.
Through Nov 9. Artists Showplace Cooperative, 7749
W Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, 561-4334)635,
Fine Art Acquisitions: Represented at the gallery are
works by Agarn, Appel, Boulanger, Calder, Dine,
Erte, Haring, Kostabi, Miró, Max, Neiman, Vasarély,
and others. Ongoing. 62 Indian Trace, Ste 215,
Weston, 954217-0993.
fyrplace Gallery: “Eduardo Mendieta: Los Ojos Que
Non Ven.” New works by Mendieta, which are
computer-manipulated collages of photos, newspaper
clippings, and original paintings. Through Nov 14.
131N “M” St, Lake Worth, 561-585-2772.
Galerie Macabre: “Cerebral Masturbations.” The
gallery opens its season with the haunting,
sculptures of Colin Christian, and the show also
includes new works by Wes Carson, Shannon
English, Lynn Ocduzzo, Marie Townshend, and
Carlos Solorzano. Ongoing. 207 SW 5th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954525-2098.
Gary Michael Gallery of Contemporary and Modern Art
The new three-story, 7000-square-foot gallery
features works by Alicia Quanit of Argentina, Jésus
Villareal of Venezuela, Harold Larson of Santa Fe,
and Dopico Lemer of Cuba. Ongoing. 110 E Atlantic
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-795-8111.
Hollywood City Hall: “Site-Seeing: The Art of Summer.”
Photographs of industrial scenes by Fort Lauderdale
artist Michael Joseph, which were taken during a
1998 trip to the Great Lakes and New England.
Through Nov 5.2600 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood,
954921-3473.
Juno Beach Town Center Gallery of Art: “Kaleidoscope in
Nature.” The multimedia exhibition features
underwater photography by Anja Burns, ceramic
murals by Diane Hutchinson, nature photography by
Debbie Manzo, and watercolor and oil paintings by
Jennifer McMillan. Through Nov 10.340 Ocean Dr,
Juno Beach, 561-626-2111.
Kaleidoscope Gallery: Works by six area artists include
photographs, watercolor paintings, and sculptures.
Ongoing. 2424 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
9547641800.
Ughthouse Gallery and School of Art “Discover the
Arts.” The annual faculty exhibition at the gallery
and art school features work in a variety of media.
Through Oct 28.373 Tequesta Dr, Tequesta,
561-746-3101.
Moo re-Lin Galleries: Works by gallery artists Dorran
Ruben Russell, Philip Hulsey, and Elaine Cohen.
Ongoing. 2161 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors,
954566-7484.
Old Town Gallery: Works by Lionel Barnett, Moth
Shani, Elinor Feldman, Fabricio Cruz, Nuria Castro,
Kathy Spalluto, Reginpld Legros, Julie Ross, Jeffrey
O’Connell, Richard CoFrancesco, Robin Fox, Mario
Vargas, and Vivien Parks are on view. Ongoing. 310
SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954522-6111.
Pietra di Luna Gallery and Print Studio: “Adventures of
My Dolls.” Show features color photographs by
Mauricio Ramirez. Through Oct 30.2037 Harrison
St, Hollywood, 954929-5379.
Ritter Gallery: “Journeys: David Rohn and Cheryl
Tall.” The dual exhibition features the works of
Miami artist Rohn, whose papier-máché works and
paintings examine ideas of masculinity, and the coil-
and-slab built ceramic sculptures of Stuart artist Tall,
whose works are influenced by folk art, mythology,
and architecture, fhrough Nov 14. Florida Atlantic
University, 777 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-297-2966.
Schmidt Center Gallery: ‘The Art of Memory.” Works
created by prominent Australian artist Ian Milliss
while he was an artist in residence at Florida Atlantic
University. “FAU Faculty Exhibition.” Works by 18
FAU art department faculty members are on view.
Through Oct 31. 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 balanced
sphere shapes are hallmarks of the sculptor’s pieces,
displayed in the outdoor sculpture garden. Ongoing.
859 NÉ 125th St, North Miami, 305-891-3745.
Wright's Aerial Photo Gallery: The overhead shots of
Florida and the Caribbean in this gallery were shot
from a helicopter by Drew Wright, and the place
claims to be Florida’s only gallery offering such
images. Ongoing. 1165 N Ocean Dr, Singer Island,
561-8634899.
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.
Museums
: riday, October 15
Wherever Tbu Like: Museum visitors are invited to
become part of an upcoming exhibition by letting
artist Jim Hodges mark their heights and names on
a wall in colored pencil for a mural that will be part of
the upcoming show “New Works: Jim Hodges,” and
museum admission is free for participants. Through
Oct 21. Miami Art Museum, 101W Flagler St,
Miami, 305-375-3000.
Ongoing
Boca Raton Museum of Art “Garry Winogrand: 15 Big
Shots.” Theshow of works by a leading United
States photographer features Winogrand’s
documentary black-and-whites of small-town scenes


Richard Ylasko's Mew Harvest is on view at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
and celebrity photos. “Ernest Trova; Sculpture ánd
Prints From the Museum’s Permanent Collection.”
Since 1964, the St Louis-born artist has produced
his Falling Man sculptures, which recall slim,
robotlike human figures. “Elmar Rojas: The World of
the Wonderful Real.” Rojas, whose works have come
to define Latin American realism, paints lush scenes
of Guatemala rich with traditional literary references
and narrative legends. Through Oct 31.801
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 rim of the
show; groups and organizations are invited to submit
photographs, artifacts, and information. Ongoing. 151
SW 2nd St, 2nd Fir, Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-4671:
Coral Springs Museum of Art “Broward Art Guild Tri-
County Exhibition.” The guild-hosted show in the
museum lobby features works in various media by
artists from Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade
counties. Through Oct 31. “Elements: Steel, Wood,
and Paper.” The fall exhibition features acrylic-on-
paper works by Genie Appel, steel sculpture by
Barbara Benezra, watercolors by John Bowen and
Sylvia Judkins, assemblages by Katherine McCauley,
and trompe l’oeil paintings by Pat Rosenstein.
Reviewed in this issue. Through Nov 28.2855 Coral
Springs Dr, Coral Springs, 954-340-5000.
Cornell Museum: “YARDWORKS.” The show
features a touring collection of quilts by 20
members of the Manhattan Quilters Guild, and
each of the 36-inch-square pieces represents an
artist’s individual interpretation of the yard.
“Women in the Visual Arts Winners Circle
Exhibition.” Twenty pieces by sixteen area artists
include paintings, photography, sculpture, and *
jewelry. “Island Stories.” Works by three South
Florida Haitian artists hang in the Crest Galleries
space, along with Haitian-inspired works by Delray
Beach artist Kim McKinney, including her “Color
Me Brown” series. Through Oct 3L 51N Swinton
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-243-7922.
Doll Museum: “Barbie and Her Friends: 1959-1972.”
Exhibition features’original Barbies, a prototype Ken
doll that was never produced, and vignettes of early
Barbie furniture, cars, and accessories; other
exhibitions include Alexander dolls, The Wizard of
Oz dolls, and an I Love Lucy doll. Ongoing. Dream
Dolls Gallery and More, 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. See “Night
& Day.” Ongoing. 219 SW 2nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
9544634431.
Graves Museum of Archaeology and Natural History:
Permanent collection of archaeological artifacts,
including dinosaur skeletons. Ongoing. 481
S Federal Hwy, Dania Beach, 954-925-7770.
Henry M. Flagler Museum: “A Young Man’s Legacy:
Rare Photographs of the Titanic.” The 18 large
murals are blown-up images from the publicity
photos of the giant ship once owned by one of the
crewmen who perished when it sank. Through
Nov 14. “Whitehall.” The 55-room 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 Game Fish Association Fishing Hall of Fame
and Museum: “PAPA—A Tribute to Ernest
Hemingway.” The exhibition, held in recognition of
author and avid sport fisherman Ernest
Hemingway’s 100th birthday anniversary
celebration, includes Hemingway-related paintings,
sculptures, one of his typewriters, sport-fishing
artifacts, personal photographs, 59 pen-and-ink
drawings by Guy Harvey related to “The Old Man and
the Sea,” and visits throughout the run of the show
by Harvey, Hemingway’s daughter Mina, and his
boat captain Gregorio Fuentes. Through Jan 2000.
300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach, 954-922-4212.
International Museum of Cartoon Art: “50 Years of
Peanuts: The Art of Charles M. Schultz.” Step into
the Peanuts Gallery at the museum and enter the
world of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the
gang, the history of which is chronicled through
blown-up strips, photographs, and toys based on the
characters, as well as a life-size representation of
Charlie Brown’s neighborhood. Through Jan 30.
“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. Mizner
Park, 201 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-391-2200.
Lowe Art Museum: “Best of the Barton: Southwestern
Textiles From the Permanent Collection.” Navajo,
Rio Grande, and Pueblo Indian blankets are included
in the collection, and many of the items have not
been on view since 1988. “Fibers and Forms: Native
American Basketry of the Southwest” Drawn from
the historic collections of the San Diego Museum of
Art, the show offers a comprehensive look at the
Native American basketry of the North American
West Through Nov 21. University of Miami, 1301
Stanford Dr, Coral Gables, 305-284-3535.
Miami Art Museum: “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. “To the Rescue: Eight
Artists in an Archive.” Eight international artists
were asked to create works in response to the
photographic archives of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, a humanitarian relief
organization founded in 1914, and the results
comprise this show. Through Nov 28.101W Flagler
St, Miami, 305-375-3000.
Morikami Museum: “Reckoning Tokyo Time: A Look
at Japanese Clocks, Calendars, and Chronology.”
Show focuses on the way in which Japanese mark
the passage of time through the example of
paintings, prints, folk toys, calendars and other items
from the museum’s permanent collection. See
“Night & Day.” Through Jan 9. “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 early Japanese farming
settlement in Palm Beach County. Ongoing. 4000
Morikami Park Rd, Delray Beach, 561-4950233.
Museum of Art: “The American Lawn: Surface of
Everyday Life.” The major multimedia installation
organized by the Canadian Center For Architecture
illustrates the dream of the American lawn (as
domestic symbol, civic showplace, economic force,
and national icon) and the anxieties of suburban life
through historical and contemporary artifacts,
photography, scientific displays, archival and feature
film footage, television commercials, and
documentary photographs. Through Jan 2.1E Las
Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-5255500.
Museum of Contemporary Art - North Miami: “Great
Illusions.” The works in the show are examples of
how photography can blur the lines between real
imagery and illusion and include photographs by
Los Angeles-based artist Ed Ruscha, German-born
photographer Thomas Demand, and German artist
Andreas Gursky. Through Nov 28. “Atelier Van
Lieshout” Show includes mutant mobile homes,
fiberglass furniture, sensory deprivation units, and
unique office suites created at the Rotterdam-based
design school. Through Dec 5. Joan Lehman Bldg,
770 NE 125th St, North Miami, 305893-6211.
Norton Museum of Art: “Chinese Carved Jades and
Hardstones From the Norton Permanent
Collection.” The more than 50 jades and gemstones
in the museum’s collection were the first Chinese
works of art acquired by museum founder Ralph H.
Norton, who purchased them In 1942. Through
Oct 31.1451S Olive Ave, West Palm Beach,
561-832-5194.
Sanford L Ziff Jewish Museum of Florida: “Yeast of
Eden: Ethnic Breads in Florida.” Using bread as a
metaphor for history, the exhibition explores the
significance of bread to the various ethnic cultures
that call Florida home; a house built of different
types of bread is used to display images and edible
artwork that reflect the multiethnic theme. Through
Jan 30. “Mosaic: Jewish Life in Florida.” Art and
objects representative of the Jewish presence in the
state. Ongoing. 301 Washington Ave, Miami Beach,
305672-2014.
The WblfSonian: “The Simple Life: The Arts and Crafts
Movement in Britain, 1880-1910.” The museum’s
first exhibition on the turn-of-the-century movement
in art, architecture, and interior design, features 100
pieces from the permanent collection. Through
Aug 2000. The Wolfeonian Museum, Florida
International University, 1001 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach, 305531-1001.
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India Jones
By Jen Karetnick
Forget last year, when Pakistan and India
were hurling nuclear threats at each other.
This year, India is in. Bookstores are brim-
ming with Indian literature — a trend that
delights me, because I’m a big fan. Clothing
designers are employing Indian fabrics,
and DJs are spinning Indian synth-pop.
Speaking of pop, Alanis Morissette makes
references to India on her latest album,
Madonna is sporting saris, and kids are
showing up at clubs with henna tattoos on
their hands. India’s cultural influences are
as big as elephants in the United States.
So it would stand to reason that the sudden
fascination with all things Indian would trans-
late to a flux of nationalistic restaurants. But
unfortunately that’s not the case. I can spout
ghazals (Indian poems), sway to sitar music,
and paste all the faux nose rings I want on the
side of my schnoz, but I’ve been hard-pressed
to find a fresh, fragrant man (bread baked in
a tandoor, or clay oven) and a zippy curry any-
where in Broward County.
A month-old eatery in Sunrise is an excep-
tion. Mehfil, which means “gathering,” is the
only new Indian restaurant to have come to
my attention in, well, years. I couldn’t wait to
get to some hearty dal (stewed lentils) and
tender chicken tikka, courtesy of first-time,
husband-and-wife restaurateurs Nasrain and
Salin Dhanani.
Like Madonna’s appropriation of mehndi
(the art of applying henna hand and foot
tattoos), however, Mehfil is more fusion
than traditional Indian. Don’t expect to find
décor clichés like burning incense or ta-
bles placed in dark corners. Because the
120-seat restaurant also serves as a ban-
quet hall, the large, clean space is bright
and cheery. Contemporary Indian music is
piped throughout the restaurant, and blond
wood floors, crystal chandeliers, and striped
fabric on heavy wood chairs all spell Indian-
American wedding reception.
like the décor, most of the cuisine is a com-
promise between Eastern and Western cul-
tures; for example, a conventional appetizer of
sarnosas (stuffed dough) with roasted corn is
sawed with a Latin chimichurri sauce, and on
the main course menu, chicken tikka is of-
fered side by side with masala coq au vin, the
traditional French dish imbued with Indian
spices. Executive chef Siddhart Mewara,
a Johnson & Wales grad, cooks “classical”
dishes, like thepalak paneer, or large curds of
cottage cheese cooked in a spinach sauce, but
he concentrates on globally influenced items.
To understand just about any part of the
menu, though, you need to have a working
knowledge of Indian cuisine, which is quite
complex. That way you’ll know that, although
the cucumber raita is listed as ¿ soiip and de-
scribed as a “chilled cucumber gazpacho;” it’s
not a soup at all; actually the raita is a.cool,
smooth yogurt dip that has the consistency of
custard. As an appetizer it was delicious. We
ate it with naan pulled straight from the oven
and paratha, a buttery, griddled bread that
was served at the beginning of the meal with a
vibrant piclded-onion chutney.
Familiarity with spice mixtures and names
of dishes, along with a dash of world history,
also enables patrons to decipher menu de-
scriptions, some of which, like the one for the
murgh korma Nizami entrée, aren’t at all help-
fill. The dish is described on the menu only as
“a delicacy from the court of the Nizam of Hy-
derabad.” More informative is the fact that
korma is a preparation with a sauce made
from about 20 ingredients, including coconut,
ginger, cinnamon, yogurt, and tomatoes. All
fiise together to form a dark, rich blanket for
file murgh, or chicken. We were pleased with
the intriguing flavors of Mehfil’s korma but
disappointed with the lack of piquancy. We’d
requested this baby spicy.
Other menu items were simply mislead-
ing, and numerous typos and misspellings
complicated things further. What was de-
scribed as a vegetarian dish of grilled egg-
plant with curried carrots turned out to be a
plate of grilled vegetables that didn’t offer
any curry flavor. Subz korma, a vegetable
curry, promised “garden-fresh vegetables,”
but we weren’t impressed with the flabby
string beans and lima beans that appeared to
have been shaken out of a bag of frozen veg-
etables. Of the classical dishes, the tandoori
kebab bazari, an assortment of spiced, skew-
ered meats, reigned supreme. Thin-sliced
marinated chicken, chunks of lamb rubbed
in dry spices, and tiger prawns that were
crisp outside yet succulent inside were an
wonderfully aromatic and flavorful.
Mehfil excelled in the fusion department.
The potato chat salad appetizer, a traditional
Bombay recipe, was updated with four types
of potatoes diced into bite-size nuggets and
Server Hassan Shaikh shows off a prawn salad
sauteed with a hint of mustard seed. We also
enjoyed a tomato paneer napoleon as an appe-
tizer. Intensely flavored tomatoes and sooth-
ing baked cottage cheese were layered in
such a way as to form an architectural delica-
cy. The napoleon was enhanced by a subtle
mint chutney.
The globally influenced main courses in-
eluded fioew/Anarkali, a terrific filet mignon.
Succulent beef had been stuffed with
creamy Boursin cheese and was served
over pomegranate rice pilaf. Spears of roast-
ed portobello mushrooms, juicy from the
tandoor’s quick-sealing heat, accompanied
the meat. Just as delicious was a seared seal-
lop entrée, which offered bay scallops and
shiitake mushrooms napped with a coconut-
milk broth, all of it served over rice. The
only problem here was that the scallops
were a last-minute substitution. The sea
bass steamed in plantain leaves, which we’d
originally ordered, wasn’t available, but the
server broke the news only after the main
courses had been brought to the table.
In fact, service in general at Mehfil needs to
be improved, especially if the restaurant
hopes to supplement its buffet lunches and
sit-down dinners with banquets. The wait-
er dawdled over the service of our wine, a
mediocre Meridien (the best of a lousy
bunch) for $22, for about half an hour, and he
never even brought the soft drinks wé’d re-
quested. The staff in general seems confused
about the menu and can’t seem to get a dish
to a table without wandering around the din-
ing room first
Still, we were mollified by the appearance
of the chef, who brought our dessert of
Alphonse mangoes jubilee. He gently flam-
béed the mangoes for us and poured them
over vanilla ice cream. These particular man-
goes, an Indian specialty, are rarely seen in
the States, and they were much juicier than
those we find in our own back yard. So forget
Madonna and her Indian-influenced dance
steps. The mangoes, among other foodstuffs
to be found at Mehfil, are South Florida’s
most interesting example of cultural cross-
over to date.
Mehfil, 85S0 NW 44th SL, Sunrise, 954-742-3370.
Lunch buffet Tuesday to Sunday from noon till
3 p.m. Dinner Tuesday to Sunday from 4:30 till
10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday till 11 p.m.
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Dining Guide
The following restaurants are recommended by New
Times Broward-Palm Beach restaurant critic Jen
Karetnick. Please call restaurant in advance for operat-
ing hours, reservations, and other specific information.
Price Guide (based on a complete meal for one,
excluding tip and alcoholic beverages)
$: Less than $10
$$: From $10 to $20
$$$: From $20 to $30
$$$$: More than $30
Fort Lauderdale & Vicinity: Fort Lauderdale, Lauder-
dale Lakes, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors
Northeast Broward: Deerfield Beach, Lauderdale-by-
^ Í the-Sea, Lighthouse Point, and Pompano Beach
Northwest Broward: Bonaventure, Coconut Creek,
Cord Springs, Margate, North Lauderdale,
Parkland, and Tamarac
West Broward: Lauderhill, Plantation, and Sunrise
Southwest Broward: Cooper City, Davie, Hacienda
Village, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, and Weston
Southeast Broward: Dania Beach, Hallandale Beach,
Hollywood, and Pembroke Park
South Palm: Atlantis, Boca Raton, Boca West,
Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Hypoluxo, Lantana,
Manalapan, and South Palm Beach
Central Palm: Cloud Lake, Glen Ridge, Greenacres,
Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Wellington,
and West Palm Beach
North Palm: Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Park, North
Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach,
and Tequesta
Fort Lauderdale Area
Bimini Boatyard: Positioned next to the marina,
everything is huge under this roof—two bars, an
extensive dining room, and portions that could feed
that starving child your mom told you about for a
week. Next to efficient service, the best part is the
,-y baked goods — the honey-infused loaf as a starter,
the sliced dill bread and focaccia as sandwich
materials, the biscuits that make brunch beautiful.
Enormous salads, wood oven-baked pizzas, and
seafood entrées like skillet-seared tuna and lump
crabcakes star. Outdoor seating. Brunch, lunch, and
dinner. 1555 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-7400. $$$
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 brülée, apple tart — but nicely done. Dinner
only. 3355 NE 33rd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-561-8789. $$$
Black Orchid Cafe: Chef-proprietor George Telles
pleases both the bored and the picky with his
eccentric menu items: grilled ostrich, Canadian elk,
wild African game pheasant Whether you go for
frogs’ legs or snails to start, you’ll be delighted with
Telles’ four-star French techniques. The drama
increases with beef Wellington topped with a mousse
of foie gras, in addition to dishes prepared tableside,
like the Dover sole (deboned) and the bananas
Foster (flambéed) for dessert Dinner only. 2985 .
N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-561-9398. $$$
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.
In fact the restaurant probably serves the most
reasonably priced rodizio in town, particularly if you
go for lunch. Whatever meal you eat make sure to
order the full rodizio, which includes unlimited trips
to the salad bar, side dishes like black beans and
fried yuca, and of course the grilled meats and
l'% poultry that are sliced from skewers directly onto
your plate. Lunch and dinner. 1620 N Federal Hwy,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-561-8200. $$
Canyon Southwest Cafe: Executive chef Chris Wilber
has a thing for Southwestern flavors — chile
peppers, roasted corn, black beans, cilantro. You
can get any or all of these ingredients in palate-
tingling appetizers like the house-smoked duck over
tortilla chips and main courses like the shrimp-and-
scallop burrito. But his sensibilities extend to
Europe and beyond, as proven by crisp prosciutto-
and-Brie quesadillas, pistachio-crusted dolphin with
a coconut-curry sauce, and bread pudding studded
with cranberries for dessert Dinner only. 1818
E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-1950. $$$
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 betcha—but
deep-fried, of course. Lunch and dinner. 1302
SE 17th St Fort Lauderdale, 954467-7192. $$
Costello's: If the words “neighborhood” and “elegant”
aren’t mutually exclusive, then they describe this
inviting eatery. The contemporary American menu is
reasonably priced, portions are generous, and
seafood is day-boat fresh. Take the true test and
order a shrimp cocktail and filet mignon. Both are
perfectly executed. Or sample some of the more
inventive goodies, like the pork chop stuffed with
apples and topped with a pear-raisin chutney. A
lengthy list of nightly specials yields good pastas,
too, such as the veal-stuffed ravioli. Dinner only.
2345 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors, 954563-7752. $$$
Darrel & Oliver's East CHy 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 and miso broth; Creole
shellfish jambalaya with a host of seafood, sausage,
and vegetables; Sonoma duck breast with currant-
papaya chutney and an orange-chipotie-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
dinner. 505 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954565-5569. $$$$
Eduardo do San Angel: This award-winning gourmet
Mexican restaurant amazes clientele with its
subtlety. Tantalizing starters include roasted
poblano peppers filled with salmon mousse and stir-
fried spinach with baked Brie and red chili oil.
Peppercorn-crusted Keys yellowtaU, butterflied
pork chop with roasted plum tomatoes and green
chilies, and filet mignon stuffed with squash
blossoms and goat-cheese challenge the
conventional definition of Mexican. Outstanding
poached pears and mango creme brülée for dessert
Dinner only. 2822 E Commercial Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 9547724731. $$$
Evangeline: You can’t help hearing the Matthew
Sweet song when you think of the name. And you
can’t help singing, or at leasthumming, 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 Fort Lauderdale
Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954522-7001. $$$
15 th Street Fisheries and Boathouse: Cozy and
unpretentious, the lounge serves a lower-priced
menu, including alligator burgers, crawfish
quesadillas, and buckets of spiced peel-’n’-eat
shrimp. For a more formal meal the dining room
upstairs offers a variety of fresh fish, broiled or
blackened; pastas such as seafood cannelloni and
Cajun shrimp fettuccine; and exotic fare that goes
down under for kangaroo and ostrich filets. Dinners
look expensive, but include salad, bread, and an
appetizer. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 1900
SE 15th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954763-2777. $$$
The French Quarter: Sister to Le Café de Paris, the
Quarter gives us New Orleans via its French
influence. For starters, escargots du cüe/blossom
with wild mushrooms in a Pernod demi-glace, and
seafood gumbo is spiked with andouille sausage.
Entrées include bouillabaisse, frogs’ legs meuniére,
duck a I’orange, and steak au poivrevert. The
setting, an old house ála Orleans just off Las Olas,
is romantic and private. Lunch and dinner. 215
SE 8th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954463-8000. $$$
Gibby's: Traditions die hard at this solid restaurant,
which has been serving South Florida clientele for
more than 20 years. The country club setting is
ideal for a starter of jumbo shrimp cocktail followed
by prime rib au jus — or chilled gazpacho and lamb
chops, or baked stuffed mushrooms and steamed
Maine lobster, a house specialty. But no matter what
you pair, make sure to finish the meal off with
homemade strawberry shortcake for dessert
Weekend lunch and dinner. 2900 NE 12th Ter, Fort
Lauderdale, 954565-2929. $$$
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 whiph 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,
9545241818. $$$
HjO: More like designer water than the sludge you
get from the tap. You’ve seen the menu before —
Italian-inspired grilled meats and fish, pizzas, and
focaccia sandwiches. Steaks are tender, pastas are
homemade, and plates of greens like the
Mediterranean chopped salad topped with grilled
shrimp are especially inviting. A nice selection of
reasonably priced wines by the glass. Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 101S Fort Lauderdale
Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954760-7500. $$$
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,
954767-9190. $$$
Jackson's Four Fifty: This place takes seriously the idea
that dining in a restaurant should be a pleasurable
experience from start to finish. The décor is smart,
the seats are comfortable, the service is exemplary,
and the American fare — a sensible selection of
steaks, racks, chops, and seafood — is adeptly
prepared. Noteworthy are the dder-pepper glazed
pork chop, 20ounce Angus bone-in ribeye steak,
salmon baked in phyllo dough, and pan-roasted
Chilean sea bass — all of which arrive thick and juicy.
Sweet potato hash and creamy roast-garlic mashed
potatoes are first-rate sides, but desserts such as
Snickers terrine with chocolate sauce are
overwhelmed by gooeyness. Dinner only. 450 E Las
Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 9545224450. $$$$
Las Olas Cafe: A charming courtyard and dining room
showcase homemade soups, sandwiches, and pastas,
many of which change daily. Quality, however, is
assured. Check the blackboard for specials like
steamed mussels in coconut milk-curry sauce or rely
on classic entrées such as veal Marsala. Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 922 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 9545244300. $$$
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 frangaise, 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. $$$
Lord Nelson Pub and Eatery: The British have come
and, judging by the quality of the open-faced
turkey sandwich, the ploughman’s lunch, the
shepherd’s pie dampened with port, and the cod
dipped in a Whitbread ale batter and deep-fried,
they’re here to stay. If you prefer to drink your
beer rather than eat it on fish, check out the
thirteen imported taps. Outdoor seating. Lunch,
dinner, and Sunday breakfast. 320 SW 2nd St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954467-5867. $$
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 on
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 theyTl leave you and your
corned beef and cabbage alone. Live entertainment
Lunch and dinner. 535 N Andrews Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 9547644453. $$
FOODSTUFF
BY JEN KARETNICK
It’s rare to come across a new restaurant that exudes Old Fort Lauderdale, but Tarpon
Bend (200 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-523-3233) succeeds. The eatery, dedi-
cated to deep-sea fishing and offering dishes like grouper fingers, crabcakes, and
clam bakes, is owned by the Himmarshee Bar & Grille group. Despite its chic pedi-
gree, Tarpon Bend is one of the only joints in the so-called “Historic District” that re-
calls when Fort Lauderdale was nothing more than a beach community, both pre-
Strip and pre-BeachPlace. Downtown yuppies actually loosen their ties when they go
there. I like sitting at the bar, open to the sidewalk, and chatting with barkeeps who
are so friendly you know what their plans for New Year’s Eve are. I also appreciate
drinking concoctions with silly names like the “tag & release” — which, incidentally,
you can order as a bucket But you should probably share it with some pals, or you’ll
be using that bucket for, well, other purposes.
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MaMCai: While the décor may be a hackneyed
testimony to Fantasy Island, the. Polynesian fare is
actually fairly decent: crab Rangoon puffs or
refreshing tabbouleh salad with fresh mangoes and
papayas for appetizers, rich Maine lobster
Tahitienne for a main course. Of course the place is
known for its pricey barrel o’ rum, an $11 tribute to
sugar cane. Be wary, though, of watching the
nightly hula revue; if you stay for the entertainment,
you’ll be charged $9.95 per person. 3599 N Federal
Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-3272. $$$$
Mangos: A trendsetting sidewalk café that’s never
not busy. The fashionable snack on smoked mahi-
mahi dip and seafood salad tossed with cantaloupe
and sip cosmopolitan martinis; the uncaring gorge
on garlic smashed potatoes and chicken puff pie and
wash ’em down with a Bud. And everyone has a
good time, even when S.R.O. goes into effect during
the busiest times. Live entertainment. Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 904 E Las Olas Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-523-5001. $$
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
cdke 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. $$$$
Max's Beach Place: A typical Dennis Max property—
busy, trendy, and reliably good. Service can be off at
times, but the tempura-battered mushrooms filled
with goat cheese are undoubtedly on. Salads posing
as main courses include a lovely Maine lobster and
avocado combo, complemented by roasted corn and
lemongrass vinaigrette. Redesigned comfort food is
usually the order of the day, however: herb-crusted
chicken “chop,” wood-grilled lamb “steak,” and
spice-crusted tuna “filet mignon.” White-chocolate
bread pudding for dessert. Lunch and dinner.
BeachPlace, 17 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-525-5022. $$$
Max's Grille: For information see listing under South
Palm. Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-779-1800.
Mezzanotte: For information see listing under South
Palm. Las Olas Riverfront, 3Ó0 SW 1st Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-761-8787.
Mustard’s Bar & Grill: Finally here’s an up-and-coming
eatery for an up-and-coming area. This
contemporary and handsome restaurant serves fare
with California flair and does it at reasonable prices.
From meaty crabcakes with mustard-dill sauce to
black pearl salmon with peppercorns, capers, and
Bermuda onions to a slice of rich chocolate ganache
flourless cake for dessert, the value is obvious. An
extensive menu and hefty servings make it difficult
to choose; we suggest you order a house salad with
homemade herb-chardonnay dressing to go with
your pasta of the day or pan-seared chicken breasts
with shiitake mushrooms and fresh peaches. And
don’t neglect appetizers like the creamy spinach-
and-artichoke dip or the French onion nest Dinner
only. 2256 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors,
954-564-5116. $$$
Outback Steakhouse: Leave it to the Aussies to beat
us at our own game: good ol’ thick, juicy steaks.
Except for a couple of pseudo-Australian offerings,
you’ll find the menu comparable to an American
house o’ beef — right down to non-beef offerings
such as chicken and fish — but delicious steaks and
bloomin’ onions are what this restaurant is all about
Dinner only. 1801SE 10th Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-523-5600. (Also 6201N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-7714390; Northwest Broward;
West Broward; Southwest Broward; South Palm;
Central Palm; and North Palm.) $$
Quarterdeck: A sports bar that salutes all the local
teams, and that includes college and high school.
Still, the prime rib, homemade chili, coconut
shrimp, dolphin caesar salad, and fresh grilled-fish
sandwiches are the real reasons to attend this
sporting event. Takeout. Lunch and dinner. 1541 .
Cordova Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-524-6163. (Also
2933 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-2010.) $$
Rainbow Palace: Aptly named — there’s gold under
this rainbow. Creative touches transform even
simple Chinese wonton and duck-noodle soups
into house specialties. Dimple like Dorothy for'the
shrimp-and-lobster dumplings, orange beef,
cilantro scallops, and the mushroom trio —
portobello, shiitake, and button varieties sautéed
in garlic, soy, and sherry. Lunch and dinner. 2787;
E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-565-5652. $$$
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
SW2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-7604373. $$
Rustic Inn Crabhouse: This landmark seafood shack'
came up with the culinarian’s answer to life’s little
irritations: garlic crabs. Smash these steamed blues
against the newspapered table with a wooden
mallet, or whack the heck out of some Jonah crabs,
stone crabs, or Alaskan queens. You’ll feel better,
especially if you begin the meal with New England
clam chowder and end it with peanut butter pie for
dessert, both as smooth as a stress-free life. Lunch
and dinner. 4331 Anglers Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-584-1637. $$
Sally O’Brien’s: Along with Irish potato soup,
shepherd’s pie, and corned beef and cabbage, this
Irish pub provides a hefty serving of culture shock. .
After all, who would expect the dark homey interior,
the traditional bagpipe players, and the genuine
draft Guinness on the first floor of the overrun plaza
known as BeachPlaCe? Best of all O’Brien’s serves
an Irish breakfast—eggs, bacon, sausage,
mushrooms, grilled tomato, fried potatoes, and
black-and-white pudding — all day long. Just the
thing to settle your stomach for the drive home.
Lunch and dinner. BeachPlace, 17 S Fort
Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5224641. $$
San Loco: The best outlet for inexpensive Mexican
street food in Fort Lauderdale, this 20-seat joint
offers the signature “taco loco.” The house specialty
is a hard-shell corn taco with a choice of filling and a
flour tortilla — spread with either refried beans or
guacamole—wrapped around it Also available are
burritos, taco salads, quesadillas, and enchiladas —
hearty and satisfying homemade fare at fast-food
prices. Chili pepper lovers should check out the
“stupid” sauce. Lunch and dinner. 209 SW 2nd Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, 954463-2003. $
Sea Watch: Fresh sea air and fresh seafood mark this
spot run by the same folks as Bimini Boatyard.
International fish, mollusk, and crustacean dishes,
including New Zealand orange roughy with dill-
chardonnay sauce, bouillabaisse á la Marseillaise in
garlic-saffron broth, and South African lobster tails,
find their way from menu to mouth. Lunch and
dinner. 6002 N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-781-2200. $$$
Stork’s Cafa: The pleasant gourmet touches at this
charming café elevate simple fare to new heights.
Two soups are made fresh daily, as are salad
dressings like the outstanding balsamic vinaigrette.
Sandwiches and salads include the eatery’s
signature roasted sweet potato with crumbled blue
cheese. Also watch for the notable Storkberry pie, a
blend of blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and
blackberries, for a sweet-tart dessert. Lunch and
dinner. 2505 NE 15th Ave, Wilton Manors,
954-567-3220. $$
Try My Thai! Too: For information see listing under
Southeast Broward. 1507 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-6300030.
Waxy O’Connor’s: The pub’s interior is so authentically
Irish, you almost expect a peat fire to be burning.
Instead, you’ll have to get a glow off the Harp,
Guinness, or Murphy’s Irish Stout, the three Irish
brews on tap. The fare’s a bit inconsistent,
comprising American (Buffalo wings), British
(bangers and mash), and Irish (oak-smoked
salmon) favorites. The Irish standards, particularly
the beef stewed with Guinness and served with
homemade brown bread, are handled best. Have a
nightcap for dessert with whiskey-laced, bread-and-
butter pudding. Lunch and dinner. 1095 SE 17th St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-525-9299. $$
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. 1310 S Federal Hwy, Deerfield Beach,
954-596-1305. (Also in South Palm.) $$
Blue Moon Fish Co.: Only the high-end prices can
make you blue here, Otherwise the jazzy
ambiance, the professional service, and the
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change weekly, satisfy all the senses. As the name
implies, fish takes center stage, with an appetizer
of tuna marinated in soy-sesame sauce and a main
course of pan-seared yellowtail snapper with goat-
cheese mashed potatoes. Landlubbers win with
lamb chops, sliced off the bone, and filet mignon
covered with pungent Gorgonzola. Godiva soufflé
is a sumptuous sweet, but he warned — it’ll cost
ya. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. 44Ó5 W
Tradewinds Ave, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea,
954-267-9888. $$$$
Cafe Arugula: The staff calls this the best rack of
Colorado lamb in South Florida, and they just
might be right. Along with the best guava-
barbecued salmon over West Indian pumpkin
mash; the best pork chop Milanese stuffed with
prosciutto, basil, and Gorgonzola cheese; and the
best rigatoni with sauteed chicken, plum
tomatoes, spinach, garlic, and roasted red
peppers. The desserts at this award-winning
restaurant never fail to please the palate, either.
Dinner only. 3150 N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse
Point, 954-785-7732. $$$$
Casa Grande: The name’s pretty accurate: This is
good, honest, home-style Cuban cuisine served in
an upscale setting. Fried yuca, ham croquettes, and
pork-filled tamals are ideal for starting a meal, while
ropa vieja and garlic shrimp and chicken satisfy the
heartiest appetites. Mountains of excellently
prepared side dishes include the usual rice, beans,
and plantains. Dinner portions may be impressive,
blit then, so’s the flan for dessert. Lunch and dinner,
4000 N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse Point,
954-783-5338. $$
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. $$$$
Donatello Trattoria: Delectable homemade pastas
mark this 40-seat storefront eatery. Start with the
house salad and follow it up with a stuffed pasta —
the special ravioli of the day, perhaps, or the
tortelloni with sun-dried tomato and ricotta in a pink
sauce. Though they can he overshadowed by the
stupendous semolina, poultry, veal, and fish dishes
are also uniformly good. Meringue layer cake is a
light, crumbly dessert Dinner only. 1903 E Atlantic
Blvd, Pompano Beách, 954-786-2996. $$$
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
combread is a county favorite. Dinner only. 2502
N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse Point, 954-782-1060. $$$
Kasbah: Traditional Moroccan experiences are hard
to come by in the U.S., so take advantage of this
Pompano Beach restaurant’s pillow-sitting, tea-
drinking, hand-washing ceremonies. Kasbah serves
five-course, prix fixe meals, with all courses except
the entrée meant to be consumed with bread and
fingers. Lentil soup, Moroccan salads, and pastries
stuffed with Cornish hen and crushed almonds are
“followed by your choice of various main courses:
They include a terrific lamb with honey and
almonds, a fish stew, and several vegetarian options.
Dessert is a fruit cup spiked with orange blossom
water, Moroccan pastries, and eye candy—er, belly
dancing. Dinner only. 420 N Federal Hwy, Pompano
Beach, 954-941-4277. $$$
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 oné’meal cast a
shadow over the fiext 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 he 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, 954-7767893. (Also
Northwest Broward and Southwest Broward.) $
Little Havana II: Elegant and efficient service makes
the tasty Cuban fare 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, 954427-6000. $$
Maui Grille: If all you know about Hawaii is what you
learned from the Brady Bunch episode where Greg
almost drowns while surfing, then Maui Grille will
be quite an education. Serving Hawaii Regional
cuisine, the restaurant offers such goodies as
Kahana black ribs with a passion fruit-plum glaze;
Vietnamese peanut wontons in a lemon grass-chili
vinaigrette; and breast of duck rendered Peking-
style with a sour cherry-passion fruit sauce.
Complement the fruity, spicy flavors of the inventive
fare with Maui Blanc pineapple wine, and finish off
the meal with grilled Lanai pineapple dipped in palm
sugar. Lunch and dinner. 5022 N Federal Hwy,
lighthouse Point, 954-571-7788. $$$
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 tuna 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. $$$
Sunfish Grill: Chef-owner Anthony Sindaco shines
in this 46seat hard-to-find eatery, and it’s not
because the open kitchen is making him sweat.
The perfectly turned-out fish dishes attest to this
guy’s talent for cooking fish: barbeciied mahi-mahi
and wild mushrooms in a torta; pan-seared
snapper over wilted spinach and potato-onion
cake; sea bass you don’t need teeth to chew. For a
stronger pair of choppers, filet mignon or a veal
chop served with garlic potatoes and marinated
spinach will thrill. Outrageously rich desserts.
Dinner only. 2771E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano
Beach, 954-7862434. $$$
Thai Delight The pink-and-red décor comho may
seem typical, the fhenu somewhat familiar, and the
dry pad Thai far from a delight. But the coconut
milk-héavy 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,
954-3667400. $$
Tokyo Oolite: When you have 36plus rolls from
which to choose, as you have at this immaculate
little sushi joint, it’s hard not to find one that suits
your tastes. But if you can’t, move on to the
exquisitely fresh sushi and sashimi, the lightly fried
tempura, or the sloppy udon noodles endowed with
chicken, shrimp, or vegetables. Grilled eel is a
special treat, as is a red-bean ice cream sundae for
dessert Lunch and dinner. 61S Federal Hwy,
Deerfield Beach, 954-571-7181. $$
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, 954421-8880. $$
Wolfie's: For 50 years this Miami-based deli chain
has been serving up smoked whitefish and
smoked sable, stuffed derma and stuffed cabbage,
reuben sandwiches and knock reubens (made
with knockwurst instead of corned beef). Cheese
blintzes with cherry sauce, potato latkes with
applesauce, and homemade desserts including
prime Danish and rice pudding end the meal on a
sweet note. Take-out. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
100 S Military Trl, Deerfield Beach,
954-5769100. $
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Plantation
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Northwest Broward
Laspada's: For information see listing under
Northeast Broward. 7823 W Sample Rd, Coral
Spring's, 954-345-8833.
McDivot's: This is not your mom and dad’s country
club restaurant. Well, OK, so maybe it is. But your
folks must be pretty hip, because despite the golf-
theme décor and elegant ambiance, this place is
relatively mod, offering Maine lobster ravioli in a
scampi sauce and pistachio-crusted grouper with
tropical fruit salsa and mango-papaya coulis.
Shrimp “martinis,” Carolina blossom onion, and
mushrooms stuffed with snow crabmeat take the
usual to new levels. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday
brunch. Carolina Club, 3011 Rock Island Rd,
Margate, 954-753-3500. $$$
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 entrees 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. $$
Outback Steakhousc: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 650 Riverside Dr,
Coral Springs, 954-345-5965.
West Broward
Brasserie Max: Buried in the Fashion Mall, this
place still manages to attract a healthy crowd via
its sense of style and dependable appetizers,
salads, and entrées: barbecued salmon with
roasted corn and black bean salsa; spinach leaves
with bacon, goat cheese, and warm honey-
mustard dressing; nüt-crusted dolphin, and meat
loaf. Comfort continues with desserts such as
upside-down apple pie. Lunch and dinner. 321
N University Dr, Plantation, 954-424-8000. $$
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. Cateh of the day and half a dozen
pastas are freshlyprepared, 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, 954-835-2220. $$$
Dawat to India: Good Indian cooking is hard to find in
South Florida, so take advantage of this eatery’s
well-blended spice mixtures and finely tuned
mulligatawny soup. Sarnosas, pappadam with raita,
steaming naan, moist biryani, and rousing chicken
or lamb curries rate high on the piquancy scale.
Cool off with a yogurt drink or a Kingfisher beer.
Lunch and dinner. 6320 W Oakland Park Blvd,
Sunrise, 954-742-7558. $$
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. $$
Japan Hill/Da Mee Rale This Korean-owned Japanese
restaurant is an elegant surprise on the inside, and
not just because the décor is attractive. Soups can
be so-so, and appetizers iffy. But sushi, especially
white tuna, is reliably good. And the Korean
barbecue, grilled right at the table, is tantalizing. Be
sure to request the Korean menu and a grill table
when you walk in, though, or all you’re bound to see
is some raw fish. Lunch and dinner. 7225
W Oakland Park Blvd, Lauderhill, 954-572-9197. $$
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, 954-7494688. $$
Konakai: If you’re looking for unusual combinations,
check out this Peruvian-Chinese place. Wonton
soup and pork lo mein are listed side by side with
parihuela (fish soup) and chunks of pork with white
beans. More interesting are the dishes that combine
influences from both countries: stir-fried chicken
with tamarind sauce, roast pork with pickled
turnips, or fried sea bass eggs with beans.
Homemade rice pudding for dessert Lunch and
dinner. 2640 N University Dr, Sunrise,
954-746-9793. $$
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, 954-7484788. $$$
Legal Sea Foods: This Boston-based chain looks
trendy, but its best features are old New England
specialties: Ipswich clams, steamed and served with
drawn butter; signature clam chowder; mussels au
gratín; and baked Maine lobster stuffed with a moist
and flavorful cracker crumb-crabmeat mixture. The
restaurant also offers a host of fresh Northeastern
fishes, including bluefish, arctic char, and Boston
scrod. Exemplary quality control and professional,
dependablé service make this eatery; chain or no,
one of the best seafood restaurants around. Lunch
and dinner. The Oasis at Sawgrass Mills, 2602
Sawgrass Mills Cir, Sunrise, 954-846-9011. $$$
Max's Grille: For information see listing under South
Palm. 2210 Weston Rd, Weston, 954-217-0212.
Metropol: Have a conversation with the wait staff or
look around the dining room on a weekend night,
when it becomes a nightclub with flashing lights
and live music and is filled to capacity with families
sharing bottles of Stoli. It soon becomes clear that
Metropol, despite advertising itself as a
European/Continental establishment, is mainly
Russian. Specialties of the house include borscht,
chicken liver páté, meat dumplings Georgian-style,
and grilled rock Cornish hen. Shish kebabs and
Wiener schnitzel are also worth investigation. Keep
in mind that overly sweet Russian wines may not
entice the Western palate but can substitute for
dessert Lunch and dinner. 3806 N University Dr,
Sunrise, 954-741-2951. $$
Mido: The Japanese stuff is negligible, an
afterthought But to discount the Korean fere would
be criminal. We’re talking traditional casseroles like
boiled kim chee with tofu, noodle dishes you mix
with seafood and black bean sauce right at the table,
and barbecue dishes ranging from marinated thin-
sliced tenderloin to beef tongue with sesame sauce.
Fresh fish includes pan-fried wahoo and broiled
flounder. Semilive entertainment by way of the
karaoke machine and the big-screen TV. Lunch and
dinner. 2430 N University Dr, Sunrise,
954-742-9197. $$
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 aré
especially succulent Even the barbecued beans and
roasted corn in the husk are smokin’ good. The
restaurant is self-serve, seal-yourself, and the casual
nature of the place is complemented by an
artistically rendered, Western-style dining room. A
great place to linger with a slice of house-baked
pecan or key lime pie for dessert Outdoor seating.
Lunch and dinner. 1970 Sawgrass Mills Cir, Sunrise,
954-846-0550. $
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 fere, 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, 954-7494446. $
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
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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, 954-7474316. $$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 1823-B N Pine Island
Rd, Plantation, 954-370-9956.
Rainforest Cafe: A theme restaurant with an
irresistible (and noisy) sense of humor apparent in
the roaring alligators, the trumpeting elephants, and
the simulated thunderstorms. Warm yourself up
with the tasty calypso dip, made with salmon and
artichokes, or cool down with the “volcanic Cobb
salad,” a plateful of tossed greens and marinated
chicken. Amazon burgers are huge, naturally, and
Kalahari safari potpie is an adventure with mashed
potatoes. Desserts named after animals, like
“monkey business” (coconut bread pudding), may
turn you into one, Lunch and dinner. Sawgrass Mills
Mall, 12801W Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise,
954-851-1015. $$
Sterling Worth Cafe & 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.
Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. 801S University
Dr, C-126, Plantation, 954474-7738. $$$
Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe: This is a scaled-down,
middle-of-the-road, commercialized variation on
Wolfgang Puck’s once cutting-edge cuisine—which
is exactly what it’s meant to be. If you can accept
this and focus your expectations on Grand Cafe as a
superior alternative to the Cheesecake Factory
rather than Spago On a bad night, you’re far likelier
to enjoy what is, for the money, very good food.
Rock shrimp cakes with sweet corn sauce and
meaty pork.ribs glazed with oriental barbecue sauce
are both superb starters; main courses are also
surprisingly satisfying, particularly the rare-charred
peppered tuna steak and a soothing rendition of
homemade pappardelle with goat cheese. Desserts
are well prepared, the wait staff well trained, the
wood-fired pizza well... well, not particularly
noteworthy, surprising in light of it being
Wolfgang’s claim to fame. Now for the bad news: If
you want to sample real Puck cuisine, you still have
to fly to California. 2610 Sawgrass Mills Cir, Sunrise,
954-846-8668. Lunch and dinner. $$$
Southwest Broward
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-honey-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. $$$
Bamboo Garden III: The third installation of this
Miami-based Chinese restaurant might be the
best. Make sure to ask for the small “Chinese”
menu — it yields authentic goodies like kung pao
frogs’ legs and beef tripe with preserved mustard
greens. Steamed whole flounder and Maine
lobster, not to mention dishes like stir-fried rice
noodles with seafood, stocked with shrimp,
scallops, squid, and lobster, are big enough for
four to share, as is terrific hot and sour soup.
Gelatinous mango pudding is a dessert alternative
to fortune cookies. Take-out and delivery. Lunch,
dim sum, and dinner. 10041 Pines Blvd, Pembroke
Pines, 954-433-3939. $$
Bangkok Cafe: The Thai sensibility overrules 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. $$
Carib Palace: A pleasant, upscale interior elevates
the down-home island cooking found here.
Trinidadian roti —flatbread stuffed with cumin-
scented beef, chicken, or goat — is the house
specialty, and deservedly so. Curried goat and
fried rice emphasize the contribution of Asian
cultures to Caribbean cuisine, while Guyanese
potato fritters dipped in habanero chili sauce
speak strictly to owner Gobin Dyal’s nationality.
Lunch and dinner. 3414 S University Dr, Davie,
954-382-5990. $
Eric's BarJM) Co.: The Texas two-step isn’t just a
dance — it’s also the number of movements you
need to polish off a plate of baby-back and St
Louis ribs. One: Hold the rib over your mouth.
Two: Allow gravity to help the meat slip off right
into your ready maw. Yes, they’re that tender.
Chicken is juicy, chili is cheesy, and cornbread is
crumbly. If this is what Texans eat on a regular
basis, it’s no wonder how they grow those
cowboys so big and healthy out there. Lunch and
dinner. 10040 Pines Blyd, Pembroke Pines,
954436-3742. $$
La Brochette Bistro: True sophistication liés in
Cooper City, where chef-proprietor Aboud
Kobaitri operates this one-man show. His
Lebanese heritage, Parisian training, Norwegian
schooling, and Florida lifestyle reveal themselves
in appetizers such as conch fritters en brochette
and conch schnitzel in a caper-lime sauce. Many
specials are offered nightly; fish entrées with
Asian touches are dependably fresh. Watch for
exotica such as ostrich or pounded filet of pork
stuffed with goat cheese, but make sure to order
them lightly grilled. Lunch (Wed-Thu only) and
dinner. 2635 N Hiatus Rd, Cooper City,
954435-9090. $$$
La Carreta: A muncher’s mecca, with the flashy
wagon wheel out front The reliable Cuban food, in
fact, is not flashy. But when black beans, midnight
sandwiches, omelets, chicken and yellow rice, and
fried beef dishes like these are at the end of the
journey, it’s happy trails indeed. Breakfast, lunch,
and dinner. 301 University Dr, Pembroke Pines,
954-966-8161. $
La Hacienda: Pan-Latin American cuisine in
Pembroke Pines never tasted so good, especially if
you’re familiar with Venezuelan dishes, several of
which are represented on the menu. If you’re not,
don’t worry — the octopus sautéed in garlic and
paprika and the arepitas, or fried corn cakes, make
for a pleasant introduction. Follow them up with
oxtail or goat stew, or an unusual combination
entrée of tamal and chicken salad. Rice pudding is
a more typical dessert. Lunch and dinner. 11252
Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, 954443-0955. $$
Laspada's: For information see listing under
Northeast Broward. 2645 S University Dr, Davie,
954476-1099.
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, and chicken
potpie are all made on the premises. That includes
the “comfort style” strawberry shortcake for
dessert Lunch and dinner. 2250 Weston Rd,
Weston, 954-384-9007. $$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 7841 Pines Blvd,
Pembroke Pines, 954-981-9789.
Shorty's Bar-B-Q: Rub elbows — literally — with all
sorts at this rib-’n’-chicken joint Seating is at long
picnic tables. Just try tearing succulently
barbecued pork off the baby-back bone and
crunching corn off the cob without poking your
neighbor at least once. If the up-close-and-personal
aspect of the place frightens you, go for the more
subtle sliced beef sandwich or the highly seasoned
pork steak, which can be more daintily consumed
with knife and fork. Take-out. Lunch and dinner.
5989 S University Dr, Davie, 954-680-9900. $$
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, 954-385-8080. $$
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Conca D'Oro: Say “cheese” — stuffed in your lasagna
with meatballs and sausage, layered over your
eggplant or veal Parmesan, sliced with tomato and
basil as a cooling salad, deep-fried and laced with
marinara sauce, or melted over some of the thinnest
pizza pie crust in South Florida (unless, of course,
you order Sicilian). This decades-old pizza parlor
doesn’t fool around, and neither should you,
because if you don’t get there early, you’ll probably
find yourself waiting in line with the rest of the
D’Oro devotees. Take-out Lunch and dinner. 1833
Tyler St, Hollywood, 954-927-6704. $$
East Emerald: The menu boasts that this elegant
stripmall 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-
corn soup to the eggplant shrimp entrée and
multicourse Peking duck, a bargain at $26. Lunch
and dinner. 5301 Sheridan St, Hollywood,
954-894-1390. $$
Goulash Gharda: The Old World’s alive and well in so-
called hip Hollywood. At this kitschy restaurant, the
tender stroganoff, spiced with julienne dill pickle,
and the marinated venison, washed down with •
Hungarian Bull’s Blood wine, prove it Stuffed
cabbage, cured tongue, and a casserole comprising
baked white beans and smoked duck also testify to
the sterling character of the place. For dessert
Dobos torta, a layer cake, is a true Austro-Hungarian
delight. Lunch and dinner. 2215 N Federal Hwy,
Hollywood, 954-926-3355. $$
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. $$$
Le Pastis: This fine and friendly French restaurant in
downtown Hollywood just might turn into a
mainstay for locals. The hallmark here is quality:
Bay scallops áre tender little nuggets, frogs’ legs are
moist and mild, rack of lamb is musky and meaty.
The atmosphere evokes Provence, as does the
plethora of dishes made with tomatoes and olives.
Order a chocolate soufflé ahead of time for a fluffy
dessert or—if you forget—grab the best tarte
Tatin in the area. Dinner only. 1824 Harrison St,
Hollywood, 954927-0002. $$$
Little Italian Tavern: Don’t be fooled by its trailer
park locale. This place, with an extensive Italian
menu, may offer dinner cheaper than you could
make it at home. But it also does it better. The Í
house special, spaghettini, comes with your
choice of 21 sauces. Or scan the blackboard for
the daily specials, which range from portobello
mushroom caps stuffed with vegetables and.
cheese to spaghetti with veal meatballs to salmon
fillet over a bed of sautéed spinach. Finish with a
pleasant hunk of tiramisu, but don’t forget to stop
at the ATM beforehand. Reasonable as this joint
is, it doesn’t accept credit cards. Lunch and
dinner. 800 S Federal Hwy, Hallandale Beach,
954457-9663. $$
Martha's: Elegant and classic, with a spectacular
view of the Intf acoastal Waterway. Escargots in puff
pastry, caesar salad, jumbo shrimp scampi, and
prime rib are especially precious — guard every
valuable mouthful. Contemporary-cuisine lovers,
fear not. Intriguing specials may include recipes
like smoked salmon Napoleon and halibut
encrusted with horseradish with crawfish mashed
potatoes. Live entertainment includes supper-club-
style swing and dancing. Dinner only. 6024
N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, 954923-5444. $$$$
Mr. Marven's: Despite the addition to the menu of
grilled-to-order Greek specialties, the restaurant’s
décor and exterior (including the sign) still .shout
“Smokehouse BBQ,” which used to reside at this
location. Nevertheless you’ll be happy to indulge
in grilled lamb chops, grilled quail, and souvlaki,
all doused with flavorful oregano. Orders of
pasticchio, fried calamari, and Greek saláds are
generous, as are the rice or potatoes that
accompany entrées. Lunch and dinner. 1040
W Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale Beach,
9544548533. $$
Sushi faitiesCafe: The süshLs cold, the sáki’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, 954929-9560. $$
Taverna Opa: This is as close as you’ll get to a Greek-
island dining experience in Hollywood. Featuring a
festive waterfront setting and an upbeat
Mediterranean staff, the restaurant is ready-made
for lingering over a long and festive meal. The best
bet is to share a whole slew of mezé, small hot or
cold dishes similar to tapas, and a crisp, chilled
bottle of Greek wine. The souvlaki and fresh seafood
are topnotch. Don’t forget to save room for out-of-
this-world deserts like baklava and galaktoboureko
(phyllo-shrouded custard). Dinner only. 410
N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, 9549294010. $$
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 (likepolenta), goulash, and
skirt steak. Superfriendly service and live
entertainment put you in the mood to down a bottle
of two of Romanian merlot Doboschtorte or crepes
for dessert Lunch and dinner. 113 S 20th Ave,
Hollywood, 954929-0777. $$
Try My Thai! Cafe: The décoris as green as an untried
soldier but the nicely executed Thai fare’s pretty
well seasoned. Tiger tear is tidbits of beef tossed
with roasted rice to give it a nutty flair; “shrimp-in-a-
blanket” has loads over those ol’ pigs, namely
ground chicken, clear noodles, and a whole Gulf
shrimp inside a crisp coat. Main courses — Foster
Care Alligator (tender gator spiced with chili paste)
and the Ugly Duckling (duck sauced with garlic and
vinegar) — are more mature and sophisticated than
their titles suggest. Insist on spicy; the kitchen
naturally assumes wimpiness. Lunch and dinner.
2003 Harrison St, Hollywood, 954926-5585. (Also in
Fort Lauderdale Area.) $$
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,
954962-7447. $$$
Zinkler's Bavarian Village: Austro-German fare,
featuring succulent veal or pork sausages with
sweet sauerkraut, tender, oniony goulash, and
excellent homemade spaetzle, doesn’t get much
better than this. But be prepared for a little shtick
with your schnitzel — the wait staff dress in
Bavarian costume, and an accordion player belts out
the tunes. Homemade Bláck Forest cake for
dessert Dinner only. 1401N Federal Hwy,
Hollywood, 954922-7321. $$$
South Palm
Aegean Isles: Large, bright and airy, this Greek
restaurant has one goal: to please its customers. To
that end no one smacks you on the head with a plate
or subjects you to flaming ouzo shots. Instead the
management provides deferential service, and the
kitchen sends out excellent examples of fine Greek
cuisine: flambéed kefalograviera cheese, zesty
sausage livened up with orange, grilled swordfish
souvlaki. The bekri meze — a casserole of filet
mignon, strip sirloin, and bacon — is particularly
delicious, as is the moussaka. Galaktobouriko for
dessert is richer than average and a bargain to boot
Dinner only. 297 E Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton,
561-368-7788. $$$
Baja Cafe: For information see listing under
Northeast Broward. 201NW 1st Ave, Boca Raton,
561-3945449.
Balcony Bistro: A French oasis on the third floor of
Bloomingdale’s? Nonsense, you think. Until you dig
into chef-proprietor Jean-Louis Quelleris rich duck
páté and his sinfully creamy chicken-mushroom
crepes. For a lighter meal conducive to shopping
afterward, indulge in an herbed omelet or spinach
quiche. Entrée dishes include beef bourguignon,
veal stew, and chicken Normandy. Lunch and early
dinner. Towne Center, 5840 Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-3942265. $$
Bangkok in Boca: If you don’t mind a lack of attention
to detail, then frequenting this Thai restaurant won’t
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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 soup, and
finish with palate-soothing coconut ice cream.
Lunch and dinner. 500 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton,
561-394-6912. $$
Big City Tavern: For information see listing under
Central Palm. 5250 Town Center Cir, Boca Raton,
561-361-4551.
' Bistro Zenith: This high-end bistro incorporates
influences from around the world, most notably Asia
and the Mediterranean. Take for example the
steamed chicken-and-spinach won tons served in a
roast chicken-soy broth for starters. Or the
panzahella bread salad with kalamata crostini.
Pastas and main courses range from smoked
mozzarella ravioli to mango-barbecued salmon to
miso-plum roasted duckling. Count on several
things here: The crispy-coated cheesecake for
dessert, the polite service for all the courses, and
the wait for a table if you don’t have a reservation.
Lunch and dinner. 3011 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton,
561-997-2570. (Also in North Palm.) $$$
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 crumbly
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. $$
BrewZZi: Loud and proud of it with giant TV screens
and a healthy pickup scene inside, and motor-
powered spotlights and a long line of would-be
diners contributing to the noise pollution outside.
The home-brewed beer should be the heaviest thing
here, but the portion sizes of the salads and Italian
entrées outweigh ’em easy. Gorgonzola-speckled
cottage fries pave the way for veal or eggplant
Parmesan subs, portobeilo mushroom or beef
burgers, and pastas like orecchiette with sausage and
broccoli rabe. Outdoor seating.'Lunch and dinner.
2222 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-392-2739. $$
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. $$$$
España Tapas: Tapas, tapas, everywhere. Share
several cold and hot ones and make a meal of if or
order classic tortillas and shrimp in garlic sauce as
appetizers. Then move on to the authentic Spanish
cuisine — grilled meats, salted fish, and rice dishes
like paella. Live entertainment on weekends
includes an interactive flamenco show and band;.
show even the slightest interest in them and you
just might wind up dancing and singing. Lunch and
dinner. 309 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton,
561-361-7576. $$
Gigi's: This place is an update of a classic bistro.
Offerings range from léek-tomato fondue to spice-
seared tuna to filet mignon topped with mushrooms,
and mosf like the French onion soup that comes
with scissors, exhibit a refreshing sense of humor.
An oyster bar, priced “by the tide,” presents
marinated mussels, gravlax, and oyster stew, among
Other raw and cooked items. Tarte Tatin for
dessert Lunch and dinner. Mizner Park, 346 Plaza
Real, Boca Raton, 561-368-4488. $$$
Hoot Toot & Whistle: The ride in this Orient Express-
like dining car is wildly uneven, but the polite
service compensates. And when a dish works, it
rocks, Wild mushroom-and-shallot tart is an
excellent starter, as is the rich lobster bisque.
Pecan-crusted yellowtail snapper is softened with a
fragrant lemon-butter sauce; á pork chop is
heightened by a shot of Jack Daniel’s and apple-
raisin chutney. Continue with pecans, in a chocolate-
laced pie, for dessert. Dinner only. 290 E Atlantic
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-243-0140. $$$
Johannes: Undeniably expensive and exclusive, this
32-seat boutique restauranf recognizable only by
the elaborate/-shape door handle, is still a friendly
place to dine. Some of the complex fare doesn’t
justify the prices, but chef-owner Johannes
Fruhwirf formerly the maitre d’ at Citrus,
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welcomes all with exotic offerings including lobster
ravioli with tobikko caviar, calamari and wakame
salad served in a coconut shell, coriander-crusted
rack of lamb, and dry-aged New York strip with a
single-malt glaze. During the season look for game
such as marlin, elk, antelope, and venison. Dinner
only. 47 E Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton,
561-394-0007. $$$$
Keé Grill: A welcome addition to the north Boca fine-
dining scene. Polynesian in looks and named for a
beach in Hawaii, the eatery actually specializes in
seafood with international influences. Sure, you can
order the macadamia nut-sautéed shrimp entrée for
that Big Island flavor, but then you’d miss out on a
superb main course of Mediterranean shrimp
scampi with artichokes. And while the semifiery
sauce on the volcano grilled-shrimp starter may
remind you of Hawaiian upcountry, the hot crab-
jalapeño dip is actually a spicier appetizer. Excellent
steaks and chops, too, in addition to homemade
strawberry shortcake for dessert. Dinner only.
17940 N Military Trl, Boca Raton;
561-995-5044. $$$
The tittle 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 CcfTee 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-
timey 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. $$
Max's Grille: The inaugural Dennis Max creation,
this upscale diner updates classic comfort food
such as meat loaf, grilled spring chicken, roast
duck, and even sirloin burgers (by topping them
with Maytag blue cheese). The three South
Florida locations vary slightly, but customers can
count on inventive, regional, and seasonal fare.
Daily specials, day-boat fresh fish, and sumptuous
desserts make this a grill to remember. Lunch and
dinner. Mizner Park, 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton,
561-368-0080. (Also Fort Lauderdale Area and
West Broward.) $$$
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 sautéed in clam juice
and 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 (cross-cut French fries),
cole slaw, and baked beans — to the whole
rotisserie chicken, 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 stops 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. Cán’t get enough of the witty waitstaff?
Order bananas Foster, prepared before your eyes,
for dessert. Dinner only. 21073 Powerline Rd, Boca
Raton, 561-487-9966. $$$$
Nick and Max's: Chef-owner Nick Morfogen and
restaurateur Dennis Max have breathed new life
info this restaurant, formerly known as Maxaluna.
The light-infused, Art Deco interior is
complemented by Morfogen’s award-winning, "
Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Entrees like
sautéed sea bass in fennel jus over potato purée,
braised short ribs over fresh rigatoni, and Maine
lobster and potato tortellini with chanterelle
mushrooms and a corn jus all rate highly. Spend
dessert money wisely, however, by instead
investing in the “20 dollar” potato, a twice-baked
spud wrapped in bacon and stuffed with Gruyere
and black truffles, to start. Not only will you be too
broke for a sweet, you’ll be too full. Lunch and-
dinner. 5050 Town Center Cir, Boca Raton,
561-391-7177. $$$$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 6030 SW 18th St, Boca
Raton, 561-338-6283. (Also 1300 Linton Blvd, Delray
Beach, 954-272-7201.)
The Pineapple Grille: Off the shoulder of the main
drag, this ultrafriendly, colorful café serves an
array of artistic tropical island-influenced wraps,
pastas, and pizzas. “Grille specialties” like
macadamia nut-crusted crabcakes and roasted
citrus duck with cinnamon-scented yams are crave
inducing, if you can get past “stimulations” like
yuca cakes with green chilies, chicken satay, and
tamarind-persimmon sauce, and salads such as
field greens with seared scallops, dried cherries,
sunflower-seeds, and citrus vinaigrette. Every
wine on the list is available by the glass. Lunch
and dinner. 800 Palm Trl, Delray Beach,
561-265-1368. $$$
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 homémade
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. $$$
Tom's Place: A barbecue dinner is a tradition here,
and so is the no-credit-card policy and the line to
get in the door—the to-go window’s your best shot
during snowbird season. Still, you can’t blame
everybody for wanting a crack at some of the
meatiest ribs in town, be they baby backs or beef.
Fried catfish also rates, as do darn-good collard
greens, black-eyed peas, colé slaw, potato salad,
rice with gravy, and sticky corn muffins. For
dessert, sweet potato pie is exactly what it implies.
Take-out. Lunch and dinner. 7251 N Federal Hwy,
Boca Raton, 561-997-0920. $
Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House: If you love to stand on
line, this deli is for you. Sibling to the famous Rascal
House in North Miami Beach, this 350-seat
behemoth of a place offers lean corned-beef
sandwich on seeded rye bread, tangy pickled
herring in sour cream sauce, rich chopped liver, or
superb sweet-and-sour stuffed cabbage. You just
have to wait. But there’s also a bakery and takeout
counter, where you can buy your chocolate
rugelach without the hassle. Lunch and dinner. 2006
Executive Center Dr, Boca Raton, 561-982-8899. $$
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. $$$
La Palma Grill: The best way to feel “chile” in South
Florida is to order the serrano-laced ceviche, the
chipotle-napped sea bass, or the ancho-glazed
chicken mole at this nouvelle Mexican restaurant.
Attractive and sophisticated, La Palma livens up
sedate Clematis Street, but also caters to the mild-
tempered diner with dishes like grilled tuna in a
blueberry vinaigrette and pork tenderloin with
roasted corn purée and pumpkin-seed sauce. Cool
down the palate with a slice of guava cheesecake
for dessert. Dinner only. 207 Clematis St, West
Palm Beach, 561-833-8886. $$$
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.)
Rachel's: OK, so you should take this place with a
grain of salt—ora pinch of Viagra. Housed in a
“men’s club” featuring “adult entertainment,” this
steak house/strip joint serves some of the best
prime rib, filet mignon, and porterhouse in South
Florida. Don’t let the “entertainment” label fool
you, though —strippers do bottomless table
dances while you dine so that you can have your
cheesecake and eat it, too. Rack of lamb and tuna
steak also rate as highly as the enhanced bosoms of
the dancers, and á la carte vegetables like creamed
spinach are worth the extra expense. Dinner only.
2905 W 45th St, West Palm Beach,
561-616-9600. $$$$
Spoto's Oyster Bar: Superior fish and shellfish are
available here, for fewer clams than you might
think, given the ritzy location. Casual, funky, and
friendly, this oyster bar offers three varieties of the
raw mollusk, along with a host of cooked
crustaceans and fish. Baked Brie and bluepoint
oysters and creamy oyster stew are particularly
good, as are Nifoise salad, yellowfin tuna steak, and
jambalaya fettuccine tossed with jumbo shrimp,
chicken, and andouille sausage. Prime rib, the only
meat entrée, is exceptional. House-made desserts
such as peanut-fudge pie are almost impossibly
lush. Outdoor dining. Lunch and dinner. 125 Datura
St, West Palm Beach, 561-835-1828. $$$
North Palm
Bistro Zenith: For information see listing under
South Palm. 2401 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens,
561-627-0000.
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 103 A-l S Federal Hwy,
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Welcome to
the Comfort
Zone
By Michael Mattox
For the past 15 years, record producer Nick
Funk has been on a self-imposed mission to
document the creative talent of some of South
Florida’s best jazz musicians. He has done
well, having recorded such locally based lumi-
naries as multi-instrumentalist Ira Sullivan,
tenor saxophonist Turk Mauro, drummer
Duffy Jackson, and pianist Dolf Castellano.
On his own independent imprint, Funkadero
Records, he is presently set to release two sep-
arate albums by bassist-arranger Don Miller.
By bringing his considerable production and
interpersonal skills to bear on each of these
and many other artists, Funk has deftly creat-
ed over the years what might finally be called
a “Funkadero sound.”
Funk moved to South Florida from Bloom-
ingtort, Indiana, in 1972. Working closely with
the old Musician’s Exchange, he organized
and promoted jazz and blues concerts in Fort
Lauderdale throughout the early ’80s. In 1988
he opened his first club — Funky’s Jazz Cafe
— on East Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Laud-
erdale. Funky’s closed less than two years lat-
er. “I found out the hard way you can’t make a
living selling wine and beer,” Funk recalls
with a laugh. Nonetheless, in partnership
with visual artist Rene Gordon, he immediate-
ly opened another club — destined to close
within a year — on the south side of the New
River, called Riverwalk Jazz. “The problem
with that one,” he recalls, “was there was no
Riverwalk yet” Fortunately Funk’s interests
were not limited to the openings and closings
of jazz clubs. He had launched Funkadero
Records in 1984. For the next ten years he
utilized various studios in the region to record
music for his label. Finally in 1994 he made a
substantial financial investment and trans-
formed half of his house into Funkadero
Recording Studio.
Funk’s love of jazz music and his deep ap-
preciation of jazz artists are rooted in his
Indiana childhood. “My fami-
ly has always been involved
with music,” he says. “My
mother was the family leader,
and she supported three of us
with music in Bloomington,
Indiana. She was a self-taught
piano player, and she worked
all around town, playing
dances, nightclubs, fairs, and
functions at the nearby Indi-
ana University. She and her threé brothers
were a group. They started in the church
playing gospel music, but they really loved
to play jazz and the popular music of the day,
the big bands, Hoagy Carmichael, people
like that. But whatever they played swung,
and that’s what I remember most”
His close, early association with the creative
process of making jazz music lies at the heart
of Funk’s mission. When asked why he is so
committed to documenting jazz as opposed to 1
other, more lucrative styles of music, he says
jokingly, “My daughter asked me about the
success of the business and about jazz, and I
told her that the way it works is you record all
you can and make the most excellent product
that you can document, and then you die and
someone else makes money off your work.
“But seriously,” he continues, “it isn’t about
money. I’m like other people; I’d like financial
success to come with [my work], and I feel in
time it will. But your creativity goes out the
window when you’re thinking about the mon-
ey before you’re thinking about the art”
Funk deals with a select group of artists. He
Mews himself as their enablér and facilitator.
His goals are to provide the stage and to ere-
ate opportunities for jazz musicians to per-
form at their highest possible levels. To expe-
dite the process and document the results, he
has created a space in his home studio within
which the artist can feel free. Welcome to
what Funk calls “the comfort zone.”
He decided to convert his home into a
professional recording studio after much
thought and carefully considering the costs.
Ultimately his decision to go ahead with the
project “was motivated more by his commit-
ment to jazz than by his wish for financial
reward. “As far as music is concerned,” he
says, “I feel that jazz is synonymous with
quality and excellence. Among musicians
jazz artists are the cream that rises to the
top. I was committed from the start to focus-
ing on jazz. Once the digital aspect of re-
cording equipment came on the market and
brought the cost down, I decided to convert
part of my house into a studio.”
From the outside you would never know
that the typical Florida-style house located on
a quiet street in Fort Lauderdale is the home
of the Funkadero sound. Inside, the house is
split roughly in half lengthwise. One of those
halves is living space; the other is office, stu-
dio, and recording space. The studio, which
used to be a living room, is completely sound-
proof. On the floor rests a beautiful-sounding
K Kawai grand piano that used to be in the
Musician’s Exchange. The control room, also
soundproof, is dominated by a Mackie 32-
track recording console. CD recorders, DAT
machines, compressors, and 24-track ADAT
recording machines are stacked neatly in
racks to one side. A comfortable couch lines
a wall, providing a great place to listen to the
sounds coming from the studio. A hallway
that connects the front office to the studio
and another hallway that connects the studio
to the control room are used as isolated re-
cording areas.
Duffy Jackson, whose 42-year career as a
dynamic jazz drummer and bandleader in-
eludes recording stints with the Count Basie
Band, guitarist George Benson, the Manhat-
tan Transfer, and many others, is one of those
select artists who have experienced the
difference of recording in the comfort zone.
“I had visited my friend Nick’s home many
times before he built the studio,” Jackson
says, “and I always felt that when the studio
was finished I would want to record there.
Now I’ve had the opportunity to record sever-
al projects'there, and it is a very different feel-
ing when you are in Nick’s home compared
to the usual commercial studios. First of all
the atmosphere and ambiance is conducive to
spontaneous creativity. I don’t feel that pres-
sure and tension that are so much a part of
the usual recording sessions.... Nick’s atti-
tude and the environment of his studio in-
spires you to create at your best A big part of
the success of the projects I’ve done there is
the engineering and mixing of
Nick’s nephew, Josh Rummler.
The fact that he’s related to
Nick just enhances the family
feeling in the house.”
The Funkadero sound is
the result of the setting of the
studio, the equipment, and of
course, the intangible touch of
Funk himself. “You don’t think
about your signature being on
something,” he says, “but it does happen be-
cause of the choices that you make, the artists
that you work with, the way you like to set lev-
els and place microphones, and the ambiance
of the session. It’s not conscious, it just seems
to happen.”
One of the key elements of the Funkadero
sound is the “live” feel that Funk captures in
the studio. “Everybody in jazz wants that live
feeling on their CDs,” he says. “When they
play live in front of an audience, that energy is
there, but when they get in the studio and you
start recording in layers and isolating tracks,
then it can sound overprocessed. So what
they really want to get is that live, sponta-
neoUs sound and feeling in the studio. Tenor
saxophonist Turk Mauro paid me the great-
est compliment... when he told me that no
one had ever captured his live sound to his
satisfaction until he came here.”
So how is that live sound achieved? “It’s
magic,” Funk explains. “There is no simple
formula. It all has to do with the equipment,
the procedures that you follow. But if you
want to really get something from an artist,
that comfort zone is the number one thing. If
that artist is really comfortable, you are going
to hear it”
Nick Funk is a man who loves jazz and the
creative process. While he might not be a
jazz musician, he is a certainly a ¡creative
artist in his own right His area of creativity
is the space he has built within his home;
his tools are his collection of digital elec-
tronic equipment; his mediutn is the surface
of tapes and CDs; and the content of his art
is the product of other-artists. His is a ere-
ativity in service to others.
“It isn’t my vision,”he says, “it’s their vision.
My job is to do everything possible to help
them document their concept I don’t put my
ideas on them; that’s not what its about If you
really want to make it happen for the artists,
first you have to create the environment and
then it will happen.”
Funkadero Records can be contacted at 954-523-fUNK
and by e-mail at Funk@shadow.net
“ftifl creativity goes out the window
when you're thinklngabout the money
before you're thlnklng about the art"
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"Hey Jóe, hey Joe! Hey Joe, long time no see,
buddy! Hey Joe, hoWveya been? Hey Joe, looking
good, nice glasses! Hey Joe — you need anything,
come see me."
You might be thinking: what's up with all of this?
Where is this column going? Is this a review of some
lame Jimi Hendrix cover band? Who the hell is Joe,
and why is his name in bold?
Well if you don't know Joe, you don't know Dick.
All of a sudden this guy Joe has become one of the
most popular guys in Fort Lauderdale. Who is he
anyway? BrothJ[jfe|jfdusters, the truth shall set you
free. Joe is thd|pyjwf¡p Mn get you in to what is
quickly becoming me Jibttest club in Broward
County: Hay.
> If Play seems different from its downtown Fort
Lauderdale counterparts, it's supposed to. Brother
Chris, part owner with older brother Michael, gives us
a little taste of Manhattan flava snuggled between the
bars and top 40 dance clubs of the Riverfront area.
They should know: Michael used to be involved with
one of the hottest clubs in Florida, The Edge, of
Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, while Chris was in
Manhattan working security for the nightclub Life.
DJ Garfield, formerly of Liquid (South Beach)
and Essance (United Kingdom) legitimizes the cut-
ting-edge feel, laying down the sounds as Saturday
night's resident DJ, spinning deep Trance and Techno.
This lad, as they say in the UK, got his start spinning
at raves in England in the late 80's. His Euro-Style
mixes blow up...watch for more to come on this guy.
The bar staff at Play goes off too. If you have fat
stacks in your wallet, be extra generous to the bar-
tender with the crazy pink wig and the sexy tattoo on
her back; she works awfully hard. A shout out to
Vinney too. He's responsible for keeping the order,
and a good job he does at that One question though:
How come Ice-Cube never showed up?
Oh, one last thing, gentle readers: a little advice
before -you go out to Play... "/ just have to go inside
quick to see if my friend is there; Tm a friend of.the
DJ;" and "I think Tm on the list" aren't gonna cut it
with Joe. Yawn. The poor guy has heard it all and gets
hassled harder than Jennifer Lopez at a spandex con-
vention. If you're gonna try to get on Joe's good side,
you're gonna have to be a little more creative. Good
luck.
On a dance note of a different kind, let's talk hard
core. Thought moshing was dead? Think again. Four
bands went off a couple of Sundays ago at the Chili
Pepper, putting on a monster show...literaUy. Amen
, opened for what was to be a raucous night of thrash.
Slipknot came on second and blew the crowd away
with its heavy percussion-driven beats. Flocked in
anonymity, each of the nine members donned a heavy
orange jumpsuit and mask of choice...a pig mask, a
gas mask, a Michael Meyersesque disguise, etc.
(Didn't anyone tell these guys Halloween isn't until the
end of the month?) Machine Head came away the
crowd favorite, playing songs from its new release
The Burning Red. Lead singer Robert Flynn told the
audience that this 'was the last date of the tour and
"by far this was the rowdiest crowd" the band had
played to. (Ah c'mon, Robert, you're making us feel
special). Have no fear, the Pepper's staff came pre-
pared for the testosterone-ririven music and dancing
by erecting fences around the mosh pit to save those
who preferred to go home in One piece. Enter at your
own risk! The entire gig was capped off by a huge
performance by headlining band Coal Chamber,
playing in support of its sophomore effort Chamber
Music.
No rest for the hard core, thougli, as The Cult
rolled into town Tuesday night, October 5th, ripping
out old hits like "Fire Woman" and "Love Removal
Machine."
60 October 14-20,1999 New Times Broward-Palm Beach


One of the original bad boys of rock 'n' roll was supposed
to pay South Florida a visit October 7th at the Chili Pepper,
even though he prefers California girls. Yes, he's still going:
all Dave, all night, on Davé TV. TÍie ice cream man. Just a
gigolo. Is this ringing any bells? You know the guy, right?
C'mon kids, there was life before Kid Sock. Legend has it
that a long-haired, blonde guy in spandex used to fly over the
crowd tied to ropes. What was his name....? Oh yeah! David
Lee Roth, the cool part of that group Van something. Well
he's still bringing it, but as luck would have it, his guitar play-
er had some sort of problem that caused them to delay the
tour. Or was it that Dave's Viagra prescription ran out?
Boo-hoo. Nonetheless, this nocturnal nightwatchman
was looking forward to seeing Diamond
Dave. The guy is an entertainer in any
decade. The Chili Pepper continues
to bring in national acts to SoFla as
they host rockers Sisters of
Mercy this Thursday,
October 14.
Let's go back in
time a little bit, kids.
Surely you all know
this past August
marked
the 30th
anniversary
of the out-
door music
festival known
as Woodstock.
Current stars
like Creed .and
Dave Matthews
played Woodstock 99 to
commemorate the festival and
bring back those good "60s vibes” of
harmony, peace and love. Could you feel it? Ok, so
this year's Woodstock ended in a violent riot, complete with
sexual harrasment and arson. Who cares, man! This is the
90s, what do you want? Power to the people! No, no just kid-
ding. That wasn't cool. So if you want to capture some of
those early Woodstock feelings when the guys were mel-
lower and the girls weren't afraid to frolic naked in the mud,
one of the star performers of the 1969 show play s his outdoor
magic again at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm.
Yes, the legendary Carlos Santana works his evil ways
Sunday October 17th. Español rockers Ozomatli open up the
show which is sure to be a smash, rain or shine.
Speaking of riots, smashes and rock 'n' roll, the two came
together here in South Florida on Sunday, October 10th as
the World Wrestling Federation rolled its circus into town.
This stuff is unreal! As in UN-real. Well, whether it's real or
not, those guys like to put on a great show. That Sting sure
has a great costume, something like the Crow meets the
Terminator. ("When I grow up can I be wrestler daddy,
can I?")
More cool things going on you should know about: If
you missed the wrestlers you can still catch a good beating
(heh, heh, heh) at the Drum Circle at Quiet Waters Park on
North Powerline Road in Deerfield Beach. Drummers gath-
er every Sunday from 3-6 pm to release positive energy and
drum, drum, drum. BYOD. Bring your own drum. But if you
don't have one, it's cool just to listen.
Since we're talking about good beats, if you're looking to
hear some sweet sounds of the Caribbean, catch Sweet
Justice, at City Limits in Delray Beach on Sundays. This is a
local reggae band that really jams
â– afc nicely together. It be a great
way to wind down a week-
end.
Well, we're in the-
depths of
October and
that means
one thing,
it's football
season
again.
Sorry
ladies you'll have a
hard time dragging your
man away from the set the
next few weeks. A tough loss
to Buffalo at Pro Robbie (as
they call it) has the Fins fans
down. But we know this
city thrives on the pigskin.
It's not just a game, it's the
festivities that go along
with it. The tailgating, the music,
the food. Pick your spot early because
South Florida's biggest games are here. The heat-
ed Florida State vs. Miami rivalry is back, and Noles
fans knew that Gatsby's in Deerfield was the place to be.
This place is huge! It took the first two quarters to walk
from the front to the back. The big screen behind the bar is
your best angle all year. And Gatsby's knows what comes at
the end of the year: it's Gator on a stick so get out the hunt-
ing gear.
Hey, don't forget, this is about the time of year everyone
begins to get their thinking caps on wondering what kind of
costume they will strut for die big Halloween bash. Of
course, the girls have to dress up in a sexy costume. Why is
this? Who made Halloween a sexy holiday? From monsters
and ghosts to French maids and hookers. Girls, you know its
true, the costume has to be slammin’ sexy, right? Well, what-
ever you choose, it might be a good idea to get into the spir-
it at the Hollywood Greyhound TVack with Terror at the
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n n sharp contrast to the cynical night at Kim's Alley Bar in Fort Lauderdale’s
pack of corruption mongers that Gateway Shopping Center. Along with
constitutes the overpaid writing Swing Sister, two fairly well-mannered
staff here at New Times, the Cali- bands will play hourlong sets on each of
hrator steadfastly maintains that it is Fort these nights. Leigh herself will be in
Lauderdale’s open, culturally progressive charge of booking the bands and promot-
attitude — not wolfish developers and ing the shows. Her plans will be carried
ethically challenged politicians — that is out in conjunction with the owner of
chiefly responsible for the city’s'present Kim’s, Tom Eckerlé, who was unavailable
global status as a great American boom- for comment last Tuesday afternoon at ap-
town. Why does every rich bastard from proximately 3 p.m. A helpful waitress on
San Juan to Zanzibar yearn to invest in the hand at Kim’s at the time, however, did
future of Fort Lauderdale? Three words: give her assurances that Eckerle fully
rampant social enlightenment. shpports live, local music.
Now, in such an open-minded civic par- , -Leigh is certain that Kim’s “is the per-
adise, one might reasonably wonder how feet venue for this. It’s the coolest place
a self-described “yuppie type” liké Mandy
Leigh can possibly claim that the Fort
Lauderdale rock scene lacks diversity.
Leigh is the frontwoman for Swing Sister, a
moderately successful local band whose,
particular brand of alternative rock leans
toward radio-friendly, adult-contemporary
fare. Surely the foursome’s music is not
the howling, brutish, hip-hop-inflected
wall of black noise that often passes for al-
ternative rock these days. No, Swing Sis- I’ve ever played,” she says. “You can ac-
ter’s is a gentler breed of alternative mu- tually sit back and listen to good music,
sic, and Leigh’s beef is that there’s no play pool, and there’s that good, college-
place to play it in Fort Lauderdale. “It’s pub atmosphere. People are dancing, and
very difficult to find a band around here it’s fun dancing — not mosh dancing
that’s justsort of cool and fun to hang out where people are killing each other.... Be-
with,” she says. “Everything here is really lieve it or not, the last time we played there,
hard rock.” it was crowded. It was packed. There are
Leigh is polite as she explains her band’s more yuppie types like me around than
quandary over the phone, but it’s obvious you’d think.”
that she’s at the end of her rope. The Cal- Whatever the tally is on yuppies in Fort
ibrator scratches his flaky scalp and oth- Lauderdale, Leigh is right about that There
erwise listens attentively as she outlines are undoubtedly more than the Calibrator
her imminent course of combative action: wishes to think about
The third Saturday evening of every Swing Sister, the Chemicals, and the
month will henceforth be alternative music Groove Lizards perform at Kim’s Alley Bar,
1920 E. Sunrise Blvd., every Saturday at sus Ave., West Palm Beach. Cover is $3.
10 p.mi Admission is free. Call 954-763-7886 Call 561-835-4792.
for details. Nezrok, Broken Sound: The six-cut disc
begins with “Mantovani’s Revenge,” a pret-
ty, 62-second, piano-heavy instrumental
The Calibrator has been the beneficiary that sounds like a prelude to a long
of several CDs put out by local artists, evening with Barry Manilow. From there,
Superhuman efforts will be put forth in Chris Korzen — a.k.a. Nezrok — assisted
the future to mention them all and what- by a handful of local musicians, runs
ever other locally produced releases through an agreeable set of original tunes
eventually wind up in the dreaded mail- seemingly inspired in equal parts by 70s
box. For now here’s the lowdown on the AM radio and the ghosts of Beatles and
first three. Beach Boys past. Somewhere between
Jim Wurster & the Atomic Cowboys, Danger- lounge music and light, mainstream rock,
ous Men: This is a fine collection of eight Broken Sound is a moderatély intriguing
original tunes, a swell cover of John Prine’s . sampler from a newcomer to the South
Florida music scene.
The disc is available at local Peaches and
Uncle Sam’s record stores.
13, self-titled: Here are four fun ditties
for the headbangers, compliments of 13, a
local hard-rockin’ quintet straight out of
the Judas Priest School of Taste and Sub-
tlety. It’s hard to go wrong with lyrics like
these from “The King”: “Now my queen,
now she’s a frigid thing./Wipe my head
“Paradise,” and a pedestrian cover of John- on the guillofine./Piss girl, piss girl, give
ny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.” Jim me a tap or two./Lift that skirt, baby, now
Wurster’s vocals are wry, understated, feel my rule.” This is great stuff for your
and slyly effective. Bob Wlos’ accom- next medieval glam parly. Until then enjoy
plished guitar- and pedal steel guitar- or despair at your leisure,
playing heightens the classic country and 13, Dharma Bomb, and Big Sky compete
occasionally old-timey Appalachian am- Friday, October 29, in the finals of the
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Marshall Crenshaw
#447
(Razor & Tie)
For the past 17 years, Marshall Crenshaw has
managed to turn his personal obsession with
Buddy Holly into a moderately successful,
pop-music cottage industry. Since his impres-
sive 1982 eponymous debut, Crenshaw has
interpreted and reinvented Holly’s tragically
small but infinitely influential body of work, in-
corporating Holly’s devilishly simple style into
his own, creating a potent pop hybrid in the
process. In an amazing example of art imitat-
ing life imitating art, Crenshaw even had the
opportunity to don the suit and glasses and
play the part of his doomed icon in the 1987
film La Bamba.
Although Crenshaw has gone so far as to
cover Holly’s work, he is no slavish imitator.
With each successive release, he has found
new and unique ways to honor Holly’s mem-
ory and further his own cause as well. Even
his less successful efforts have been ad-
mirably marked by his willingness to expand
and refine his sound and style. All of Cren-
shaw’s hammering and tinkering came to a
head three years ago on his last release, the
patently brilliant Miracle of Science, in which
he perfected, on a track-by-track basis,
everything that he had already been doing
well for nearly two decades.
Crenshaw’s dilemma after releasing Miracle
of Science was essentially the same one he
faced after releasing his critically acclaimed
first album: what to do for an encore? His re-
sponse the first time around was to turn up the
heat and rock a little harder on Field Day, his
1983 sophomore album. His response after
Miracle of Science is decidedly different. On
#447, Crenshaw’s latest release, he manipu-
fates his sonic palette to include a jazzy kind
of pop noir, featuring icy cool instrumental
breaks and finger-snapping beatnik pop gems.
Even with the stylistic departures of #447,
however, Crenshaw still operates well within
his standard parameters, as tracks such as
“Dime a Dozen Guy” and “Ready Right Now”
sport both his new experimentalism and his
proven pop genius.
It’s no coincidence that Crenshaw has pro-
duced file two strongest releases of his career,
back to back, for his new label, Razor & Tie
(which also put out The 9 Volt Years, Cren-
shaw’s full-length, demo/odds-and-sods
package that came out between Miracle ofSci-
ence and #447) . The label obviously believes in
Crenshaw as a creative entity and not just as a
potential hit factory. Granted his artistic free-
dom, Crenshaw has produced his finest and
most challenging work to date. - Brian Baker
Tari Thornton
I’ll Be Easy to Find
(Verve Records)
The title ofTeri Thornton’s I’ll Be Easy to Find
is both ironic and prophetic: ironic because
since 1963, when Thornton stopped perform-
ing, she and her music have been virtually im-
possible to find on stage, in music stores, or
on the radio; prophetic in that it could mean
she will be easy to find from now on.
In the early ’60s, Thornton was praised by
jazz saxophonist Julian “Cannonball” Adderly
as “the greatest voice since Ella Fitzgerald.”
Tony Bennett called her a singer with “life,
feeling, intelligence, and teste.” After her first
big hit, “Somewhere in the Night,” led to an
appearance on The Tonight Show in 1962,
Thornton was poised for stardom. She per-
formed for another year, then for some rea-
son was not heard from again until last year,
when she came back in grand style by win-
ning the 1998 Thelonious Monk International
Jazz Vocals Competition in Washington, D.C.
On I’ll Be Easy to Find, her first new release
in 36 years, Thornton demonstrates hervocal
talents through a mixed bag of tunes. The
disc opens with a remake of the ballad “Some-
where in the Night.” Thornton’s sinuous,
twisting treatment of the song projects a dark,
mysterious, film-noir mood. “I Believe in You”
and “It Ain’t Necessarily So” are show tunes
that highlight Thornton’s skill at interpreting
mid- and up-tempo tunes. “Knee Deep (in the
Blues)” is a Thornton original with the au-
thentic feel of an old Bessie Smith blues piece
from the late ’20s. The romantic message of
the title tune, delivered in Thornton’s mellow
tones and smeared inflections, is the vocal
equivalent of a Stan Getz tenor sax solo.
On the oft-recorded “Nature Boy,” Thorn-
ton’s vocal is uninspired, and “Wishing Well,”
another Thornton original, sounds like music
you might hear in a cruise ship lounge — nice
but easily forgotten. ‘Where Are You Run-
ning?” and the classic “I’ll Be Seeing You”
showcase Thornton’s ability to sing ballads
with a flowing-liquid quality.
In between these two tunes, like the meat
in a soul food sandwich, she inserts “Feels
Good,” a funky homage to James Brown. The
CD closes with the tune that won her the jazz
vocal competition: “Salty Mama.” On this se-
lection we hear Thornton romping through a
lively, blues-based original composition.
One of the strengths of these recordings is
the presence on every track of a group of
seasoned, hardcore jazz musicians. Jerome
Richardson (also heard on Thornton’s early
albums, Somewhere in the Night and Open
Highway) is a standout on flutes and alto sax.
The rhythm section — pianist Ray Chew,
bassist Lonnie Plaxico, and drummer J.T.
Lewis — provides a consistently swinging
foundation for Thornton’s vocals.
I’ll Be Easy to Find is a varied introduction
to a jazz singer with a truly individual sound,
who has been missing from the scene for far
too long. - Michael Mattox


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Concerts For the Week
Classical
Chopin Foundation Anniversary Concert The group
presents renowned European pianist Eva Osinska in
concert to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Chopin’s
death. Sat, Oct 16,7 pni Broward County Library
Auditorium, 100 S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-357-7443.
Honda Atlantic University Chamber Soloists: The
ensemble, which is in its 12th year, opens its season in
a concert featuring guest members of the Miami String
Quartet in a program that includes selections by
Mozart, Otar Taktaldsvill, and Sergei Liapunov. Oct 16-
17. Sat 2 pm. FAU Davie Campus recital hall, 2912
College Ave, Davie, 954-762-5645. Sun 2 pm. Olympic
Heights High School Auditorium, 20101 Lyons Rd,
Boca Raton, 954-762-5645.
Florida Philharmonic Orchestra: Conductor James Judd
leads the group in “A Night at the Opera,” and the 150-
member Philharmonic Chorus provides the voices
under the baton of chorus conductor Paul Eisenhart
along with soloists Camellia Johnson, Ian Denolfo, and
Timothy Noble in extended scenes from Verdi’s operas
Simon Boccanegra, R Trovatore, and Aida. Oct 16-22.
Sat 8 pm Bailey Concert Hall, 3501SW Davie Rd,
Davie, 9544756884. And Tue 8 pm Coral Springs City
Centre Theatre, 2855 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs,
954-344-5990. Then Wed 8 pm Florida Atlantic
University, 777 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-297-3737.
And again Thu, Oct 21,8 pm Gusman Center For the
Performing Arts, 174 E Flagler St, Miami,
305-374-2444. And then Fri, Oct 22,8 pm. Kravis Center
For the Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West
Palm Beach, 561632-7469 or 800-5726471.
Second Annual Brazil Salute Concert Pianist Luiz
Fernando Benedini, who also happens to be the
ambassador and consul general of Brazil, performs in
concert with cellist Claudio Jaffe of the Lynn Music
SchooL Sat, Oct 16,8 pm Art and Culture Center of
Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood, 954-921-3274.
Jazz
Clematis Street Jazz: The weekly Mon concert series
begins outdoors with a set by the Palm Beach Society
Band, continues with a performance by tiie weekly
headline act, and concludes in the lobby of the theater
with a jam session by Fly by Night Mon, Oct 18,8 pm
Clematis Street Theater in the Cuillo Centre For the
Arts, 201 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, 5616336817.
Pop/Rock
Beefcake: You’ve seen their name on the T-shirt of South
Park’s Cartman, now the cartoon character’s favorite
rock band performs live. Sat, Oct 16, call for time.
Churchill’s, 5501NE 2nd Ave, Miami, 305757-1807.
Sarah Brightman: Best known for her role as Christine in
the musical The Phantom of the Opera, versatile vocalist
Brightman is equally adept at belting out pop-crossover
tunes. Fri, Oct 15,8 pm. Kravis Center For the
Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm
Beach, 561632-7469 or 8005726471. ,
The Damned: Locals the Livid Kittens open for the
seminal late-70s punk band, and the show includes a
set by Drug Czars. Fri, Oct 15,9 pm FU*BAR, 909
E Cypress Creek Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-7766660.
José Feliciano: The Latin crooner performs live in
Miami-Dade. Sat, Oct 16,8 pm Jackie Gleason Theater,
1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 3056757300.
Alan Jackson: Country standout Jackson performs live
with special guests Montgomery Gentry and Andy
Griggs. Fri, Oct 15,7:30 pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre,
601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach, 561-7956883.
Ricky Marlin: The Latin heartthrob performs two shows
in Miami Oct 20-21. Wed-Thu 8 pm Miami Arena, 701
Arena Blvd, Miami, 305-5304400.
Bette Midler: After a four-year break from touring, the
pop diva heads to South Florida on, her Divine Miss M
tour. Fri, Oct 15,8 pm National Car Rental Center,
1 Panthers Pkwy, Sunrise, 9546356000.
Pet Shop Beys: The British synth-pop band tours in
support of its forthcoming album Nightlife, due out in
early November. Wed, Oct 20,8 pm Jackie Gleason
Theater, 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach,
3056757300.
Santana/Ozornatli: Veteran Latin guitar demigod Santana
plays a show opened by new Latin-rock sensation
GzomatiL Sun, Oct 17,7 pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre,
601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach, 561-7956883.
Sisters of Mercy: The ’80s goth-rock outfit hits town for
an all-ages show. Thu, Oct 14,8:30 pm. Chili Pepper,
200 WBroward Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-5255996.
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Bluegrass Jam Session: Local bluegrass musicians
present toe-tapping music during an informal jam
session. Sun, Oct 17,1-5 pm. John D. MacArthur
Beach State Park, 10900 Ocean Blvd, North Palm
Beach, 5616246952.
Clematis by Night Fountainside Concert Series: Bluesman
Dannie Morris performs at this week’s concert Thu,
Oct 14,59 pm Centennial Square, downtown West
Palm Beach, 5616596007.
Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida: The group performs
Naked Man, a suite of songs about various aspects Of
the gay lifestyle. See “Night & Day.” Fri, Oct 15,8 pm.
Broward County Main Library Auditorium, 100
S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954632-0060.
Heart Song: Concert of uplifting music by the husband-
and-wife duo; bring lawn chair. Fri, Oct 15,7-10 pm.
Mizner Park Gazebo (next to fountain), Federal
Highway between Glades and Palmetto Park roads,
Boca Raton, 561-2152593.
Music and Dancing Under the Stars: Various local bands
perform in a variety of styles during the weekly
outdoor concert series. Oct 1520. Mon-Wed 7:30 pm
Beach Theater, Johnson Street and N Ocean Drive,
Hollywood, 954-921-3404.
New Gardens Band: The group performs a concert
entitled “Songs of the Sea,” which features popular
music inspired by the sea. Sat, Oct 16,3 pm Eissey
Campus Theatre, 3160 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach
Gardens, 5616851330.
Saludo Latino Festival: The annual festival this year
features Colombian salsa group Orquesta Guayacan in
an outdoor concert Sat, Oct 16,8 pm. Kravis Center,
Gosman Amphitheatre, 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West
Palm Beach, 5616336300.
Early Warnings
Tbs: Oct 21, Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise.
Leo Kottke: Oct 21, Timba, Miami; Oct 22, Carefree
Theatre, West Palm Beach.
Reggae Jam Featuring Beres Hammond and Bqju Banton
With Shilo: Oct 24, Meyer Amphitheatre, West Palm
Beach.
Rocktoberfest Featuring Sammy Hagar and Styx: Oct 29,
Pompano Beach Amphitheatre, Pompano Beach.
Elvis Costello: Oct 31, Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise.
Mr. T Experience: Oct 31, FU*BAR, Fort Lauderdale.
Squeeze: Oct 31, Chili Pepper, Fort Lauderdale.
Mike Watt Nov 3, FU*BAJR, Fort Lauderdale.
Sick of It AII/A.F.I./Hot Water Music: Nov 4^itton South,
Hallandale Beach.
Celine Dion: Nov 5, National Car Rental Center, Sunrise.
Limp Bizkit Nov 5, Miami Arena, Miami.
Sting: Nov 5, James L Knight International Center,
Miami.
The Buzz Bake Sale Featuring IGd Rode Nov 7, Coral Sky
Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach.
Chris Isaak: Nov 11, Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise.
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons: Nov 12, Sunrise
Musical Theatre, Sunrise.
Bill Gaither: Nov 12, National Car Rental Center,
Sunrise.
Steven Curtis Chapman: Nov 13, Coral Sky
Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach.
Widespread Panic: Nov 13, Pompano Beach
Amphitheatre, Pompano Beach.
George Benson/Grover Washington, Jr.: Nov 14, Pompano
Beach Amphitheatre, Pompano Beach.
Ray Charles: Nov 17, Broward Center For the
Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
Weird Al Yhnkovkx Nov 17, Sunrise Musical Theatre,
Sunrise.
Chicago: Nov 19, Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise.
Warren Zevon: Nov 19, Carefree Theatre, West Palm
Beach.
Rita Rudner: Nov 21, Florida Atlantic University Center
Auditorium, Boca Raton.-
Boundng Souls/H20: Nov 26, Button South, Hallandale
Beach.
Amy Grant Nov 28, National Car Rental Center, Sunrise.
Shania Twain: Dec 5, Coral Sky Amphitheatre, West
Palm Beach.
Backstreet Boys: Dec 56, National Car Rental Center,
Sunrise.
Mandy Patinkin: Dec 13, Broward Center For the
Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
The Bee Gees: Dec 31, National Car Rental Center,
Sunrise.
George Winston: Jan 11, Broward Center For the
Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
Wayne Newton: Feb 4, Broward Center For the
Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé: Feb 56, Broward
Center For the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
Don Rickies/Regis Philbin: Mar 5, Broward Center For
the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale.
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Music listings are compiled by David Norrie. The
listings are free. To have a club listing added, deleted,
or changed, call 954-233-1529, fax 954-233-157% mail
to David Norrie, Hew Times Broward‘Palm Beach,
P.0. Box 14128, Fbrt Lauderdale, FL 33302, or e-mail
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of issue. Call individual clubs listed below for details.
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Bimini Boatyard: Daily: Victor (piano). 1555 SE 17th St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-525-7400.
Club M: Thu, Sat DJ Go Go Tony. Fri: Pom Star. Sun,
Wed: Spooky Jones. Tue: Dave Camp. 2037 Hollywood
Blvd, Hollywood, 954-925-8396.
Dicey Riley's: Fri-Sat the Big Shillelaghs. Sun: the
Young Ones. 217 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-522-2202.
Evangeline: Thu-Mon: the Jeff Prine Group. Tue-WecL
Joey Gilmore. 213 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-522-7001.
Poor House: Sun: Uncommon Ground. 110 SW 3rd St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-5145.
Sushi Blues Café: Fri-Sat Kenny Millions Blues Band
featuring Melissa Maslak and Dave Morgan. 1836
S Young Cir, Hollywood, 954-929-9560.
Hallow Moon: Thu, Sat Steve Reid’s Bamboo Rainforest
201 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-1253.
Country
Davie Junction: Thu-Sat Tue-Wed: 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, 954-463-2855.
Dance
Atlantis: Thu: “Retro Night” featuring DJ Jon J. 219
S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
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Calta 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 Beach, 954454-3301.
Hot Chocolates: Fri-Sat 12piece 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). Sun: DJ K-7. Tue: DJ Falstaff
(gothic, industrial). 4301N Federal Hwy, Pompano
Beach, 954-788-2345.
Play: Fri: DJ Stephane Malville (deep house). Sat DJ
Garfield. Wed: ‘Tranceatlantic Wednesday” with DJs
Garfield, David Padilla. 120 SW 3rd Ave (Nugent St),
Fort Lauderdale, 954-7637529.
Roxy: Wed: DJs Felix Samma, Eddie Mix. 4000
N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-3555.
Time Warped: Thu-Sat DJ Crash (70s disco, ’80s retro).
1850 SE 17th St Fort Lauderdale, 954-467-7625.
Whale and Porpoise: Sat 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 S Atlantic
Blvd, Pompano Beach, 954-5224641.
Chocolate Moose Coffeehouse: Thu: open mic,
storytelling. 9118 State Rd 84, Davie, 954474-5040.
Independence Brewery: Fri-Sat Randy Bernsen Trio. Ill
SW 2ndAve, Fort Lauderdale, 954-524-2111.
Liberties Fine Books and Music: Sun: Jayne Margo-Reby.
888 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-6789.
Maguire's Hill 16: Thu: Scott Avery and Peter White. Fri-
Sat Wed: Celt Irish Times Band. 535 N Andrews Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-7644453.
Partners Cafe: Tue: open mic hosted by Charlotte. 625
E Dania Beach Blvd, Dania Beach, 954-921-9893.
Waxy O' Connor's: Sun: traditional seisiun with Donegal
Heirs. 1095 SE 17th St Fort Lauderdale, 954-5259299.
Wld Oats: Wed: open drum circle. 2501E Sunrise Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-5659333.
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Chocolada: Sat Amereida. 1923 Hollywood Blvd,
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Churchills: Thu-Sat Wed: Noreen and Hugo (Latin,
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The Coffee Beanery Calta: Thu: open-mic night 1010
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9651 Westview Dr, Coral Springs, 954-3453178.
Danny's 19th Hole Restaurant and Lounge: Thu, Wed: DJ
Danny. Fri: RI sings Sinatra, Cutting Edge (Top 40,
blues, jazz). 1825 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach,
954-5708819.
811 Bourbon Street: Fri-Sat Dee Dee Wild, Marcia,
Usa D. 811S University Dr, Plantation,
954424-8110.
Kerry's: Thu-Sat Wed: Marie Alicata, Maria Harding.
2761E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5674022.
DJ Garfield kicks off “Tranceatlantic Wednesdays” at Play in Fort Lauderdale
Calta Iguana: Fri-Sat DJs Chris Parker, Bill Browning,
Tun Gallagher (Top 40, dance). BeachPlace, 17 S Fort
Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-7637222.
Christopher's: Fri-Sat DJs Michael Taylor, Billy
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954-561-2136.
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(dance). Sun: Coco, DJ Mike. 2800 S Federal Hwy,
Fort Lauderdale, 9544631507.
Gpronimo's Casual Gourmet Grill & Bar: Thu-Sat DJ
Gerónimo. 3528 S University Dr, Davie, 954474-9998.
Gotham City: Fri-Sat DJ Opie (dance, house, hip-hop).
1850 SE 17th St Fort Lauderdale, 954467-7625.
O'Hara's Jazz Calta & Swing Street Bistro: Thu: Jump n’
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Smith and Danny Burger. Mon: Blue Fire featuring
Randi the Violinist Wed: Dana Paul and the Nantucket
Sound. 1903 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood,
954-9252555.
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722 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-524-1764.
P.G. Doogie's: Thu-Sat “The Jimmy Cavallo Show.” 1025
E Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 9544286438.
Toni Bishop's Restaurant & Jazz Club: Fri-Sat Wed: Toni
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Warehaus 57: Thu: open mic. Fri: Amereida. Sat poetry.
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Irish Cottage Pub: Fri-Sat Wed: Echoes of Erin. Sun:
traditional seisiun. Tue: open-mic night 2515 N Federal
Hwy, Delray Beach, 561-272-2078.
O'Shea's Pub: Sun: traditional seisiun. Tue: Dead and
Alive Poetry Society. 531 Clematis St West Palm
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Paddy Mac's: Sat Trad Sands, Rod MacDonald, Bradley
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N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, 561-691-4366.
Riversedge: Thu: Jason Cólannino. Fri: open mic with
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1614 S Federal Hwy, Boynton Beach, 561-740-0599.
Rooney's Public House: Thu-Sat Noal Cooney. 213
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Web Central Cafe: Thu: Marie Nofsinger. Mon: open mic.
420 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-279-2573.
Wing Hut Thu, Wed: Theresa Lindstrom. 1632
S Military Trl, West Palm Beach, 561-964-9596.
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City Limits: Fri: Twocan Blue, the Derek Mack Band. 29
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Firehouse Pub: Fri, Wed: Shelly Brill (rock ’n’ roll). 6751
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Peter's on the Beach: Thu, Sun: Mad Cow. Fri, Mon:
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251 Sunrise: Fri-Sat DJ Mark Storm. 251 Sunrise Ave,
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The Ugly Mug: Thu: Generator open-mic jam and band
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5614984)634.
Underground Colfeeworks: Tue: open mic hosted by
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Clevelander: Fri-Sat DJs Chueky Brown, MC Lucky.
1020 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, 305531-3485.
Groove Jot Fri-Sat DJs Louis Diaz, Carlos Menendez.
Sun: “The Church” featuring DJs Danny Bled,
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hop BBQ). 323 23rd St Miami Beach, 305532-2002.
Hooligans: Sat DJ Ober (salsa, merengue). 15356
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Jillian's: Sun: MC Giselle D; DJs Wassi One, Bambino,
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Liquid: Fri: DJs David PadiUa, Rad, Tracey Young. Sat
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Salvation: Fri DJ Abel. 1771 West Ave, Miami Beach,
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Shadow Lounge: Fri-Sat DJ Acosta. 1532 Washington
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Zanzibar: Fri: Latin rock with DJs Gus, Jorge (salsa,
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Sugar daddy if you are be-
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Submissive senior I seek a
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while you run wild and free.
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You've waited a lifetime, wad-
dya waiting for?
WS #4989 11/09
Rugged Italian , extremely
built, handsome, definitely
know how to please a woman,
looking to always please. ISO
the right woman who knows
how to treat a man, be fit.
Dominant helps.
WS #3291 10/19
WM, 50s, straight, slender,
youthful looking, educated,
professional, life long cross
dresser, submissive, seeks
slender white. HF any age to
share fun. shopping, dress up
sessions. Spouse approves,
participates. Absolutelyno
males, couples.
WS#3287 10/19
Busty black girl. Looking for
busty black girl. D cup or more,
for fun and games on S. Bch.
I'm an Italian-American, six
foot, green eyes, 30 and sin-
gle.
WS #4556 10/26
ISO exotic soul mate with
éyes that would kill, addictive
lips, for a eternal sexual future.
WS #3257 â–  10/t9
Happy sailor man. True ad-
venturer, furi-filled, with
warm, slow, magical hands.
Open mind andneart. Humor-
bus, articulate - great conver-
sationalist. Happily married and
in shape. I'm looking for an-
other special woman/girl com-
panion to share in life's fun
and adventures. NoJdrugs, .
smoking, TV, computers, cell
phones or beepers - please!
WS #4901 11/09
SWM, ISO open minded worn"
an for excitement, fun, and
entertainment. Me 27, and well
built. You 22-29 and looking
for me to party,all night.
WS#4524 10/19
Looking for love SM, Carib-
bean, 35yo, 5'97210, very
muscular. Loves dining; danc-
ing and kissing. Also, sunbath-
ing in the nude. ISO SWF, pref-
erably Irish, Italian or German-
American descent for intimacy
and possible LTR.
WS #4561 10/26
Executive financially success-
ful, married, caring, affection-
ate, physically fit, generous, i$0
a married or single attractive,
affectionate woman, 30-45,
for a very discreet relationship.
WS #4896 11/09
Fulfilling your dreams. 6'2\
200lbs., in good shape, ISO a
beautiful, 18-50yofor great-
times, fun sexual encounters,
outdoor activities, good stem-
ina, and very sexy.
WS#4913 11/09
Are you bored? I'm latín, blue
eyes, brown hair, professional.
Interested in expanding my cu-
riosity. If you are looking for no
strings attached?-Call me. Must
be open minded anefadven-
turous. I'm very athletic and
love dubs.
WS #4553 10/26
Young man seeks older
womari! SWM, 30yo, blond/
blue, Tri athlete, seeks sexy
classy mature lady, 19-55 for
XXX videos, massage, exotic ro-
marice etc. From Miami to
Palm Bch. Call now.
WS#4914 11/09
190YO SHM ISO sex. Very sim-
pie. I am ISO a SWF or SHF
under the age of 30 for a 1 on
1 sexual encounter. You wont
be disappointed with me and I
don't want to be disappointed
with you.
WS#4565 10/26
Submissive Marine D/W/M,
25yo, 5'9', med. built, dirty
blond hair, and hazel eyes, ISO
L/F, 18-25, looking for roman-
tic interludes, open minded
and fun times possible LTR. All
calls will be answered.
WS #3272 10/19
Married man is seeking an af-
fair with a sexual passionate
white fernale, level headed,
model type, between 25-35
with class, and style. Married/
single, if you dream of experi-
endng seduded romantic, in-
tímate times call. No profes-
sionals please.
WS44732 11/02
Samurai seeks queen. This
24yo, Sarnurai seeks a queen to
honor, protect, and serve!
Must be a lady that appreciates
a man that likes to please. Light
bondage, and role playing a
lus! If you aré worthy I will
owtoyou.
WS#2457 10/19
Married but bored.. Profes-
sional white male,.47yo, fit,
works out everyday, financially
secure, seeks female, age not
important for discreet day-
time/earty evening fun/ro-" §
manee. No pros.
WS#3263 10/19
European businessman non-
typical, sensual FM, 44yo, tell,
athletic, broad shoulders, well
endowed, very attractive, dark
brown hair/eyes, cosmopoli-
ten, charming, gentle, take-
charge-type, ISO young, stun-
ning, very voluptuous, .curva-
ceous and slightly submissive
JF for a exciting life.
WS #4906 11/09
Fun gun SWM, 30yo, seeks fit
females, 18-28 for beaches,
dubs and more. Be experi-
enced arid fori.
WS44517 10/19
Submissive female, 25-40,
in-shape wanted by tell, ath- *
letic, SWM, dining,travel, pps-
si ble relationship. Must be into
spanking, N/S. N/D a plus. All
calls answered.
WS#4897 11/09
28yo, HM living in Hialeah;
seeks late night encounter
with woman any race or color.
Must be adventurous and sex-
ual. Me: 5*11', brown eyes,
short brown hair, average
build. Let's speak first then
meet.
WS #4907 11/09
lntelligent...erotic athletic,-
confident, pretty, and love to
be pleased? Mature male, ath-
letic, secure, good looking and
would love to be your simple
prop for massage and oral.
pleasures.
WS#3285 10/19
Spank me! SWPM, 45, in .
shape, very submissive, and ea-
ger to please I'm very good at
giving oral pleasures, seeking
female who likes to give spank-
ings by hands or paddle. Age/
race/weight unimportant. All .
callsanswered.
WS #3262 10/19
Excellent X4 PWM, 45yo. 6'1',
200lbs., physically/emotionally
fit, ISO HF/BF, physicaily/emo-
tioriálly fit; Sexy woman for dis-
creet, romantic fantasies. I'm
avery healthy normal nice guy.
WS #4747 11/02
WM seeks lady, 50+, who en-
joys being in love, making loYe,
and a LTR, along with ojther
things; call me and it could
change your lifei
WS #4725 11/02
Dlsclplined/spanked By tall,
trim, mature, single english-
man. Bend over, pull down
your panties and be prepared
to b$ spanked or paddled on
your bare bottom. You set the
limits, beginners ok, totally dis-
creet. Lets talk.
WS#4888 11/09
Thunder thighs wanted. SWM,
45yo, in shape, open minded,
loves women with big thighs
hips and butt. I'm very afrec-
donate, sexy, and eager to
please a big female, 28-48, you
will not be disappointed. All
calls answered.
WS #4735 11/02
Dominant personality Hi, I've
got a dominant personality,
and I'd.love to meétsomebody
Who has a submissive or ultra
easy going personality. We
would experience new and ex-
citing things. Call me now!!
WS #4549 10/26
XXX Hot American-looking His-
panic. 20yoM in Miami area for
runand good times with cou-
pies or females. I'm 5' , 8'/154,
blorid/gréérií'AII calls an-
swerecfTm attractive, you
won't be disappointed. Let's
explore fun times.
WS #4563 10/26
Tribal harem A select few 24-
36 adventurous females travel,
create art, write screenplays, -
live the power of the tribe. En-
joy beauty arid respect with
talented, sexy/tall, complicated
wonder, educated man of
many talents Be partners in ad-
ventures where imagination
becomes reality.
WS#4925 11/09
Looking for dominant fe-
male, non-pro, 28-38, prefer-
ably petite and lives in S. Dade
area. I'm latín, 38yo and very
submissive.
WS#4923 11/09
Hot Cuban American, seeking
spicy, young LF, to spend won-
derful and exotic, good times.
I'm 6'1\ 125lbs., with dark
brown hair.
WS #4558 10/26
Firm hand SWM, 35, profes-
sional, athletic, seeking SWF/
SHF for relationship based
upon trust You are intelligent,
sophisticated, slim a real per-
son who truly needs to be ceri-
tered, to feel the joy and
warmth that caring guidance
and discipline bring.
WS #4566 10/26
Nude woman. I'm a tail, hand-
some, DWJM, looking for a
sensual, sexual exhibitionist If
you like to show off your
naked body. I'd love to watch
you as you exhibit your naked-
ness to others. If this is inter-
esting give me a call, lets have
dinner, let's show off your
-naked body to others.
WS #4912 11/09
Busty black BBW Are you or
do you know a very full bos-
omed black BBW? If yes, this
very successful executive
wants to talk with you. Call for.
details.
WS #4552 10/26
Neither slave master or slave,,
but l know how to give the
most iri pleasure. DWM, not
bad looking, fit, clean living,
everything in fult working or-
der, ISO like minded, fit, dean
S/DWF for mutual pleasure and
more. -
WS #4512 10/19
Attractive investor, 40,150,
5'10, dimples, hazel eyes,
brown hair. Seeking down to
earth fun with ladies df slim to
medium build, any race. Lots
of free time to spend. No
strings, no kinks.
WS #4569 10/26
Young male stud Looking for
a slim, submissive girl that en-
joys oral pleasures, and loves
giving as well! I love giving
long, sensual back massages,
so if you're interested, send a
message, 24/bláck, blue,
I65lbs.
WS #4736 11/02
Generous gentleman 32yo,
seeking a woman who is very
affectionate, shapely and fun a
discreet, daytime relationship.
Extra consideration for woman
who has great legs and is very
oral.
WS #4741 11/02
Ladies! I will provide any oral
pleasure you desire. Do noth-
ing for mé just enjoy. Especially
includes pleasingly plump or
Rubenesque ladies. Me:
healthy, late 40s, WM, eager to
please. Boyfriend/husband
won't I will. Call me.
WS #4895 11/09
Our secret Sensous, exotic, -
discreet, and very romantic Cu-
ban American male, 37yo,
5'10', 175lbs., ISO married uri-
satisfied ladies for hot serisous
and very romantic encounters.
If you are searching for that
discreet, romantic, secret en-
counter give me a call you
won't be disappointed..
WS#4715 11/02
Looking for love DWM, look-
ing for H/BSF for more than
just a one light stand, but must
love to be nights filled with
pleasure, now and later.
WS #4576 10/26
Handsome dominant Above
average SWM, 6'1 VI80lbs.,
seeking submissive female
(non sex-club or highly
experienced) with fetish curl- ,
osities.
WS#4514 10/19
Submissive male Tall, ten,
blond, good looking gut, 58
but looks younger, ISO cute,
young dominatrix for mutually
gratifying.
WS #4515 4Q/19
Very submissive male, 42yo,.
married, but in need of curva-
ceous, attractive, beguiling
dominant Dade woman, 21-42,
in black bikini wear, high-heels,
who loves making a fool of him
in bondage with discipline. Oc-
casional weekday meetings at
your place.
WS#4893 11/09
Free to... SM, warm, humor-.
â–  ous, kind with healing hands
that would love to pamper,
you. I also love to snare feeling
and dancing...Do you? If you're
a pretty lady, 18-45, under
130lbs., and desire a sensa-
tional skin tingling faciál and
body rub that would make you
feel more relaxed than you
couldever imagine, you'll be
gladyWrcalled. I promise you
the feeling of a lifetime.
WS#4516 11/09
Adventure seeker Hetera
SWM, 25yo, d/d free, yery
handsome, extremely sensual
and passionate, seeks woman
for sexual adventure, wild po-
sitions, toys, threesome, and
fantasy. Dream it and we'll do
it! Life is meant to be lived! All
replies answered.
WS #3299 10/19
Add a little spice. Married-
PBM, 39yo, well endowed with
great hands, ISO a little spice
from petite L/A/WF with great
legs for discreet daytime sex-
ual encounters. No strings. Me.
6'2", 200lbs., athletic build, car-
amel complexion. No pros.
WS #4729 ' 11/02
Yogic, athletic 6', blue eyed,
35yo, newbie in Sobe. Explore
tantra, explore the sea, sense
of sun and adventure. Help me
discover S. FI. and your ro-
manee, adventurous side, in-
telligent and curiosity, never
bonng. *
WS #4522 10/19
Romantic cuban WPM, very
nice, would like to meet two
BiWF, for threesome eat out,
travel, wonderful times, much
more, very dean, and discreet,
lets be friends, won't be sorry.
No smoking/drugs,.
WS #4557 10/26
Trainer will train. Hi, I'm into
a well trained and disciplined
. woman. Let's explore your limf
its together. Let's do some
things that you love to do or
maybe the things I love to do.
| Lets talk about it.
WS#4550 10/26
Painfully shy D/L/M, 25yo,
5'10", med., built, brown eyes;
and black hair, ISO S/L/F, 20-30
enjoys the outdoors, fun
times, and fashion beliefs with
a little twist of the 90's.
WS #3271 10/19
Absolutely no penetration
sex! Spank me, strap me, force
me in infeminity. I will recipro-
.cate with a long loving mas-
sage. 20-50, age, looks unim-
portent. Spirit and attitude is.
I'm nice looking, 6', 193lbs.
WS #4922 11/09
27yo, athletic, professional,
attractive. BM, with unbeliev-
. - . able size, loves to please, ISO
attractive female, 20-40yo for
erotic encounters. Race unim-
portent.
WS#4723 11/02
Bi/WM, 35yo 5'10", 150lbs.,
Russian by origin, healthy ver-
satile, in good shape, speaks
Spanish, seeks to socialize with
Bl/GáyCubáns of 25-40 and
possible discreet realtionship. I
have special preference for cu-
bans.
WS #4554 10/26
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. m
WS #4739 - 11/02
Are you willing to skinny dip
with a warm, caring, fun loving
WM, 40 something, seeking a
WF who likes to play strip pok-
er, scrabble, share victoria's Se-
cret in her birthday suit, and m
see me iri mind.
WS #3261 10/19
Party in the Bahamas ISO
WHF exotic, out going, love to
dress up. party, dance, dine ,
and drink champagne on the
beach. Travel to XTC on para-
disé island. I'm SWM ex-model,
athletic body, 34yo, high roller
professional. Want to go?
WS #4572 10/26
Japanese upwardly mobile
stud looking for hot babe/mis-
tress/slut...whatever looking
for fun in the sun/moon-
light...whatever.
WS #4902 11/09
Handsome Italian 100%; Ital-
ian, 31yo,dark hair, blue eyes,
5'9', very well gifted, ISO open
minded lady for.hot adven-
tures...CiaoBella...Chiamarni...
WS #3282 10/19
S&M If you're into bondage
S&M, doing unconventionally
you've got the right guy. We
can have a lot of fun. Don't
miss the opportunity to éx-
plore yourfantasies and make
them reality.
WS #4551 10/26
Young love wanted. Are you a
single female, 18 to mid 20s,
innocent, pretty, height/
weight proportionate, with de-
sire to meet attractive, athletic,
young-looking, 30yo SWM for
intímate exploration and fun
times? Seeking quality re-
sponse, not quantity.
WS#4898 11/09
Very attractive executive
WM, 45, brown/blue, excellent
shape, ISO pretty, fit, great
physical shape, seeks pretty,
fit, WHF,'for discreet, romantic
adventures.
WS#4889 11/09
Claiming of beauty Erotic
Ann Rice Prince seeks long
legged beauty to be trained, .
and be willing to do anything.
Leam to enjoy anxious pleas-,
ure. Expect to obey/explore
my wishes. Must be submissive
to fun, very tall, handsome,
athletic, blond Prince.
WS #5012 11/09
Men Seeking Men
From the old world 48yo,
French male, 6', 17Qlbs. Look-
ing for friendship and LTR: I'm
easygoing, down to earth,
seeking open and honest male.
Race is unimportant, HIV-, non-
smoking. North Dade, South
Broward.
WS#4988 11/09
College student Hi I am a 21
year old, black college student,
5'11', 205lbs, nice body, with
pierced nipples and navel. Also
a cheerleader and stripper.
Looking for an older, mascu-.
line, discreet, good looking
man forfuri times possibly
more.
WS #3357 10/19
South Paim Beach GWM,
seeks straight, bi, or gay male,
age unimportant, who would
like to be orally serviced to
completion; No strings, just
fun.
WS #3367 10/19
Bear seeks cub Grrrrr...winter
hibernation ahead. Want warm
dark cave.
WS#4883 10/28
Boys want to have fun
Young good looking GM, nice
swimmer's body. Lodking for
fun, safe/and discreet play
with other in shape guys who
like to let their hair down. Let's.
have some clean and safe fun.
WS #3361 10/19
30 year old professional white
male, séeking well indowed,to
fulfill fantasies, live in Ft Lau-
derdale. I80lbs, 3 Wm brown
hair, blue eyes, slightly sub-
missive;
WS#3364 10/19
Are you passive? SWM. 45,
6'2\ 190IDS, very fit, looking
for a very submissive man 30-
60, x-dresser o.k. For fun arid;
games, possible LTR.
WS #4656 10/26
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WS #5008 11/09
SWM Cross dresser Smooth
swimmers body seeks attrac-
tive TV to refine my looks. Lets
dress up and party: Discreet
only. Call, soon.,
WS#5014 11/09
Top seeks bottom Masculine
GWM.36,6*2', I85lbs. Seeks
CM for fun and whatever de- -
velops. Prefers darker hair,
ages 30-45. Serious. Broward
area. No drugs. :
WS #3358 10/19
Needs experience Bi sexual
' Cuban male, well built, 39yo.
Lookihg for bi sexual, mascu-
line male for some experience.
Must be HIV- and very discreet.
WS #4652 10/26
Loco for piel and leche WM,
54,6'i', 220, divorced father
of 2 grown children. ISO real -
men who have lots of-foreskin
and sweet créam. Prefer under
30 and easy on the eyes. I love i
Latinos! I live in Ft. Lauderdale.
WS #4651 10/26
Real meets real Busy sched-
ule wants to meet same. No
B.S.41 WM,5'8\165lbs, ,
brown/hazel. Bear type want-
ed.Grrrrr.
WS#4882 10/28
Are you a married man or.di- . :
'vorced? ISO masculine 100%
active top, strong and beefy,
healthy, well-endowed. I'm 26 .
WH, nice-looking, healthy, 5'6',,
slim, smooth completely pas-
sive bottom, discreet. Looking
to meet a real man for friend-
ship and good times.
WS#3259 10/19
Are you 30-50 hung, and in a
profession or situation where \
you have to be very discreet
about those man on man urg-
esyou get? Then let's talk. Me:
49yo, 195lbs., 6', clean, good
looking, masculine/clean, in-.
tense and service oriented.
WS #4560 10/26
No BS, just fun. 32yo, hand-
somé, European SWM, ISO SW/
HM, 25-35 for sensual and
erotic times. Like me you must
be healthy, in shape (body,
mind, soul), masculine» discreet
and professional. Let's explore
our fantasies together and be-
come buddies in the process.
WS #4744 11/02
Looking for pleasure W/L/M,
44yo, bi homy, voyeur, ISO
men, 55^0, ladies with strap
' ons and couples. Enjoy mas-
sages, XXX movies, picture tak-;
ing, watching and being
watched, dirty talk and want to
be a Cross dresser. I am clean
and healthy, UB2.
WS #4748 11/02
Three way... Double your
pleasure, double your fun; 2
masculine athletic males. One
GWM tall; masculine, late 40's,;
One GBM, masculine, nice
body, 30's both sexually versa-
tile and prefer same. HIV+pre-
fenred.
WS #4742 11/02
Girth and mirth! Mature,
graying and balding, 5'9',
300lbs, 65yo, seeks nice look-
ing, dependable younger 25-
60 male for LTR.,For conversa-
tion, home life, walks, fun, and
life together. Help me get into
shape and I'll help you stay that
way. Brains/friendship impor-
tant. No drugs/alcoholics.
WS #4733 11/02
37yo WM ÜÜ l40lbs., and
very pretty hung top 7+, seeks
a guy smaller than myself,
clean, smoothie bottom for
LTR sexual Miami HIV- only safe.
WS #4904 11/09
27yo, 6’ 175lbs., 31 waist, bi
sexual BM, well endowed with
8 inches, lean, muscular build,
ISO white or latín male, well
hung with similar build for hot
guy on gUy-actlon. Must be
similar age, workout body,
stable, attitude and large pack-
age.
WS #4737 11/02
Young 39 married bottom guy
looking formarried or business
top guy with own secret place
in Miami Beach for discreet in
counters.
WS #3279 10/19
Totally shaven tall, nice hips,
sexy, cultured, long blond hair;
green eyed, shapley breasted
tran sexual. Erotically awaits
wild side afternoon encoun-
ters. With af eminine, stable,
healthy, discreet, very attrac- :
tive cross dresser. Asian, Latin,
Black preferred. Come dress •
up with me.
WS #4730 11/02
Got Milk? I'm.grown but still
want milk. And has to be fresh
(22 or younger), clean, and
pure. You live near N. Miami,
'Sunny Isles; full of milk and
need relief? Hook up, get
milked to last drop by nice
looking guy. Prefer small but
^average ok.
WS #3252 10/26
Repair man/deliver man. "
. 6'1 *, 38yo, 220lbs.. of muscle,
ISO repair man, deliver man,
service man who are well built
with large hands, to make
rióme calls for service. Cut
only, HIV-, and discretion a
must.
WS #4577 10/26
Good lookingversatile Puerto
Rican, looking to meet people,
hang out and have fun. .No
strings, no pressure. Me: 30yo,
•57', crown hair/eyes: You:
25yo+, intelligent, enjoys like,
and likes to have fun. Let's .»
hookup.
WS #4919 11/09
Sexy Cross dresser Me: 30 y/
o, 5'8\ long red hair, brown ¡
eyes, medium size, great lips,
very smooth and feminine.
West Kendall area. You: 26-40,
straight/curious, fit, well pro-
portioned, mustache/hairy
chest a big plus. Looking for
safe, clean fun, no strings.
WS #3251 10/19
Want milk? I'll serve it to you
in mvjoCk strap. Very attrac-
tive, fit, 32yQ,-masculine bi guy
seeks same bottoms 18-35 and
same tops to team up on mus-
cled bottom guys. Call, hook
up and get off now.
WS #3253 10/19
Wild and kinky like a kitty. I
am a she-male, 33yo, looking
for my bov toy, B/WM, 20-30.
If you think you can make me
purr, call me. No femmes,
smokérs ok.
WS #3260 10/19
Seeking older man Tail, : V
smooth stripper, muscular
chest and velvet smooth buns
needs close inspection by
homy, older man.
WS#4886 11/09
Curious Good looking, WM, 6',
I95lbs., BI/BI, firm and thick; .
looking to ease into first time,
hot experience. You: 18-35,
clean, educated, HIV-, good
looking, sexy, smooth, available
days for no strings fun.
WS #4579 r 10/26
An athlete's foot wanted by
this GHM, 35yo, 5'10', 170-
175lbs^ med. built, with sexy
hairy body, I'tfi very oral with a
foot fétish, ÍS0 jocks, or ex-
jocks, 25-40 with healthy feet
who needs oral service paid to
their feet.
WS #4740 11/02
Kendall GWM, 50s, 6 f , 170lbs.,
seeks contact with Anglo/Latin
male, 35-50 who would enjoy
some casual encounters in my
private home in East Kendall.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Day or
night.
u like feet? I do a lot so if you
have this or any other fantasy.
You should call this 5'8',
I80lbs., muscular, and very
good looking Cuban, size 10
shoe, that is masculine, versa-
Jále, and open minded. Very
discreet and looking for similar.
Get in touch for the price of a
movie ticket...
WS #4749 11/02
Neighbor of the beast. N.Y.
Beatnik writer, 32yo, tall dark
looking, suave, seeks artistic,
radical grounded individual for
stability-info horror films. *
underground art, travel, crick-
et, not into no reflections or
you know what- stay cool-
peace out.
WS #4724 11/02
Incredibly attractive mus-
cular young handsome man .
24yo,- HIV-, ISO bi/straightman,
young 20-32, HIV-; total top,
hot versatile with super short
hair cut. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. Hairy a plus.
WS #3268 10/19
Handsome bi/male Would
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175lbs, brown/brown, profes-
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HIV-, aggressive top to play and
possible LTR.
WS #4718 11/02
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5*11', lean body, muscular,
funny, creative.'-cute. Seeking
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a 30yo, GWM, attractive, in
SoBe. Hoping to find GWM or
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fun and experimenting.
Healthy, clean, safe, HIV- only.
No hangups or baggage
please!
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dad, attractive, toned and
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looking for a BM, masculine,
versatile,; smooth and young.
For funtimés and possibly
more.
WS #4574 10/26
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54,6'17220, divorced father
of 2 grown children ISO REAL
MEN who have lots of foreskin
and sweet cream. Prefer •under
30 and EZ on the eves. I love
Latinos! You won't be sorry. I
live, in Ft. Lauderdale.
WS #4564 10/26
Rub you the right way. GWM,
38, masculine, attractive, ISO
other GM 21 -40 to exchange
sensual, sexual and erotic mas-
sages.
WS #3265 10/26
100% GWM, 35yo, 6Í, HIV-,
100% discreet, 190lbs., looking
for professional policeman,
GWM, 35-45 or GWLM, honest,
caring person for quiét mo*
ments at home. No bars, no
married or Bi men. No
femmes. Fontainebleau area.
WS#4716 11/02
No drugs/attitudes gym
boys. Miami quality white guy,
late 50s, seeks financially inde- .
pendent, dominant stud (Bi/
Divorced) for discreet relations.
Bald, bold, hairy island men
who need Steady attention A+.
All calls answered immediately.
WS #4894 11/09
Athletic guy in need. Of
something extra: Married pro-
fessional BM, 28yo, 5'10',
180lbs., masculine, endowed
and discreet. Seeks curious/bi
males, W/L, 25-40 for hot, safe
release. Be horny, in shape, ag- .
gréssive, and normal. Married
or attached preferred.
WS #4745 11/02
Well hung. Bi male, looking to
meet other well hung mascu-
Uñé, bi, straight, married guys.
For hot J/0 action arid more.
Must be discreet. No strings.
WS#4915 11/09
By hot Cuban top, 5!11\
170lbs., 39yo,athletic, btown/
brown, discreet for good
times, maybe more. You under
35yo, Slim, blond, red, smooth
aplus. 1
WS #4905 11/09
Latino dominant málé mas-
ter. Looking for a submissive-
slave worshipers for fun and
exciting times. Age unimpor-
tant, tv's welcome. ..
WS #3267 10/19
Sexy blonde 39YZ0 cross;
dresser in Dade seeks discreet
romantic encounter with hot
men and women. Me: 36-28-1
38, poised, soft, sweet, ferni- :
nine, very sensual and pás-
sionate. You: clean, fun, affec-
tionate, and turned on by girls
liké:mé.¿
WS #4726 11/02
Transsexual Gorgeous male'
mid 30's»tan, healthy and a lot
of fun, seeks attractive trans-
sexual. You need to be clean,
healthy and disease free.
WS #4731 11/02
Football player type. That's
you. Over 6', Á+. Do youhavé
the fantasy of getting aroused
with a well built guy in our
underwear and getting into.
the shower and a body mas-
sage? I'm getting aroused just
thinking about it. I'm 5'9',
170lbs., rhuscular, HIV-, 38yo.
WS #4570 10/26
Real man wanted! 50yo, WM
6'3' 190lbs, HIV-. Seeks in ^
shape, rugged, veryaggres-
-sive» top guy under 40 who
likes being in total control.
WS#5004 11/09
Women Seeking Women
BI black female 5'6M 35lbs,
dark brown skin, fit, attractive,
and kinky. Seeking friendship I
with another bi female 25-
37yo, must be open to ex-
plore. I enjoy nude beaches,
adult parties and three ways.
No drugs, clean and healthy. 1
WS #4999 11/09
Yearning ip a HBi, 32, red
hair and hazel eyes. I am yearn-
ing to prowl with a playmate. If
yourferhinine, N/S,and ready
for an erotic adventure, drop
me a link; JTI be waiting.
WS #4655 10/26
No strings attached very
feminine, attractive, sensuous,
female seeking attractive, fern-
¡nine gay or bi W/HF, 30-50, for
very sexy, discreet affair. Bro-
ward preferred.
WS #4985 11/09
Hot nights Feminine African
American, 57', 145lbs, ex- .
tremely sexy. ISO another sexy
feminine female, 18-25, to '
spend hot nights together.
WS#4820 11/02
A wannabe slut I'm out with
women for years but I still
hunger for a woman with
reat abandon. Looking for a
ot babe to take me to new
and unexplored limits! The
preppy one.
WS#4993 11/09
Girl seeks girl for fun bond-
age, submission, dominance
and whatever else.
WS #4881 10/28
Wanted: A special friend
55+, I am WJBiF, passionate
and petite, seeking friendship
without boundaries, someone
who likes men, and willing to
experience all that life has to
offér. Are you that one.
WS #5001 11/09
Sexy green eyes. ISO femme,
attractive woman, 18-26, light
skin and nice shape. Must be
discreet! I'm married but des.-
perate for hot, sexual en-
counters with a woman. I'm
very pretty, 20yo, 5'4\ I25lbs.
Smokers ok, no butches.
WS #4920 11/09
International affair Gay
French woman and bi, exotic
girl. Together we would like to
meet other beautiful women
ages 25-38 for fun times, to-
mantic times, and wild times.
Call now!
WS #3266 10/19
Are you serious about being a
submissive, giving your all to
on despotic mistress? Shed all
your clothes, and with them
your inhibitions. Call me on
your knees to beg for the op-
portunity.
WS #3290 10/19
Lovely Cubana Very attrac-
tive, hot-blooded woman/giri
with a gentle soul and open
heart. Full of life. Very happily
married and looking to explore
the physical and emotional
touches of another woman
who can become a special
friend and more. Share bodies,
minds and spirits and lots of
fun!
WS #4900 11/09
Kinky bisexual female ISO a
special friend, must be dis-
creet, open minded and fun.
For the ultimate climax. Give
me a call.
WS #4734 11/02
Very sensual and open mind-
ed bifenríale, ISO an easy going
and uninhibited female. You
should be bi curious, and
should like the joy of a plea-
surable/erotic friendship with a
WF. I'm 35yo, 5'8', 130lbs.,
feminine and sexual. Must like
men and sex. This is about fun, |
and casual sex with me and my .
best friend.
WS#4578 10/26
Cirfy first timer 22yo, very
feminine HF, seeks wild worn-
an for first time encounter.
Must.want hot 3-somes with.
no strings attached. Under
26yo and no butch please. Call
rhe if you like young blood.
WS#4917 11/09
Straight looking. Straight act-
ing, 22yo GHF, college student
and professional lookingfor
same for friendship (adore all)
relationship, supports, laughs,
possibly love. No butches o| ?;%
couples.
WS #4573 10/26
Sexy, attractive athletic, over
worked; shy tall white man,
want dom. couple male/fe-*
male for creative fun. Show -
me how to please and serve
you. Be sexy, thin, dom, dis-
creet waiting to serve.
WS#4909 11/09
W/Bi/F looking for W/Bi/F, 25-
40, where a couplé looking for
some spice in our life. If you're
looking for new friénds and a
romantic encounter, call me.
Please disease/drug free.
WS #4555 10/26
"B" Day gift wanted. Bi fe-
male, searching for a second
uninhibited female for a night
to remember. I'm 35,5'8',
130lbs., and very erotic. Birth-
day boy is 39,5'9', 200lbs., and
enjoys to please and watch.
Looking for a sensual and open
minded female to help blow-
ingtout a large candle.
WS #3273 10/19
Honest híspanle Seeking for
friendship honest, sensitive.
WF, 30-40, preferably Ameri-
can. No butches/couples/
smoking, no more than
160lbs., like dance and art.
WS#4910 11/09
Very feminine Bi curious fe-
male, ISO sanie to explore new
exotic pleasures, must be clean
and discreet. This is my first
times but willing to try wild,
and exotic, new things.
WS #4559 10/26
ISO hot, sexy,... Rubenesque
.woman who is not afraid to
open up and wants to have
fun. Me: GWF, 37yo, rube-
nesque looking for playmate. If
this sounds like you, call me.
No smokers/drugs/bi's.
WS #4921 11/09
Looking for... Exceptional fe-
male, 23-35, miist be confi-
dent, uninhibited, sexual and
willing to experiment, willing
to play and good time is guar-
anteed. Single or open minded
ladies only. I'm a 28yo, profes-
sional looking for a playmate.
WS #4924 11/09
Wanted: fun, and wild times
with Bi female. I'm a Bi/HF,
26yo, seeking a sexy BiF, 18-26
for erotic encounters. No fc
strings attached justxtc filled
moments. Call me and let's get
together. Must like men. No
butches.
WS#4521 10/19
As simple as can be...Me: a
very pretty and sexy SW/H/BiF
searching for a Bi female who
wants to have fun! You: W/H/
BIF between 21-27, attractive
and outgoing.
WS #4727 11/02
For erotic purposes ISO a
dominant woman for explora-
tion of intense physical stimu-
lation. I like sex to be long, slow
and expect every part of my
body to tingle. Ready to sur-
render. Call me.
WS#4880 10/28
Couples
For my wife White couple,
early 40's wife is very attractive,
very sexy, busty, nice body.
Looking for a black male to be
my wife's lover and friend. If
you think you can fulfill my
wife's need please call and we'll
tell you moré»
WS #4649 10/26
Pro Athlete Tall, handsome, 6',
175, sexy, 30's, desires young,
athletic couple for hot three-
some and wild times!
WS#4815 11/02
Fun couple seeks biWF, 30+,
for fun and whatever comes
natural. She's very bi. 32, and a
big beautiful woman. He's 34
and likes to watch. Bi couples
welcomed also. HIV- only.
WS #3355 10/19
80+couple seeking same or
single male/female still into
sensual games. .
WS #5005 11/09
Happily married very attrac-
tive couplels seeking sensual
times with other couples. She:
45,120lbs, 5'6', blonde, blue
eyed, and bi. He: 55,5'11\
I90lbs, athletic, and well built. -
Would like to meetsimilar cou-
pies for playtime. Let's meet
for a drink and see what hap-
pens.
WS#4819 11/02
Size and looks don't matter.
ISO bi female, 25 or older, to
have fun with crazy couple.
HIV- only. Bi couples welcome.
WS #3366 10/19
Very hot married white
couple, eariy40's, in shape,
clean, discrete, HIV-, in search
of other attractive couples
who are in shape arid enjoy so-.
cial and hottimes together.'
SHE: 5'1“, 97lbs, redhead, 38-D.
He;.5'l0', 182lbs, blonde, mus-
cular build, well hung.
WS #3369 10/19
Black or white looking for a
female very smart, very at-
tractive, hour shape body,
large breast (36-C or D). For a
menage troi, very spontane-
ous, mentally and physically
sexual. Disease free.
WS#4817 11/02
Help me fulflll my boyfriend's
fantasy. Very sexual couple
looking for a beautiful female,
22-30» to join us for unforget-
table fun. Must be attractive
and outgoing, dancer type,
definitely can't be shy. All calls
will be answered.
WS#4998 11/09
Couple...opportunity curious,
wealthy, young, WM, hand-
some, tall, blonde, athletic
male, seeks young, very at-
tractive, open minded married
couple for fantasy, exploration,
mutually beneficial, safe/dis-
creet, ongoing arrangement.
D/D free, experience/inexpe-
rience O.K.
WS #3363 10/19
Sensually energized MWC, 50
going on 30. ISO other couples
only, with bi female and
straight male, for swinging and
friendship. She is 57', 40D,
shaven. He is 5*6' bald, blue
eyes. D/D free, dean, discreet
and sincere, you be too,
WS #3356 10/19
S. Beach wild Sexy, SWBM,
40yo, ISO hot and wild fun with
bi-couples; and females. Very
oral and love to get everyone
wet. Let's do it...in Miami for
next two weeks.
WS #4746 11/02
Use my BI girlfriend- all Amer-
ican bi couple for Bi female, of.
fit guy, 18-30. Her: 25yo, 5'8',
petite, I20lbs. Him: 29yo,
5'10', 135lbs., both athletic.
Seeks Bi-female or aggressive,
hotmale. She enjoys light hu-
miliation and oral in lingerie
and heels. Gang Bang?
WS #3254 10/19
Attractive, sincere 35,6',
straight man, John Stamos
look-alike and 34,5'5 female,
looking for bisexual women
18-32 who are open minded
about sex. No strings attached,
all calls will be answered. Miami
only. No guys please. .
WS #3264 10/19
Well hung black male, 28yo,
seeks good looking females .
and couples, any race, for
friendship and wild times. I am
drug anckdisease free and I am
for real. I am open minded and
lovetohavéfun.
WS#3284 10/19
Like to be Watched? HM. 27yo,'
5'10', 155lbs., looking for fe-
malefor wild times while girl-
friend watches. You are W/H
female, 21-35, attractive, and
in good shape. Must like to
party. Call for a wild private
party reservation.
WS #4520 10/19
White middle class couple.
He: 4s 50yo, 5'11', green eyes,
and light hair. She: is 47yo,
5'5', hazel eyes, and blond. She
has a beautiful body. Seeks Bi/
WF, 37-55, for sensual en-
counters. Must be feminine,
clean and discreet. No drugs.
Call please.
WS #4575 10/26
Curious couple. She is 25,5'6,
125lbs HF, sexy and adventon
ous. He is 27,5'10,175lbs,
straight male,'cute and pas-
sionate. ISO BiH/WF for casual
meetings and hot fun. Let's
meet! Must be dean and dis-
WS #3295 10/19
Dominate couple Seeks sub-
missive couples, females and
select males. B&D, S&M. Limits
respected but tested. Begin-
ner welcome.
WS#4518 10/19
White married couple, good
looking, disease free. He: 34yo,
straight She: 32y0, bi curious,
ISO of a bi curious, feminine fe-
male, W/H, good looking, dean
and disease free, 18-25, must
be single arid fun to be with.
This is our first time but will like
to enjoy the wild side of life.
WS #4891 11/09
Straight white male 34 yo.
ISO a single bi-curious, good
looking, open mindéd white
female to spend good times
together along with my beau-
tiful down-to-earth wife. We're
dean, disease free, very dis-
creet You won't be disap-
pointed.
WS #4890 11/09
Latin flair Straight pro, WHM,
ISO fun loving, safe and dean
couple, 18-45 ho would enjoy
playing with a 5'10', 155lbs.,
br/hair, hazel eyes, very
healthy, non-smoking. 30yo
male. Discretion a must.
WS #4908 11/09
Fun, young couples. Are you
looking for fun, other dean,
good-looking couples? We are
between 20 and 35 years old.
We are looking for bi females
or couples, for sexual good
times and sexual parties. First
time welcome, serious, dean
and good shape.
WS#4567 10/26
24yo, attractive couple, ISO
18-30, spontaneous, bi sexual
female who loves to be pam-
pered and likes fun and games.
Mature women need only to
reply.
WS #4738 11/02
BICpI ISO playmates. Attractive,
40ish, professional looking for
others with similar interests
for erotic get together, if
you're looking for adventure,
we should talk soon.
WS #4911 11/09
Well hung BM» seeks females
and couples of any race, for
fun, and friendship. I'm very
fun loving, easy going, non
pushy, 33,5'11, non smoker/
drinker, drug/disease free. Be-
tween 21-60 can respond.
Lets get together.
WS #3292 10/19
Married couple ISO W/HF, 50-
60, to have fun with on week-
ends. Be drug/disease free and
very discreet.
WS #4903 11/09
My fantasy Is D/Brazilian Bi -
curious male, 33yo, ISO bi
couple, 30-40, to have good
times. I'm 6', open minded,
and d/d free. Ready to try any-
thing? Wanna teach me?
WS #3278 10/19
Like watching? IWo hunky
guys like to get it on--while
watching a gal and guy or two
guys go at it -- no sharing. Ver-
bal assists a plus - full details
to box 4562.
WS#4562 , 11/02
Hot couple attractive, in
shape, dean cut, seeking same
for parties, dubbing and fun.
WS#4513 10/19
Latin lovers Looking to meet
other couples or hot real men
who want to have two real hot ¡
new friends. You want a try?
We are looking for quality and
cosmopolitan kind of new
friends who enjoy life in the
real way.
WS #4899 11/09
Adventurous, sensual, and
open minded couple, ISO an
easygoing, and uninhibited bi
female. She 35yo, bi, feminine,
and very sexual. He 39yo,
straight, and pleasurable. You
open minded, fuh, and great
attitude. Looking for a third, so
you can watch us, heat up.
then act upon your desires.
WS #3274 10/19
Orally talented Local couple,
mid 20's, seeks bi female to
settle a bet. Who gives better
tongue? He: 5;8', green/
brown, good looking and very
sexual, ISO cute, dean, no psy-
chos. and no games.
WS#3296 10/19
Happy married couple, pro-
fessional, family oriented, at-
tractive, uninhibited, discreet
ISO similar stable couples, or
SWF for friendship, romance,
and exploration. She: Bi, 30.
5'1', 125lbs., veryfeminine,
36D. He: 32,6', 185lbs„ mus-
cular, sincere, honest, drug/
disease free. New to scene.
WS #3250 10/19
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150 Phone
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160 Retail
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170 Salons
175 Technical
177 Warehouse/Mechanical
180 Entertainment
185 Positions Wanted
105
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positions. Call 800-550-6656
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Call for more Info:
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Warehouse Loader, Merchan-
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Merchandiser on SAT, 10/16,
8am-12pm at Holiday inn..
1950 Glades Rd; Boca Raton.
MARKETING REPS LA based
record label seeks PT market-
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vated, well organized & pas-
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dustry. A knowledge of the to-
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Fax: (561) 776*1362
PARTY INSTALLERS Looking
for experienced free lance par-
ty installer, for theme party
company, requires some heavy
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speak english, flexible hours.
Call after 10am 305^626-8804
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VALET ATTENDANTS wanted,
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-within 2-6pm, Mon - Thurs.
WINDOW WASHER will train.
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954-725-9960
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Be your own boss! Work from
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1-800-854-6469 ext 5210
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JOB FAIR
HELD AT:
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WAREHOUSE LOADER
Must be able to lift up to 75lbs. Must be able to
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experience is preferred. (Part-time positions are
available in our West Palm facility)
MERCHANDISER
Heavy lifting required. Person must be able to
promote customer service at all times. Work
schedules and hours may vary; weekends are
very probable. Use of own vehicle is required.
CDL CLASS "A" DELIVERY MERCHANDISER
A good Florida CDL Class A licence with a
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at the Holiday Inn, 1950 Glades Rd., Boca Raton
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record/no more than 5 points on-licence. Must
have good math skills, a stable work history and
excellent customer service skills. Must have a
high school diploma or a GED. Must be able to
lift up to 75lbs. DOT reference checks will be
done. (Some CDL Class B licenced positions are
available in our West Palm facility)
In addition to competitive pay, Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. offers a full range of benefits options. For further employment
opportunities, please call 1-800-947-0752. We are an equal opportunily/affirmative action employer M/F/D/V.
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Recent rapid growth has created openings in all areas:
Switchboard/Receptionist
File Clerk
Bookkeeper
Previous dealership experience a plus.
APPLY IN PERSON: 9am-5pm at 2101 OKEECHOBEE BLVD In W. Palm Bch
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Call Melody 941-434-5226 in Naples, FI. for the next Hiring Oppty
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MANPOWER SERVICES
Security
Ticket Takers
Food Service
Clean Up
Setup
Parking Flaggers
Reliable, haul working
individuals with good
communication skills
needed. Arm Band
included with the pay!!!
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eCommerce at eData.com
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Medical
DENTAL BILLER $20-$40/hr
Dental company needs people
to process medical claims.
"Must own PC. 1-800-223-1149
ext 463.
DENTAL BILUNG
$20440
Per Hour
'Easy Dental Billing.. Full training.
Computer required
1-800-434-5518 6XÍ610
MEDICAL BILLER $20-$40/
HOUR easy medical billing, full
training. Computer required.
Call 1 -888-846-6401 ext #619
145
Office/Clerical
CUSTOMER SERVICE
WWW.WORLDOFWATCHES.COM
On-line watch store needs
comp, lit / motivated reps for
professional environment. Gall
Mr. Rotter (954)838-7815 - '
CUSTOMER SERVICE Internet
company. Requires basic skills
to operate a computer. Good
salary and a great atmosphere.
Call forinfo 954-927-1704
RECEPTIONIST WANTED, a .}â– 
friendly person to answer,
phones. This is a full time
position in a Great-work
enviorment. 954-964-4656
RECEPTIONISTS
Broward. Professional
demeanor for front desk. Exc
communication skills., 1 yr exp,
data entry skills. Temp and
Temp-to-Hire oppty
Call 954-441-4677
Fax 954-441-4688
Dade 305-477-2233
www.victohaassociates.com
RECEPTIONIST For Internet
company. Answer phones and
file. Good salary and a great at-
mopshere. For information,
call 954-927-1704
150
Phone
TELEMARKETERS
PHONE PROS NEEDED
Full time & Part time!
•Base salary + incentives
• Team promotional
work system
• Earn up to $19 per hour!
Jump in a ride the wave of
eOpmmerceateData.com
Call David Mardl for
confidential interview!
561-999-4536
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 $$$.
Call I0am-6pm
954-419-9817
www.femalemusde.com
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Restaurants/Hotels/Clubs
ALL POSITIONS
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• COOKS
• WAIT-STAFF
•SERVERS
•BUS-STAFF.
All positions experienced only
apply at 8096 W. McNab Road,
at The Shoppes of McNab.
(1 mileeast of University)
N.Lauderdale, 954-721-1126
CAFE STAFF Now Accepting
Applications for Cafe Positions!
Full & Part Time. Fax resumes
to 561 -368-3399 or Call Bret @
Don Carter's All Star Lanes
561-368-2177 in Boca Raton.
CAFE
• COOKS*
For high volume beach cafe.
Great environment. Please
apply in person at
OASIS CAFE
600 Seabreeze Blvd.lAlA)
Ft. Lauderdale. 954-463-3130
COOKS, SERVERS, & key em-
ployees Wanted for both loca-
tions at Red's Backwoods BBQ:
Comer of 441 & Wiles, Coral
Springs-& 3321 N Fed Hwy,
Pompano Beach, FL
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Openings in Uadfe, Broward, & Palm Bdbu Counties
•Key Employee
Apply in person at:
| Comer of 441 & Wiles Rd.
Coral Springs, Florida
â– 
fi 3321 N. Federal Highway
(Comer Federal & Sample fompano E
Great Opportunity
Kitchen for Lease.
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Call for more Details
305 . 651.0133
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COUNTRY CLUB STAFF
Now Hiring:
LADIES LOCKER ROOM
ATTENDANT
Full-Time with Benefits
Apply in Person:
WOODMONT COUNTRY CLUB
7801NW 80 Avenue
Tamarac, FL
954-722-4300x344
DANCE HOSTESSES
MAKE $$$ WITH YOUR
CLOTHES ON!!!
Upscale & safe private men's
dub is now hiring all types &
ages. We offer a safe
environment that indudes:
• No alcohol
• No nudity
• Salary+bonus
CLUB ROMANCE 954-783-5003
FOUNTAINGATE Restaurant
Now Hiring experienced Walt-
staff & Bussers. All shifts!
Apply in person: 4616 Jog Rd.
Green Acres or call Joanne
561-432-7544 EOE
HIRING NOW Waitstaff (wine
knowledge a +. Exp only),
kitchen help, barback/bussers.
Upscale rest, in Jupiter area. _
Call (561)775-7189
HOTEL STAFF
Sheraton Suites Plantation
FORT LAUDERDALE WEST
We are looking for depend-
able team players to fill the
following positions:
Laundry Attendant
Banquet Chef
RESTAURANT STAFF
If Lauderdale
I Yacht Club
Now Hiring:
EXP. SERVERS
Apply in person at
Human Resource
Department
311N University Dr.
Plantation, FL 33324
or fax number 954-452-3061
EOE/DFWP .
IMMEDIATE POSITIONS
Masquerade Cafe
640 E Atlantic Blvd. Delray
561-279-0229
Leave message on machine
if no answer
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE
PT Nights & Weekends. $9/Hr+
Meals & Benefits!
LAUDERDALE
YACHT CLUB
â–  Apply Tues-Sat:
1725 SE12 St, Ffc Lauderdale
RESTAURANT STAFF
DELMORO’S
NEW WORLD CUISINE
This new Skyline restaurant
located at the top for LAS OLAS
RIVERFRONT is how hiring:
• Line Cooks
• Prep Cooks
• Bartenders
• Servers
• Host/Hostess
• Bar Backs
• Utility
Competitive pay!
Best in the Business!
Apply in person,
no phone calls please.
300 SW 1st Ave Ft Lauderdale
Las Olas Riverfront
RESTAURANT STAFF
LASOLAS
RESTAURANT STAFF
EXP’D COOKS
Starllte Diner, a new & busy
restaürant is also hiring:
HOST STAFF. BUSSERS
& SERVERS
APPLY Mon-Fri 2-5 PM
HOLLYWOOD
3500 Oakwood Blvd
FT. LAUDERDALE
6201 N. Andrews eoe
ROSE SALES
UP TO 20 DOLLARS
AN HOUR CASH
Smiling pretty faces for
Rose Sales in fun upscale
restaurants. Must have
transp. Short eve shifts.
CALL NOW, START TODAY!
954-507-3249 / 954-507-3249
SERVERS/HOSTESSES
TqnyRomás
(«FAMOUS TOR RIBS •) _
in Hallandale &
Pembroke Pines
Now Hiring:
SERVERS & HOSTESSES
We offer exc. benefits. Apply:
606 E Hallandale Bch Blvd
954-454-7427 and
7920 Pines Blvd
954-962-7427
SERVICE STAFF
HOTEL POSITIONS
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DAYS INN
HOLLYWOOD
Immediate Openings Available:
•FRONT DESK CLERKS
•VAN DRIVERS
• ROOM ATTENDANTS
• BREAKFAST ATTENDANT
Apply in Person::
2601N. 29th Avenue
1-95 & Sheridan Street
HOTEL STAFF
BOCA RATON FLORIDA
Front Desk &
Housekeeping
AM/PM Shifts Available!
F/T & P/T and weekends
Apply in person: fp§
2700 N Fed Hwy.
call (561) 395-5225
EATERY
• SERVERS
•HOST/HOSTESS
6751N Federal Highway in
Boca Raton.
RESTAURANT
WAITSTAFF
FULLTIME
Bonefish Willie’s
1269 University Dr.
Coral Springs
954-345-8448
RESTAURANT STAFF
GOURMET
TOMATO PIE
â–  Immediately Hiring Exp: -
PM SERVERS
CASHIER/
DELI PERSON
PIZZA MAKER
Apply in Person:
GOURMET TOMATO PIE
15801 Pines Blvd
Pembroke Pines
954-442-7866
G’Vanni’s
Now Hiring:
• MODELS/CLUB DANCERS
• COCKTAIL/WAIT STAFF
954-249-9346 or
954-566-0642
RESTAURANT STAFF
MEZZANOTE
On Las Olas
Our bust las Olas upscale
restaurant and bar is now
hiring experienced Individuals
for the following Positions:
• Waitstaff
• Food Rtinners
• Bussers
• Hostesses
• Bartenders
Please apply in person
between 3 & 5pm Mon;- Fri.
at 300 SW 1st Ave
Las Olas Riverfront
954-761-8787
Looking for:
EXPERIENCED
SERVERS
Apply 3pm-4pm, MofvFri
HOUSTON’S
RESTAURANT
17355 Biscayne Blvd
North Miami Beach
STAFF
ADULT ENTERTAINMENT
Immediate Openings!
WAITRESSES
BARTENDERS
HOT CLUB!
DANCERS
ALWAYS WELCOME!!
OVER 10 YRS IN BUSINESS
7565 W 20 Ave
HIALEAH/MIAMI LAKES
305-558-2221
www.treasUreislanddancers
com
reciter
V^cenTer
The Nations #1 musical
instrument retailer has full-time
commissioned Sales positions
available in all departments.
Only those interested in helping
Guitar Center become famous for
customer service need apply.
Product knowledge and sales
experience a plus.
Contact Daniel Hansen at
954 - 456-7890
STAFF
CHEETAH III
ADULT CLUB
IS NOW HIRING FOR:
WAITRESSES
BARTENDERS
DANCERS ALWAYS
WELCOME
497 NW 31 AVE
POMPANO BEACH
954-971-2600
5 min from Turnpike &
Atlantic Blvd
www.cheetah3.com
VARIOUS POSITIONS
IS NOW HIRING:
• Front Desk
• Maintence
• Housekeeping
Call 561-622-4366
VARIOUS POSITIONS
PHISH
Positions Needed Are:
•SECURITY
•tICKETtAKERS
•fOODsERVICE ;
•CLEAN UP
•Setup
• Parking Flaggers
We are looking for reliable,
hard working people with
good communication skills.
MANPOWER
941-434-5226 in Naples, FI
Please call YES we need you!
165
Sales
ADVERTISING SALES, South
Florida's #1 gay-alternative
magazine is currently looking
for Account Reps. For Broward
and Dade Counties. Fax or Mail
resume to ATT.iDir. of Sales)
Fax 954-561 -5970 Address:
SCOOP-SHE Magazine, 2205
Wilton Dr. Wilton Manors,
FL 33305.
APPOINTMENT SETTERS
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
Some experience required.
Telemarketing, appointment
setting, sales. Margate area,
$10 HOURLY
GUARANTEED SALARY
Plus fantastic commission. .
Potentially $300 a week,
for ID hours work.
$30 per hour.
Easy job, fast money!
954-537-9449
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Weekend shift $9/hr
Miramar, 1 y£ Oust Svc exp. Exc
communication skills, bilingual
Eng/Span. Temp-to-Perm avail.
Call 954-441-4677
Fax 954-441-4688
Dade 305-477-2233
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PARTS SALES
MARINE PARTS
SALES
OMC, Yamaha. Mercury, Out-
board Dealer looking for exp
PARTS COUNTER SALESPERSON.
$8.00/HR + Comm. DFWP
Fax resume to:
954-524-5225 Attn: Doug
Lauderdale
Marina
SALES MANAGERS
COMMODITIES
SERIES-3'
HIGHEST PAY
HEALTH BENEFITS/401 K
OVER RIDE BONUS
UNLIMITED LEADS
CALL 954-351-0200
SALES Part-Time, Florida Phil-
harmonic seeking professional
telemarketers for upcoming
season. Knowledge of music
helpful. Call 954-561-2997 ext
244. Monday-Thursday 1-9pm.
TELEMARKETING Work from
home establish co exp closers
$20-$30K + potential. TV leads.
No appt setting. High corm
mission & Flex hrs Call between
5-5pm Mon-Fri 954-454-1808
TELEMARKETERS
PHONE PROS NEEDED
Full time & Part time!
•Base salary incentives
• Team promotional
work system
• Earn up to $19 per hour!
Jump In a ride the wave of.
eCommerce at eData.com
- Call David Mardl for
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561-999-4536
TELEMARKETING
A New Company Look-
ing for Great Voices!
: • New Call Center Expanding
• • Seeks 100 Telesale Prof Is
• Paid Training
• Flexible Hours
• All shift FT and PT
• Residential / Business Calling
• Casual Business Office -
Call Vince
Today Start Tomorrow
954-739-9354
TELEPHONE SALES
DAVIE LOCATION
EARN UP TO
$22/HR
•«■BONUSES!
Experience preferred but will
train. Clear speaking voice.
Women encouraged to
apply. Call 954-316-9085
170
Salons
BARBER, STYLIST, NAIL TECH
Rental only. Serious inquiry for
booth rental. Fadal RoonYavail-
able for rent. West Hollywood.
Paul, 954-430-5722
HAIR STYLIST New Salón!
Beach area. Excellent Oppty!
Highly professional / Expen-
ence preferred. Call Glen at
954-565-2009
HOME STUDY ACRYUC NAILS
Looking for nail tech to work
full time. No lift nails. Low
odor! Training Kit-12 Items-
Professional 4 Items.
0rder24 Hrs 954-893-8898
Email: SunNails@aol.com
NAIL TECH 100% comm in an
existing Hair Salon the Avg-
over 50 clients daily. Build
clientele. Pembroke Pines In
KMart shopping center. Call
954-257-3678. Ask for Herb!
86 October 14-20,1999 New Timei Broward «Palm Beach


WHERE DO YOU STUDY?
• On Camera & Off Camera Workshops
•Conservatory Programs For Intensive Training
• Evening Training Program
Seminars and Master
Classes From N.Y., LA, and
Florida’s Industry Professionals
954-929-4553
http:/actingstudio.org
Established Businessman
Is looking for an articulate, well-groomed
woman to accompany him to business
meetings, dinner engagements,
overnight business trips and,other
mise, duties.
If you feel that this job is what you've
been looking for:
Call 561-637-5705
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NAIL TECH & HAIRSTYLIST
for Upscale Ft Lauderdale
Salon. Paying high
commissions.
5*W**T*e*5
Call Kevin
954-566-7546
SALON POSITIONS
• NAIL TEbH • MANICURIST
• PEDICURIST «HAIRSTYLIST
FT/PT at nail spa.
Call 954-749-3322
VARIOUS POSITIONS Shimi Sa-
Ion International. Seeking pro-
fessional people. For nails, hair,
facial and massage. European
Style Salon. Call 954-749-2829
180
Entertainment
MODELS Earn top dollar! De-
pendable, physically fit blonde,
brunette, & redhead models
needed for adult agency. Must
have pager. 561 -315-6075
205 Entertainers Wanted
210 Modeling & Talent
215 Photographers
220 Mise. Show Biz
210
Modeling & Talent
ACT/MODEL
Actors
Models
#1 Agency in Florida needs
new faces for T.V, film, catalog
& commercial.work. No fees.
Exp.or no exp. Kids, Teens,
Women & Men of all ages.
Image Talent Agcy..TA#383
420 Lincoln Rd #207
305-531-9096
AMATEURS NEEDED Looking
for couples & females to do
adult internet videos. Short
hrs. & great pay! Nudity req'd.
954-776-3993
BIKINI/LINGERIE MODELS for
films and photos, experience
not necessary. Call
954-796-3868 .
CASTING ACTRESS/MODEL
Seeking leggy actress (18-38)
or dancer with personality for
main female role in zany, main-
stream feature film. Noexpe-
rience necessary, just pizzazz.
Beginner ok. 305-554-7219
MODELS
$$$
Work in the Adult Film Indus-
try. No experience, all types.
Get started in videos, maga-
zines & internet sites,
call Studio One, Inc. Today!
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm
1-800-611-3955
MODELS
MALE MODELS
For video, catalog and photo
work. No exp necessary. All
types, races. 18-40. Must have
excellent body. Non-nude and
nude opportunities available.
Reputable company.
Call National Marketing
954-524-5050
PHOTOGRAPHER needs Worn-
en of all Races-Heteo/Bi/Les-
bians for nude photo shoots.
NO EXP REQUIRED. Thong
shoots also avail. Feel free to
bring a friend, if interested call
anytime 954-567-8444
PROMOTIONAL MODEL Dy-
namic & energetic Females
needed for top shelf liquor
promotions. Must be ex-
tremely attractive & physically
fit. Preferably 57 & up. Spanish
speaking a+++++. Flex Hrs,
Good Pay. Call 305-993-1189
215
Photographers
FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER
Professional studio/location
photos for models, executives,
actors, celebrities, musicians
and other major assignments.
Call Ademir 305-682-0765
HEADSHOTS/PICTURES JUST
$40/ROLL All ages. Guaranteed
satisfaction. Studio/loc. Fash-
ion/commercial looks. Profes-
sionalism & integrity. Jon Kidd:
305-607-KIDD (5433)
MISCELLANEOUS Low cost!
Prof model testing, commer-
dal photography, headshots,
retouching, custom prints,
comp cards, ads. 305-673-4220
220
Mise Show Biz
AIIStarCasting.com
Where the world looks for
TALENT!
Models « Actors • Musidans
Extras • Jugglers • Boarders
Comedians • Clowns • Skaters
Stunts • Impersonators
Bands • Body builders
Unusual talent
• Get Noticed •
1-800-982-2505
AMATEUR WOMEN African
American & Asian Women
needed for adult internet
videos. Short hrs. & great pay!
Nudity req'd. 954-776-3993
talent SCOUTS Needed for
top modeling agency. Person-
ality and appearance very im-
portant. 305-531-3910
DANIA $i6AM~9flrI76-7675
1/1 Lakeview Condo - Endosed Patio,
near Jai-Alai and shopping.
Minutes to beach. 55+, no pets.
For Details and Showing
call Mildred Perez - 954-505-9781
K. £. brokers. 3tic.
300
Rentals
Broward
305 Apts/Condos/Townhomes
310 Homes
315 Rooms
320 Seasonal Rentals
325 Mobile Homes
330 Boat Dockage/Storage
335 Stores/Offices/Warehouses
340 Rentals Wanted
Palm Beach
345 Apts/Condos/Townhomes
350 Homes
355 Rooms
360 Seasonal Rentals
365 Mobile Homes
370 Boat Dockage/Storage -
375 Stores/Offices/Warehouses
380 Rentals Wanted
385 Rental Services
390 Mise Rentals
392 Dade Rentals
395 Out of Area Rentals
305
Broward Apts/Condos/Townhomes for Rent
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which makes it illegal to advertise*...any preference, limitation or
discrimination because of race, color,^religion, sex, handicap,
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BROWARD / PALM BEACH
All Areas Luxury Rentals
Short/Long Term
Furnished / UN furnished
Privately owned - NO Fee
: -;^fl, 2/2,3/2's, From $600
Pool, Tennies Court, Patio & Marine
Investment Limited
The Apartment People
954-426-9055 • 561-392-9594 • 954-428-2100
BROWARD/DADE 954-805-6092
Rentals avail in all areas. Short and long term leases available. Fur-
nished or unfurnished! Corporates & seasonals starting month to
month. Call now for information in your area. Executive's Choice
DANIA ' $400 954-923-6008
Large apartment, dean, security, parking. 1 block West of Federal
Highway. $400 a month. 954-923-6008
DANIA $550 305-854-5206
*2/2 and 3/2 cottages. 201 and 211SW12 St. 1 block W of US1,
near Ft Lauderdale/Hollywood airport Drive by, then call Aristo RE
FORT LAUDERDALE/LAS OLASS525&UP 954-295-3640
Awesome 2BR/2BA beach duplex. Two bedroom, 2.5 bath town-
house. Also 1BR/1 BA apt Walk to beach. Las Olas
FT LAUDERDALE
954-522-1488
EAST LAS OLAS
Apartments $650 a month and efficiendes $500 a month for rent.
2 blocks to Intercoastal Waterways. 954-522-1488
FT LAUDERDALE 954-522-0062
Huge 2 BR/2.5 BA townhouse on water $875
Spadous 1 BR/1 BA condo $550
Efficiency in Victoria Park $425
CALL 954-522-0062
FT LAUDERDALE $500 954-646-2997
1 BR/1 BA condo on canal, $500 a month, balcony, pool,
dubhouse, dose to I-95 & downtown. Laundry facility.
PATRICIA GOTTLIEB, realty
954-646-2997
FT. LAUDERDALE $485-5525 954-922-3027
Remodeled 1 bedroom 1 bath, brand new central A/C, garden
apartment Swimming pool, laundry. Available immediately
HOLLYWOOD BEACHFROM 5165/WK-ALLINCL 954-922-1744
Fum Art Deco studios on intracoastal, near beach & transporta-
tion, private deck & BBQ, HBO; ESPN* phones with voice mail.
HOLLYWOOD BEACH $1,200 305-972-9165
1 BR/1.5 BA luxurious beach front apartment, just north of Golden
Beach. Indudes A/C, water and able. 2401S Ocean Drive
HOLLYWOOD EAST $600 954-927-9712
1 BEDROOM/1 BATH DUPLEX
Own entrance, near US 1, washer/dryer, new tile, able, minutes to
beach, near everything. Bike path. Cat OK. 954-927-9712
HOLLYWOOD BEACH $750 954-805-6092
Huge 1 bedroom/1.5 bath convertible with ocean and intracoastal
views, totally remodeled, pool and gym. Executive's Choice
HOLLYWOOO BEACH $975 954-805-6092
Large 2 bedroom 2 bath with water view, gym. pool, fum or un-
furnished, ocean access. Available immediately. Executive's Choice
HOLLYWOOD-EAST $145/WK&UP 954-240-2852
Fum Studios & 1BR w/kitchen, pool, near Downtown/Chamber of
Commerce. Drug free. HBO/ESPN, phone w/voicemail, util ind.
HOLLYWOOD 954-929-9957
1 BR $600/M0, also have effidency $135/wk electric induded,
$300 security move-in. Cocoplum Apts is a small community of
hip, young professionals in Hollywood's Arts & Entertainment area.
Charming, dean newly renovated garden apartments with tile
floors. Secure, cats OK. 1926 van Burén Street Ask for Mr. Silver
HOLLYWOOD 580/WK 305-652-1689/954-983-0348
Room for rent in Hollywood. $80/wk ind. A/C, Cable, phone,
kitchen/laundry privileges. No smoking, drugs or drinking.
LIVE/WORK SPACE
M w Tork Space @ 17th floor of the Historic
%&/ Home Tower downtown Hollywood.
T â–¼ This landmark building , is a work in
progress heading toward completion-far 2000.1200
squares of commercial @ 17 is your oppty to create
your space. Presently built out into four offices. Full
bath plus one half bath. Floor to ceiling windows,
serious views of the ocean, Miami skyline arid young
circle park. 4 balconies. Heated pool and parking
available. Rent “as is" or can be redeveloped into the
ultimate home office with commercial usage $15 a
square foot. Rental allowance for redevelopment.
Unique oppty call Eric Kail owner/agt. For more info call:
954-9234844 or 954-6462249
HOLLYWOOD $450 954-929-0247
1 bedroom 1 bath effidency, private pool, A/C, electric and water.
Ideal for one person or couple. 1 block from US1, large yard.
HOLLYWOOD $475/MONTH 305-279-2431
Large studio, country kitchen, small, classic; historial building in
beautiful Lakes area of Hollywood. Right near beaches
HOLLYWOOD 305-947-7300
Quaint studio apartment; art deco. East of US11 small mature pet
ok. $525/mo including utilities, w/d on premises. Days: (MtF) 305- i
947-7300 or evenings/weekends: 954-373-2442
HOLLYWOOD $550/$560/MONTH 954-614-7062
1 bedroom 1 bath, dean large apartment, all tiled, near downtown
Hollywood, Arts & Music district, central A/C, small pets OK
HOLLYWOOD $2,200 954-805-6092
Spectacular 1. BR 1.5 BA, direct ocean view, royal suite. Pets OK,
fum or unfurnished. Possible seasonal rental. Executive's Choice
HOLLYWOOD $2,900 954-805-6092
Spectacular 3 bedroom 2.5 bath with direct ocean view, marble
floors, garage, furnished or unfurnished. Executive's Choice .
POMPANO/AIA 954-295-8083
Oceanfront 2/2, new arpet and paint, many,other rentals avail-
able. FREE rental service. 1500 sq ft, many amenities.
ENTERPRISE REALTY
310
Broward Homes for Rent
FT LAUDERDALE/VICTORIA PARK $750 305-854-3747
Private, 800 sq ft, living and dining rooms, bed, kitchen, bath, pri-
vate deck, all utils ind, no pets, 1 st/last/sec. Available now!
315
Broward Rooms for Rent
INVERRARY 954-578-0676
Beautiful room in nice house. Semi-furnished! NiceT’ool & parking
available. Utilities induded. Work references requested.
320
Broward Seasonal Rentals
POMPANO $1800 954-646-2997
LEISUREVILLE. 2 BR/2 BA, Adult community, fully fum. everything
induded. Clubhouse, amenities, pool, gargage. Family room.
PATRICIA GOTTLIEB, realty
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Broward Stores/Offices/Warehouses for Rent
FT. LAUDERDALE $225 ELEC INCLU 954-484-0400
Office space for rent-200 SF, 5440 N. State Road 7, Ft. Lauderdale,
(N. of Commercial Blvd). Larger Suites Available. Ask for George.
345
Palm Beach Apartments/Condos/Townhomes for Rent
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405 Open House
410 Condos/Townhomes
415 Homes
417 Mobile Homes
420 Commercial Property
425 Income Property
430 Real Estate Wanted
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435 Open House
440 Condos/Townhomes
445 Homes
447 Mobile Homes
450 Commercial Property
455 Income Property
460 Real Estate Wanted
465 Real Estate Services
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472 Dade Real Estate
475 Out of Area Real Estate
410
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Great investment! Beautiful 1 bedroom 1.5 bath with water view,
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2 bedroom 2 bath fabulous penthouse, 1,600+ square feet, totally
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Ocean front 2 BR 2 BA. 1,650 square féet, pool, gym, tennis. All
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417
Mobile Homes
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Dade Real Estate
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3/2.5,2 story designer home in Island Way. Gated Community,
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AVENTURA 954-396-0447
Fantastic penthouse, 2 floors, magnificent views of ocean and
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475
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BEAUTIFUL MIDDLE TENN 800-330-3390
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Antiques/Arts/Collectibles
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954-564-7819
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others.) We want it all 1 -to-
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530
Computers
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SATELLITE MINI-DISH Cards.
Reviewsall channels.
888-767^5333
545
Furniture
BED Brand new, King size, ;
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& boxes) Still in plastic! Was
$1,500, will sell for $375, can
deliver, call 305-649-2551
BEDS Name brands, new in .
plastic, never used mattress
set was $1500, now $249 sizes
.from king to twin. Twin set
$125. Delivery available.
Pompano Bch 954-706-9784
BEDS NEW MATTRESS SETS with
innercoils. Sealed in plastic, $88
twin, $99 full, $119 Queen,
$214 King. Free Delivery. Bp
(305)337-6314.
COUCHES Modem Italian Red
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New Mattress & boxspring
(Queen) $150. 954-929-6811
565
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FOX/SADDLE, for sale Stuffed
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Exercise Saddle, like new. $150.
954-792-7448-Cell-478-0612
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KITTENS AHHHCHOOOÜ Aller-
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Automobiles
ALL MAKES/MODELS CARS
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615
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harassment case In 1998.
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John Paul brings to you his personal
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CAREER • HEALTH • SECURITY
for your past present & future.
Also specializing in STOCK MARKET
PREDICTIONS • 1/1/97 - 7/31/99
578% combined accuracy rate for
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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Throughout 1991,1 often dreamed of
a veiled woman serving me ripe tomatoes. Each time, after she
placed the bowl before me, she’d fall to the ground, writhe, and
expire. I called these dreams the "Tomatoes of Death” series, \
and I worried that they presaged some literal extinction in my
own sphere. But when the dreams stopped in 1992 and I found
myself and all my loved ones still alive, I revised my interpre-
tion. Í decided the dying woman symbolized the parts of my
world that ended in 1991-my 14-year sojourn in Santa Cruz, my
identity as a young, unattached wild man-while the tomatoes
represented the delectable opportunities that arrived in the
wake of those losses. I bring this up, Aries, because the last
two nights I dreamed the same dream with you instead of me
in the starring role.
TMIRUS (April 2Mlay 20): I’m giving you exactly three hours to
make yourself 30 percent happier. Sorry, there’ll be no exten-
sions of this deadline. If you value your relationship with me, if
you love God, you will drop everything right now and devote all
your intelligence to drumming up more joy. You want a few 3
suggestions? Think of your three most blissful memories, and
roll them around your brain. Call up the person most likely to
give you sexual healing, and ask for it point-blank. Send an
inner smile to all the organs in your body. So what’s the hurry,
anyway? Suffice it to say that this is one time when pleasure is
not just a luxury but an absolute necessity.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Fairy dust, magic potion, lucky charm,
secret key of life: You'll have access to something like that this
week. But here’s a warning: Do not try to greedily possess it If
you do, it could sabotage the good it does for you. Use it spar-
ingly, with gratitude and humility. Any time you seek a favor
for yourself, be sure to ask for orte for someone else too. One
more caveat: You could use your magic to make a pig fly or an
enemy wet his pants in public, but why? Be practical and logi-
cal and efficient
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Should you be embarrassed if some
night this week you dream of an erotic encounter with a cen-
taur, mermaid, or sphinx? Hell, no. I’d take it as á very healthy
sign if I were you. Why? It would mean that your subconscious
is trying to tap into mythic sources of longing. It would be a
sign that your imagination is poised to fly off in directions that
would excite the intelligent beast in you. P.S. For extra credit, I
dare you to dream of dancing with the goat-foot god. Pan.
LEO (Juljl 23-Aug. 22): In the distant future, looksism will disap-
pear. No one will be judged on the basis of their physical
appearance because genetic engineering will have made every-
one equally attractive. But until that day, Leo, you’re the offi-
dally designated Beautiful Person of the zodiac. It’s your
responsibility to show that being irresistible on the outside is
not a handicap to being gorgeous on the inside. So get out
there and prove that your charisma is just a front for your sub-
stantial, well-crafted ideas. Demonstrate that you can captivate
friends and beguile people through your high integrity, not just
your charm.
VIRCO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): I’m sure you realize by now that we’ve
spent the last few weeks trying to bolster your stick-to-it-ive-
ness and pump up your follow-through. Have we done our job?
Are you ready for your final exam? I think so. I suspect that if
you fall off the wagon this week, you’ll hop right back on. I bet
that if one of your teammates drops the ball, you’ll catch it
before it hits the ground. And I’m sure that if you do happen to
miss the boat, you’ll swim out to catch it
LIBRA (Sept 25M 22): The trickster guru George Gurdjieff
was fond of messing with his followers’ narcissism. “When you
say ’I did it,’” he used to ask them, "which I do you mean? Each
of you is filled with many I’s, and there is no telling which I is
in charge of you at any one time.” Myself, I happen to share
Gurdjieff s assessment Or rather the I that is sitting in the
throne of my ego at this particular moment shares Gurdjieff s
assessment This same I-which I’m rather fond of, I must
admit even though I’m aware he could be overthrown by a dif-
ferent I at any time-also thinks that this is one of the best times
in ages for you Libras to get all your I’s to see eye-to-eye. Try,
for instance, to get the harmony-lover and the wielder of the
iron first in the velvet glove to collaborate on a common pro-
ject
SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21 ): Scorpio scientist Cari Sagan smoked
pot "He believed the drug enhanced his. creativity and
insights,” writes Keay Davidson in the SF Examiner magazine,
quoting Sagan’s pal Lester Grinspoon. I bring this up, Scorpio,
because though I myself don’t imbibe, I wonder if just this
once maybe you should call on help to alter your habitual state
of awareness. It might be great fun (and a boost to your IQ) to
know what Sagan meant when he said: "If I find in the morning
a message from myself the night before informing me that
there is a world around us which we barely sense, or that we
can become one with the universe, I may disbelieve; but when
I’m high I know about this disbelief And so I have a tápe in
which I exhort myself to take such remarks seriously. I say
’listen closely, you sonofabitch of the morning! This stuff is
real!’ ”
SAGITTARRIS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You want to know what you can
do to best promote your own selfish interests in the coming
weeks? Oddly enough, the answer is charity or service work.
The stars are telling me that an unimaginable blessing will ride
into your fife as you’re helping people without expecting any-
thing in return. So please, for your own sake, go volunteer at a
daycare center for homeless kids. Or be a nurturing mentor to
a brilliant but aimless teen. Or offer your professional services
for free at the scene of a faraway natural disaster. And remem-
ber, whatever you do, be completely unattached to getting
results from your generosity. In fact, maybe you’d better erase
from your mind what I told you about being rewarded.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Of the many stage names IVe used
as a performer, one of my favorite has been “Rambo Rimbaud.”
It borrows from both the soaringly lyrical French poet Arthur
Rimbaud and the relentlessly resourceful warrior from
American pop culture, the movie hero Rambo. In response to
my reading of your astrological aspects, I’m how invoking the
spirit of Rambo Rimbaud to formulate the rest of your horo-
scope. “Be like me this week, Capricorn,” he says. “Be a tire-
less fighter for sensitivity and beauty." t
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-feb. 18): Mush-brained mystics and fanatical
scientists have a lot in common. Both have an absurdly simpfis-
tic world view which ignores half of reality. The first group, for
instance, places unreasonable faith in the art of astrology. The
second asserts that all horoscopes are pure crap. The more
inclusive truth, of course, is that some astrology is bunk and
some is a valuable psychological tooL Which is a good point to
remember right now as you evaluate the situation you’re work-
ing with, Aquarius. Like astrology, it’s a mix of fraudulent and
legitimate elements. But if you can find a way to tap into your
intuition as you exercise a healthy skepticism, youll have no
trouble knowing which is which.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): I hereby award you the title of
Master Composter. Yes, I realize it’s a bit premature consider-
ing the fact that your compost pile won’t be ready to use for a
few weeks. But as I observe the diligent recycling you’re doing
right now, I’m convinced you’ll more than earn the honor. The
sheer amount of bullshit you’ve dealt with so successfully lately
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Fd get so high beyond repair
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We have these feelings-deep inside
And wish there was some place to hide
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DWJf, attractive, slim, dassy,
5'1', brown/brown, 105, n/s,
fit, intelligent, affectionate, en-
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NTR #1629 11/10
DON'T MISS OUT
Cuddly, attractive, brunette,
SJF, professional, with terrific
sense of humor, would love to
meet, SJM, 40's-50'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 #1500 11/03
CLASSY SENIOR LADY
I'm a rather interesting lady,
full of life, looking for con-
tentment, stability, and good
conversation in a relationship
with a late 60's guy who has a
sense of humor, is secure and
romantic. Please call.
NTR #1521 11/03
SINCERITY COUNTS
Looking for companionship
with someone sincere. I enjoy
taking long drives, going to the
movies, playing cards, and
good conversation. I'm very
easy going and down to earth.
Looking for 70+, white male,
with same interests.
NTR #1150 10/20
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Sophisticated, passionate, very
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NTR #1360 10/27
LET'S GO CRAZY
I'm a young, sweet, innocent,
girl looking for the exact
opposite! I'm smart and a little
nerdy, I enjoy watching the
Discovery channel, reading Na-
tional Geographic, and doing ,
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NTR #1654 11/10
ROMANCE KEY
S Single
D Divorced
WW. Widowed
P. Professional
LTR Long term relationship
A. ..Asian
H ....Hispanic
B African-American/Black
J........Jewish
C Christian
NA Native American
W.: White
F..Female
M ..Male
G ...Gay .
Bi.......B|sexual
ISQ. In search of
CLASSY LADY
DWF, 45,5'3', blonde, pretty,
good figure, in shape. I'm a
Colorado transplant, well edu-
rated, spiritual, with great
sense of humor, sensuous, no
baggage, and a lot of other
good stuff. You are selective,
N/S, romantic, self confident,
and likes to travel.
NTR #1541 11/03
IS CHIVALRY DEAD?
Is romance alive? Hopeful ro-
mantic is searching for that
special gentleman with tradi-
tional values and good moral
fiber to share in lire's splendor
with beautiful, fit, blue-eyed
blonde. Stunning, talented,
and responsible. Health con-
sclous preferred. N/S please.
NTR #1473 10/21
GENTLEMAN SOULMATE 45+1
Requested for quality time, by
assertive, mature woman. You
should be raring, considerate,
and wish to rater to a special
lady. Possible LTR. Be respect-
ful and always value privacy. N/
S. social drinker.
NTR #1532 11/03
ATTRACTIVE EUROPEAN
Intelligent, petite, SWF, N/S.
Seeks tall educated, financially
secure, humorous, spiritual
SWPM, 38-45. N/S who enjoys
art. and sports. For possible
LTR. Serious inquires only.
NTR #1115 10/20
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Eccentric, multidimensional,
intelligent, attractive, 24 year
old, blonde, SWF, enjoys life.
Seeks interesting, intelligent
man, 25-35 for friendship and
possibly more. I love dancing,
the outdoors, animals, and just
having fun.
NTR #1245 10/20
ARE YOU THE ONE?
Sexy single mom wants to
know! Are you loving,.patient,
kind, emotionally/financially se-
cure, attractive, 35-45? I don't
drink, smoke, or do drugs, if
you're a dean living, spiritual
man, who enjoys kids, please
leave me a message.
NTR #1646 11/10
LET ME TEACH YOU
SBF, voluptuous, robust, but
not obese. Seeking SWM.
French, Italian, or Hispanic pre-
ferred. Must be at least 6'1', fi-
nandally secure, athletic, edu-
rated, and working out a plus,
for fun and whatever devel-
ops. Let's get together.
NTR #1378 10/27
SUPER BBW
Seeking gentle-man, who likes
big women and knows what he
likes about big women.
NTR #1587 10/21
SELFISH DEMANDING
Blonde SWF. 5'2', 100,35 years
old. Seeks gentleman forfun
and games.
NTR #1645 11/10
HERE COMES TROUBLE!
DWF. 5'2', 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
y/ho is easy-going, calm-type
and very respectful.
NTR #1224 10/20
CARPE ME-EM?!
Self-assured DWPF runner, 51.
N/S. Attractive, petite, youthful
(looking and acting), loves to
laugh. Enjoys concerts, movies,
literature, outdoors. Values
honesty, intelligence, ability to
communicate. ISO tall, easy go-
ing DWPM. 44-55, who is a fit
N/S with a good sense of hu-
mor.
NTR #1312 10/20
GOOD OLD FASHION GUY
45yo, attractive, female. Look-
ing for a tall, fit, hard working,
responsible gentleman with
good values and common
sense. Who enjoys music, read-
ing, good dinning, plays, and
who also has a great sense of
humor.
NTR #1614 11/10.
ATHLETIC PLAYMATE
í'm ready for a fit, fun, adven-
turous, athletic, nice guy in his
50's or early 60's. You want an
attractive, affectionate, intelli-
gent woman to share sports
and travel. I enjoy boats, bicy-
ding, scuba, running, gym,
travel, and adventure. Call me.
NTR #1465 10/21
I'M READY...
Are you? Attractive, fit, SBPF,
42. Enjoys danting, jazz, out
door activities, and reading.
Seeks establish BPM 37-47 with
similar interests for great.
times and much, much more!
NTR #1651 11/10
PRIZE PACKAGE
Beautiful, petite, shapely, sexy,
down to earth princess. SWPF,
27.5'T, enjoys romantic din-
ners, movies, nightdubs, bars,
travel. ISO extremely hand-
some, fit, sincere, dassy, ro-
mantic SBM, 25-35,5'10+for
fun. friendship, romance, pas-
sion. .
NTR #1540 11/03
SLEEPLESS IN MIAMI
SWJF, 36, athletic and attrac-
tfve. Looking for a SWJPM, 35-
45, who enjoys working out,
movies, and good conversa-
tion. Looking for boto a part-
ner and best friend.
NTR #1515 11/03
SENSATIONAL DWF
Sensitive, sensible, sensual,
spiritual, sense of humor, and
searching for a soulmate, 45-
55 with similar sentiments.
NTR #1517 -11/03
GORGEOUS MODEL
Blonde hair, sensuous, SWF,
35,57', 125 lbs., seeks finan-
dally secure gentleman, 35-70,
for great conversation and ro-
mantle dinners. Fun dating for
a special gentleman.
NTR #1352 10/27
BUDDHIST
49yo, visionary in field of edu-
cation and community devel-
opment I'm working on New
Age schools and other projects
for the future. Please call for
information. Me.- Jewish back-
ground, 32yrs Buddhist back-
ground. Mother of 3.
NTR #1147 10/20
I NEED A BUDDY!
Quiet at first, but wait until you
get to know me. Then this Af-
rican violet really blossoms. I'm
a down to earth, intelligent,
SBF ISO SB/WM, 28-35 with a
great sense of humor to hang
out with. If you like occasional
nights out on toe town, cool. If
not, we ran make it a block-
buster night too.
NTR #1653 11/10
GRACE KELLY TYPE
Nota look alike. SWF, 57,5'3',
trim, blond/hazel, attractive,
outgoing, smoker, social drink-
er. Looking for a man with a
good sense of humor, intelli-
gent, decisive but not domi-
nating. Not a games player.
NTR #1621 11/10
VIVACIOUS
SWF, tall, red hair. Seeks SWM,
mid 30's to early 40's, single,
creative, successful, and tots of
fun must be finandally secure.
NTR #1445 10/27
EXOTIC REDHEAD
Blue eyed, 130lbs, seeks tall,
dark green eyed, muscular
-built man. Looking for excite-
ment and good times. Gentle,
kind, loving, giving, passionate
lover.
NTR #1633 11/10
ARTIST
Petite, cute, fit, DWPF. 47, N/S,
ballroom dancer, has off-beat
sehse of humor. Enjoys coun-
try dandng, movies, museums,
good reads, flea markets, sun-
day brunch, and hot fudge
sundaes. ISO communicative
intelligent, sweet, fit guy who
will appreciate me.
NTR #1634 11/10
CREATIVE AND OUTGOING
SWF, 35, N/S, 5', professional,
independent, versatile, down
to earth, and fun. Seeking pro-
fessional, intelligent, sensitive,
independent, honest, trust-
worthy, dependable, down to
earth. I like live music, dandng,
Thai, and variety on week-
ends...surprise me.
NTR #1311 10/20
WEEKEND PLAYMATE
SWF, 43, brown hair, brown
eyes, busy, independent, hon-
est, down to earth. Likes riding
motorcydes, dandng. walks on
the beach. ISO affectionate,
weekend playmate. Harley is a
plus.
NTR #1498 11/03
SEEKING PROSPEROUS MAN
SWF, 52, fun loving, creative,
goal oriented. Seeking gener-
ous S/DWM, 48-58, who's mar-
riage minded, knows respect
and honor, and loves to share,
and has self direction, individ-
ualistic.
NTR #1493 11/03
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MAJOR LEAGUE CATCH!
26, down-to-earth, honest,
loves to laugh. Enjoys dining,
dandng, beach. Dislikes bars/
clubs. ISO SWPM. strictly 30-34
(American), slim build, tall,
good personality, loves to
laugh/have good time. Bro-
ward/Dade. .
NTR #1236 10/20
I LOVE MY THOUGHT...
Especially the sexy, exciting
ones. This healthy, happy, slim,
imaginative woman, 55, ISO an
attractive man. 50+, who ran
satisfy my wishes and dreams,
while I satisfy his.
NTR #1365 10/27
EXCEPTIONAL
Pretty, slim. Ivy-league ac-
complished professional. 5’6',
43, hazel eyed, blonde hair,
spiritual and spirted, warm,
honest, good sense of humor,
edectic, communicative and
adventurous WDJPF. Seels lov-
ing, handsome, fit, taller, ac-
complished WJPM, 39-49 with
similar values.
NTR #1385 10/27
BEYOND COMPARE
Lively, shapely, young 45,
DWJPF, 5'3', 105lbs. who's ath-
letic, good looking, intelligent,
witty, personable, dassy. Loves
adventure, sports, travel, mu-
sic, hugs, kisses, laughter, life.
ISO financially/emotionally se-
cure, fun. fit, S/DWPM, 43-55, ..
with similar qualities/interest,
LTR.
NTR #1382 10/27
REWARD YOURSELF
Brazen, blonde SWPF, 39,5'5',
123, with down home sexiness
and childlike outlook. Mediter-
ranean decent, owns a small
business and a large dog. ISO
smooth, smart, sexy, entre-
preneur type, 40's, financially/
emotionally secure, faithful yet
devilish. Make your day, call
me.
NTR #1820 . 11/10
WILD...
Spontaneous, sultry, 23 SWF tri
athlete, adventurous, profes-
sional, likes sports of all kinds,
tail, slender, and attractive.
Seeking SM for a good time
and whatever else follows!
NTR #1244 10/20
LETS GO ALL THE WAY
Sensual, pretty, green eyed
blonde. Seeking attractive,
non-smoking guy,40-55, who
wants to go ail the way in a
fun, raring, sexy, loving, tong
term relationship with a girl
like me.
NTR #1522 11/03
BLONDE BETTY BOOP
SWF, 25, curvy, 5'3\ wavy dark
blonde hair, big blue eyes, ad-
venturous, with a devilish
sense of humor. I love the out-
doors, movies, and theatre. I
am seeking a 23-35, sincere,
good looking, SWM or SHM, for
friendship and maybe more.
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NTR #1472 10/21
THAT’S AMORE
41yo, N/S, down to earth, gen-
uine male, Italian background,
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NTR #1628 11/10
MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
Tall, handsome SWPM, musi-
cian. Seeks muse who is beau-
tiful inside and out, interested
in. LTR, easy going and spiritual,
between ages 21-35, to sere-
nade and rock till dawn.
NTR #1650 11/10
WANT TO HAVE FUN?
Good looking. Sharp; cool guy,
57 (thinks he's 29), 5'9\ Wants
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NTR #1355 10/27
ATTRACTIVE SWM M
Honest sincere, mid 30's, fit,
dark blonde hair, blue eyes,
likes dinning out, romantic
comedies, action movies, and
outdoor activities at the beach.
ISO sexy attractive slim, SWF,
mid-20's-mid40's, to share
what Florida has to offer.
NTR #1659 11/10
HANDSOME ASIAN
lam 5'8', 155lbs,31yo sports
enthusiast, international busi-
ness. Looking for a fun SW/AF,
25-35, wno enjoys Asian cu-
sine, walks on the beach, and
meaningful relationships.
NTR #1539 11/03
ROMANCE REQUESTED
32,6'3', I95lbs, dean cut; hon-
est, SWM, wishes to meet SWF
for friendship with possibility
of relationship. I have an amaz-
ing sense of humor with very
strong character. I'm very
open-minded and like to have
-fun times.
NTR #1586 10/21
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in love at first sight? Hand-
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outdoors, the arts, and dinning
by candlelight. Seeks serious
LTR, with emotionally secure
and attractive D/SF.
NTR #1609 11/10
MUSICAL EUROPEAN
Honest, romantic, 59yo, one
woman man, old fashioned,
not rich (finance broker and
weekend musician). I don't
drink, looking for an honest
and romantic lady, 46-56, mar-
riage minded.
NTR #1505 11/03
STRONG YET LOVING
SWPM, 42,5'6', 150 lbs, loves
to Swing dance and cook.
Strong, yet very loving, tender
and attentive. ISO SWF for LTR/
wife, 30-40, slim, N/S, np
drugs. Must love to laugh, flirt
with her man, touch and be
touched.
NTR #1542 11/03
FOREVER YOURS
Very attractive, SWM, 35,6', I.
blonde/green, active, great
morals, works evenings. Enjoys
sport, tennis, rollerblading.
Seeks attractive SWF, for a long
term monogamous relation-
Ship.
NTR #1536 11/03
THIS IS IT!
SWM, blue/bm, 37,165, very
romantic and sensitive, down
to earth. Likes walks on the
beach, movies, dining, and I
love to dance, very fun loving,
great sense of humor. ISO
someone with the same inter-
ests. Please call.
NTR #1369 10/27
CAPTAIN SEEKS MATE
SWM, an engineer that appre-
dates the arts. Enjoys sailing,
fine dining and the Dolphins.
Handsome, fit and secure,
seeks attractive SWF 36-46 for
LTR.
NTR #1248 10/20
SEEKING EXOTIC PRINCESS
SWPM, 45, attractive, healthy,
romantic, caring, financially
and
mentally secure, tots, oí fun.
ISO S/H/BF, romantic, affec-
tionaté, exotic for fun days, ro-
mantic nights and HR. l am the
one you always hope toméet.
Huggable and kissable a plus!
Will answer all.
NTR #1358 10/27
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Very attractive, model type SBF, 5'10", 140lbs,
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NTR #1581 10/21
OLDER GENTLEMAN
Separated from my wife and I
miss the loving, in the past 1
was playful and frisky. I want to
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NTR #1611 11/10
OLDER WOMEN ARE BETTER
Extremely attractive (really!), .
SWM, 6', 180lbs, 35yo, muscu-
lar, secure, adventurous, fun,
romantic, sensuous, intelli-
gent. Likes cooking, movies,
music, the beach. Seeks sexy,
attractive, very fit, older SWF
35-45. Lets go but and have -
fun. Ufe is too short.
NTR #1641 11/10
NOT UKE THE OTHERS
No games, no baggage, sin-
. cere, easy going, attractive
SWM, communicative, positive
thinking professional 51,6',
170 lbs. Enjoys restaurants,
movies, music, comedy, fésti-
vals and reading. ISO SWF, who
like me, is caring, trustworthy,
humorous and spiritual. Let's
enjoy together.
NTR #1504 11/03
DON'T MISS THIS
WPM, br/br, 5',11', very attrac-
tive, football build, romantic,
spontaneous, spiritual. Loves
fine dancing, weekend get-
aways, the beach, animals, and
cuddling at home. Looking for
attractive, slender woman, 25-
35 5'4' with no kids, who loves
to be adventurous and do the
same.
NTR #1636 11/10
DANCING COMPANION
Handsome WM, 60,6T, 210,
sexy with athletic build, good
personality. Enjoy dancing,
golfing, andthe beaqhes. Must
be average build, 35-60, out-
going, passionate and needing
tots of attention. Hope to -
meet you soon!
NTR #1366 10/27
IVORY SEEKS EBONY
I'm searching for the woman
who placed this ad: Ebony
seeks Ivory, you're 28,6', black,
articulate, classy, could be
model for black Barbie, your
NTR# was 9191. I'm the one
you're looking for.
NTR #1367 10/27
LOOKING FOR MARRIAGE
L/HM 37,57', 240lbs, enjoys
.fishing, camping, and golfing.
Romantic, fun loving, easy go-
ing, passionate. ISO lady with
similar interest who likes quiet
evenings, traveling. For friend-
ship first, maybe possible mar-
riage. She is to know what she
is looking for.
NTR #1212 10/20
THIS IS DIFFERENT
'She's pretty, but, she needs .
to lose weight.' Sound famil-
far? I'm a 40yo, SWM, teacher/
coach, who needs to drop a
few myself. Looking for SWF,
30-40, to workout with.
Friendship, or maybe a treas-
ure.
NTR #1139 10/20
SEXY ITALIAN
Italian man. 30's, 6', I80lbs,
short dark hair and brown
eyes. ISO attractive open mind-
ed lady for friendship and ad-
venture..;neéd moré? I'fri your
man. Own business in N.Y.
travel to Florida...intemet ro-
manee a possibility.
NTR #1657 11/10
CIRCLE THIS ONE
Me; new to Miami, 25,6', br/
br, attractive, fit, loyal, great
sense of humor, financially se-
cure. Enjoys music, travel, and
good conversation. Yod: 24-30,
straightforward, out going,
adventurous, and...surprise
me...
NTR #1373 10/27
REGULAR. REAL GUY
Been around enough to know
a few things, not hung up on
self, fit but no hunk, DWM, no
kids. ISO unpretentious, edu-
cated trim S/DWF for romancé
and commitment. Willing to
make the effort if you are.
Let's talk.' ‘
NTR #1494 11/03
ISO WARM WOMAN
Witty, sensitive, SBM seeks a
woman of any race, to share
bookstores, folk clubs, blues
bars, jazz, and intellect I play
guitar arid banjo, write stories
and poems, fight to change
the world. S. Broward and N.
Dade preferred.
NTR #1383 10/27
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NTR #1610 11/10
SERIOUS MINDED
romantic, SWJM, 34, slim, car-
ing, sharing, honest, lovable.
Erijoys-dinning, Jong walks, .
drives, romance, cuddling,
shopping, listening to music.
ISO romantic petite, caring fe-
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NTR #1631 *11/10
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of rare quality, intelligence,
beauty, easy going nature, and
heart pf gold sought by this
sincere, handsome WM, 40's.
NTR #1132 10/20
HANDSOME WITH HERPES
Fit, WPM, 38,6', blonde/blue,
seeks sexy, attractive, WPF, 30-
40; who enjoys outdoors, fine
dining, the beach, fun and
travel, for LTR.
NTR #1482 11/03
VERY OUT GOING
Attractive, sincere, down to
earth, SDWPM, 41. br/br, 5'11',
175lbs. Loves to work out,
comedy clubs, jazz, blues, fes-
tivals, boating, and travel. Seek-
ing SWPF, 32-42, attractive,
slim, intelligent with a sense of
humor.
NTR #1527 11/03
ROMANCE KEY
S Single
D.........Divorced
WW. Widowed
p. Professional
LTR. Long term relationship
A. Asian
H Hispanic
B African-American/Black
J Jewish
C. Christian
NA. Native American
W. White
F. ..:....Female
M Male
G. .......Gay
Bi Bisexual
IS0......ln search of
OBESE FEMALE WANTED!
Nice, quiet, kind hearted,
DWJM, 53, retired on disability
seeks a drug and disease free,
heavy or super heavy, W/H/AF,
200-900 lbs, for quiet romantic
evenings at home. Age and
looks unimportant.
NTR #1524 , 11/03
ROMANTIC. GENTLE, MAN
Gdod looking, intelligent, S/
DWPM, good sense of humor,
honest sincere, sensitive. ISO
sfim, fit, N/S, Southern lady,
38-48, old fashioned values,
beauty and brains, affection-
ate, passionate, kind and con-
siderate. For quiet, intimate
evenings, dining out, theatre,
movies, LTR.
NTR #1341 10/27
CANDLE IN.THE WINDOW
Me: SJPM, 46, brown hair/eyes,
enjoys bookstores. New York
Times, staying fit, romantic.
movies, walks on the beach.
You: S/DJPF, 30-45, who loves
to laugh and has music in her
heart, LTR, n/s.
NTR #1496 11/03
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
DWM, 55,6'3', 210 lbs. ISO
honest, intelligent, slim, at-
tractive female, uridér 40 for .
long term relationship, no
drugs, no disease.
NTR #1502 11/03
SUM BLACK FEMALE
Sincere, caring, DWM, 56,
smoker, non-drinkér. Likes
fishing, long drives, home life,
quiet, shy. Would like to share
life With BF; 40-55; who is look-
ing for a serious LTR. No jokers
or jerks. Would like to get mar-'
ried.
NTR #1484 11/03
COME FLY WITH ME!
Not a Millionaire, successful
businessman, sincere about
LTR. SWM. 47,5'8', 190, ex-Air
Forcé pitot 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 #1250 10/20
CAT-MAN-DO
DWM-55. Easy on the eyes,
trim, size 8, house broken..
Likes music, books, poetry, na-
ture, trips, quiet times. Adores
cats and motorcycles. I'm hon-
est,friendly, gentle, affection-
ate, and reliable. Looking for
similar. Let's talk. 45+.
NTR #1219 10/20
EUROPEAN GENTLEMAN
Wants to treat you like a
princess! Spend a nice roman-
tic evening with a 34 year old
man, emotionally and finan-
dally secure, adventurous,'
honest, athletic, good sense of
humor. Likes driving nice cars-
Ferrari, Rolls. Call me.
NTR #1357 10/27
ISO SPIRITAUAL SWF
42 SWPM, 6'2', blonde/blue.
ISO healthy, spiritual SWF who
enjoys life and has the energy
to participate in it! I enioy sail-
ing, music, dancing, walks, talks
and sodal causes.'
NTR #1121 10/20
SINCERE PHYSICIAN
SJM, medical doctor, sincere,
and honest Enjpys fine din-
ning, sports, travel, antiques,
and spending quality time with
family and friends. Seeks SJF,
34-39 for LTR. All calls an-
swered.
NTR #1649 11/10
MARRIAGE MINDED
52yo, male, good health, 6'1’,
dark hair, blue eyes. Looking
for serious relationship. I want
to meet a pretty lady, 35-50,
5'5', or taller. Let's talk.
NTR #1513 11/03
HANDSOME.BUSINESSMAN
SWM, 40, athletic, passionate,
sensitive, seeks beautiful phys-
ically fit woman who enjoys
quiet weekends on the beach,
moonlight walks, candlelit din-
ners and life's simple pleas-
ures. v
NTR #1232 10/20
HELP
Are there any attractive, out-
going, and intelligent women
in South Florida? Are you inter-
ested in other things besides
money? SWPM just moved
from Orlando. 32yo, dean cut
good looking, intelligent, ath-
letic, outgoing, sincere and
down to earth, seeks same.
Love outdoor activities, music,
dandng, and dubbing.
NTR #1361 10/27
WANTED...
One good hearted woman,
with a warm smile and a gentle
soul. Me? 38yo, Hawaiian/Chi-
nese male, 5'5',.l35lbs. Enjoys
romantic evening, walks on the
beach, traveling, and photog-
raphy ISO SWF, all natural,
short and petite for friendship,
LTR.
NTR #1660 11/10
CLASSY
DWP, 50,6'8', 170lbs, N/S, SO-
dal drinker, healthy and happy
with a young mind. J enjoy ten-
nis, biking, me beach, arts,
dance. Looking for a special
person, intelligent, dassy, ac-
tive, and fun for LTR. Commu-
nicatioms very important.
NTR #1377 10/27
BESAME MUCHO
SWPM, 43, single father, at-
tractive, well built, fun loving, '
easy going, passionate and
musical. ISO-SHF, 30-45, who
loves to enjoy life, music, art,
the beach, good conversation
and quiet times.
NTR #1626 11/10
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be spoiled.
NTR #1159 10/20
SEEKS BROWN SUGAR
Nice looking. 58. DWPM, fit,
spiritual, educated, adventur-
ous, financially and emotionally
secure with varied interests.
ISO slender, attractive, BF,
under 49. for dining, dancing,
romantic travel ana a long
term relationship with possible
future.
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NTR#1258 10/20
FIREMAN NEEDS RESCUE
By young woman willing to be
loved. DWM, 41 yo, athletic,
very active, scuba diver, loves
biking, softball, tennis, and
walking on Hollywood Beach,
but mostly talking with some-
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SWF.
NTR #1488 11/03
SINCERE GENTLEMAN
SWM, 47, ISO woman who is
honest, sincere and interested
in sharing my life. My interest
includemovies, dinning out
concerts, and the good things
in life. I'm a professional coun-
selor, I have a warm personality
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NTR #1583 10/21
YOUR ANGEL
Compassionate man, wise,
spiritual, loving, peaceful
.strong, sensitive, youthful 44,
5'11', trim, SWPM wants to
share love and life with a
sweet, natural, slim, attractive,
spiritual, religious woman, W/
A/H, 20-40 who has the heart
of an angel!
NTR #1625 11/10
TANTRIC JOURNEY
European male offers tantric
journey. Total experience of
the mind, body, and soul. The
ultimate trip..:no plane ticket
required, no luggage neces-
sary, air miles not included. .
Please call pilot for details.
NTR #1582 10/21
HOT CHOCOLATE
I'm a professional, attractive,
40yo. 6', 195lbs. healthy, hon-
est, intelligent, tender, and at-
tractive. Enjoys travel, dining,
movies, and events. Seeking
down to earth, N/S, sexy fe-
male, 21 -40 to share quality
time. Dark complexion a plus.
NTR #1363 10/27
SEEKING AN EXOTIC
BSF, 30-42, athletic, gorgeous,
bright, adventurous, sexy,
loves to laugh. I'm 45.6'2',
190lbs, Jewish/Italian, intelli-
gent, romantic, successful. N/
S, N/D, new to Broward. Enjoy
sports, boating, travel, skiing,
auto-racing, music Let's talk.
NTR #1387 10/27
ENJOY LIFE WITH ME Young
early 40's, attractive, SWPM,
6'1', 180, caring, passionate,
witty, sincere, open minded,
down to earth. Enjoys dining,
dandng, concerts, movies,
theater, swimming, comedy,
quiet romantic evenings. ISO
similar, positive, easy going,
sensual, shapely SPF 30's-50's,
LTR.
NTR #1135 10/20
CHIU WITH ME
SBM, handsome, nice build, 20,
sporting a goatee, college stu-
dent. 5'10', 185lbs, open
minded, and sense or humor.
Seeking nice, sexy, SB/WF, be-
tween 20-26, with same char-
acteristics, to chill and unwind
with on weekends, away from
school. Broward.
NTR #1483 11/03
ALL THIS AND MORE!
Dance, travel, theater, good
music, sports, gambling, art
festivals, concerts, cruises, can
all be yours If you're 25-45.
mature and can win the heart
of this retired DJM.
NTR #1627 11/10
LIFE IS TOO SHORT
Its time wé meet. Attractive,
fun loving, down to earth SJM.
6'2\ 230lbs, who enjoys trav-
eling, movies, gardening, na-
ture, animals, and good com-
municatton. Seeking pretty
lady, 30's to 40's for friendship
fun, and romance.
NTR #1353 10/27
LOOKS AND PERSONALITY
Handsome Jewish/Italian, 46,
6’1', athletic, entrepreneurial,
with great sense of humor.
You'll never meet a guy like me
in a bad N/S, N/D. Seeking 32-
43yo, lady beautiful inside and
outl No disappointments.
NTR #1388 10/27
IMPATIENTLY WAITING
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 #1510 11/03
OLDER SEEKS YOUNGER
Trim, 58yo, blue eyed, adven-
turous, SWM. Seeks thin, skin-
ny, 22yo model type, look alike
to Jennifer Love or Kate Moss
and Heidi Klum. I'm financially
secure and want to travel, have
fun, and dine out with you.
NTR #1462 10/21
LOVE TO DANCE?
Swing, latín, disco, movies, out-
doors, museums, etc. Love the
above? Warm, humorous, out
going gentleman seeks that
special dance partner, between
25-50, under 125lbs, with the
energy, and desire, to dance
her life awaty. Learn new steps ;
and practice during the week.
Show off at clubs on the week-
end. Lets have,some fun.
NTR #1644 11/10
HONESTY
6', 235lbs, former professional
athlete/coach, blue eyes, dark
hair. Likes Harleys, the movies,
N/S, no drugs. ISO relativelY at-
tractive person, proportionate,
athletic, moderate drinker.
Someone who wants to be
me, not someone who needs
to be with me.
NTR #1255 10/20
SPIRITUAL HEDONIST
Seeks 40ish woman for dia-
logue, dance, music, poetry
and road trips w/o baggage.
Must love your life, your
friends, your job, and still be
able to be pleasantly surprised
by the universe.
NTR #1537 11/03
OUAUTY MAN
Hello you have found someone
special. I'm 5'8',142lbs., 72
years young, and retired. I have
blue eyes and brown hair.
Great dancer, don't drink or
smoke, and seek the same.
Lower Broward. Please call so
we can get together.
NTR #1543 11/03
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NTR #1381 10/27
HERE’S MY OFFER
A fun loving, open minded,
growing, free communicative,
loving, spiritual, romantic, to-
getherness SJM, 51,5'11',
seeks very pretty, petite, sien-
der female. 30-49, for an un-
ending beginning.
NTR #1545 11/03
ASIAN LOVELIES
43yo Italian, professional, salt
and pepper hair, diverse inter-
est enjoy movies, dancing /
sports church. Looking for a
woman to fulfill my dreams.
Asian women a plus. Palm
Beach and Broward.
NTR #1544 11/03
ROSES ARE RED...
Violets are blue. I'm the one
for you. SWM, 55, smoker,
looking to spend life with
someone special. ISO a trust-
worthy, honest woman 5'7' or
taller, to enjoy movies, and
walks along the beach. I'm a
nice guy to be with.
NTR #1379 10/27
IF YOU BEUEVE
That there is still someone out
there for you lets meet. SBPM,
40, educated, successful, 5'9\
I35lbs. Seeking SPWF, 25-42,
N/S, 125-145lbs, down to earth
who enjoys fine wine, dining
out, jazz, and the arts.
NTR #1386 10/27
NICE FRIENDLY GUY
Attractive SHM, 27, likes physi-
cal fitness, internet surfing,
golf, etc. I'm 6', physically fit
with brown eyes and hair.
Seeks SWF, 18-30, N/S, with
good morals for LTR.
NTR #1467 10/21
MUST LOVE JESUS
Handsome, professional, SBM,
great cook, 49,6'2', 205lbs.
Seeks tall, slim, attractive worn-
en, for friendship/marriage. I
enjoy church, dinning, travel,
plays, and the beaches. Look-
ing for a woman who shares
similar interests and ministry
minded. Race unimpor- '
tant...your love for Jesus-is.
NTR #1345 10/27
SMART WOMAN/SHORT SKIRT
Music professional, (Richard
Gere-ish), seeks slim, spiritual,
smiling, articulate, sexy, uto-
pian passion-artist/professional
with smart emotions and a tal-
entfor making optimism in-
triguing.
NTR #1260 10/20
AGREATCATCH
Articulate gentleman, with a
good sense of humor, smart,
independent, incurable ro-
mantle, intuitive, a great kisser,
affectionate, passionate about
life and love. Seeks S/DJPW, N/
S. 35-45, feminine, attractive,
cerebral, emotionally available,
with similar values.
NTR #1624 11/10
AEROBIC OUEEN
to body building goddess.
SWPM, br/bl; 5'10*. athletic
build. Searching for SWF, age
25-35, n/s, tall, intelligent,
spontaneous, with a sense of
humor. For dating, diners in/
out, sporting events, possible
LTR. Brunettes are a pius. Ft.
lauderdaie to jupiter. All ads
answered.
NTR #1506 11/03
SUM ’N’ TRIM
Mature 'libra' widower, N/S
guy, ultra uninhibited. I rest,
dress, dance, chase jazz, and in
general 'live!' (no mere
'exister be I)! ISO petite sea-
soned lass for soulmate, LTR to
marriage perhaps! I bring no
baggage!
NTR #1516 11/03
HEAVEN ON EARTH
Handsome man, 50. looks and.
acts younger, desires spiritual
type woman. 35-45, slender,
no kids for meaningful, long
lasting relationship. All an-
swered.
NTR #1590 10/21
HORSING AROUND
Looking for a nice, petite fe-
male who likes animals, I am a
horse trainer. Seeking compa-
ny of someone who has a lot
of time on their harids.
NTR #1518 11/03
L’AMOUR EST MAGNIFIOUE
Romantic, 50, handsome,
world-travelled, sophisticated,
warm Frenchman ISO SF, 30-
50, educated, to share kisses,
moonlight sailing, savoring ex-
quisite food and wine, gazing
at the stars in your eyes, and
weekend trips to Paris for true
relationsbip/friendship.
NTR #1364 10/27
PROFESSIONAL MALE
I am an executive, sucessfull,
40yo, blue eyed, tall, slim,
handsome, fit warm, loving
and dependable. You are 21-
40, stunning, adventurous, sin-
cere, sports, cloths, vacation
minded, and would like to ex-
plore the universe with me.
NTR #1390 10/27
GODDESS WANTED
Extremely attractive, success-
ful, and kind gentleman. Seeks
drop dead gorgeous mod.el
without the attitude. For pas-
sionate, intelligent, and spiri-
tual relationship.
NTR #1623 11/10
PERFECT MAN 30’S
SWPM. 38, tall, athletic, hand-
some. Enjoys health spa, mu-
sic, and movies. Seeks very at-
tractive, female 20-40, with
corhmon interest.
NTR #1495 11/03
RUD1
The one special woman I seek
to partner with me? Happy,
spontaneous, successful, ad-
venturous, creative, incurable,
romantic who is tall, nice look-
ing a young 50. who enjoys
candlelight, fine places, hot
tubs, and life.
NTR #1372 10/27
BIKING TO THE BEACH
SWM, 36,6'. 180lbs., N/S. never
been married. Attractive
(really!), outgoing, romantic,
spontaneous, atnietic, out-
doors type, FAU grad, avid cy-
clist Seeks sexy SWF 30-40.
NTR #1129 10/20
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Mature, slender, SWPM, physi-
cally fit, jovial, sensitive, crea- .
tive, who enjoys theatre, music
and travel. Seeking SWF with
.similar tastes to share art ex-
citing lifestyle of romance and
adventure.
NTR #1470 10/21
HARLEY RIDER
SWCM 45,5'10', 200 lbs, home-
owner, financially secure. Non-
smoker, non-drinker, stable.
Enjoys church, fishing, camp-
ing, SCUBA, and weight lifting.
ISO an unincumbered tall,
shapely, Dolly Parton type lady
for commitment.
NTR #1119 10/20
FUN AND ROMANCE
Educated, 48, SWPM, self em-
ployed, financially and emo-
tionally secure. Seeking, at-
tractive, SF, 25-48, who loves
adventure, the beach, travel,
nature, and just being yourself.
This could be your first and last
call.
NTR #1618 11/10
MUSICAL MATE
SWM, 40, cyte, sweet, fit, edu-
cated, interested in the arts
and spirituality. ISO SF 30-40
with similar interests. I enjoy
fun and honest conversation,
quiet evenings, travel, fitness,
all kinds of music and Cultural
events. ISO quality friendship
and more with right woman
who wants to grow together.
NTR #1503 11/03
SO. BROWARD LOTTO
Only one lucky winner! Prize to
be awarded is a SWJM, NS/ND,
5'8', 170lbs, fit, and active.
Likes the beach, movies,
sports, gym, theatre. Winner
should be petite, good look-
ing. funny, and warm.
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36yo, 5'5', blue/green eyes,
brown hair. I want to meet a
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have a big heart, I'm honest,
and very sweet. Call me.
NTR #1374 10/27
YOU BE IT
SWM, 27. fun, silly, educated,
full time student and full time
hard worker. Looking to make
time for the right one. You be
it.
NTR #1247 10/20
COOD/BADGIRL
Y3K compliant, supremely
complex intelligent extrater-
restrial, trim, athletic, 6'4',
challenging, strangely hand-
some unknown genius writer.
Seeks extraordinary fun with
sexy tong legged, semi-trust-
worthy beauty 26-37 multi-de-
pendable counterpart. Brilliant,
desirable, and talented de-
scribes us. A complicated ar-
tistic creation of secured lust
and brave heart love.
NTR #1655 . 11/10
A GOOD MAN
SWM, 60yo, semi-retired, 6'2',
200lbs. Enjoys cooking, sports,
movies, the outdoors, travel
and life. ISO optimistic and up-
beat lady, 35-50, who enjoys
tiie same things I do. If you can
cook a good pot roast I might
even get married again.
NTR #1529 11/03
EXCLUSIVE INVITATION
Handsome secure, distin-
guished SWM, 58, height and
weight proportionate, re-
quests the pleasure of your
company If you are a SWF, 5'6*
or under, N/S, very attractive,
trim, discriminating, with style
and class, and desire an envi-
able lifestyle. Please call, seri-
ous replies only.
NTR #1507 11/03
LOVE AVAILABLE
PWM, handsome, 6', 175lbs,
searching for extraordinary
'Sade' like soulmate. B/WF 40-
50,5'7'-6', 120-130lbs, dark
haired beauty, who enjoys
hanging out, the blues/jazz,
dancing, kids, cooking, open-
minded conversations. Some-
one who has experienced the
life and makes love meaning-
ful.
NTR #1362 10/27
CALL NOW..OR ELSE
Good looking, healthy, tall, fun-
ny, athletic, well built, Jewish
vegetarian, yoga teacher, chi-
ropractor, 50, loves nature and
natural things. ISO beautiful,
healthy, slender female, 30-50
to share love and friendship.
NTR #1356 10/27
THE GOOD UFE
Could be yoursl Former lotto
winner ISO you, a 25-50, ma-
ture female. Can you,make me
happy or satisfy my needs. I will
take care of you. Older man
wants LTR, travel, sports, danc-
ing and the good life with you!
NTR #1531 11/03
100% TRUTHFUL AD
Attractive, athletic, down to
earth, 30. SWM, 5'9', 170lbs,
Br/BI, with sense of humor and
values. Seeks attractive, petite,
SW/HF, no dubbing, 20's for
initial friendship, with possible
LTR.
NTR #1635 11/10
AMERICAN-ARGENTINEAN
41 (looks, 40), 5'9', 155lbs, ath-
letic, slim build, ex-model.
Seeks pretty/cute female, 20's-
30's, nice figure, affectionate.
NTR #1461 10/21
WHAT DO YOU SEEK? L,
Handsome, young looking,
42yo, DHM, 6'. 188lbs. Athletic,
european looking, tan, tong
hair, high morals/values. Quiet,
confident, selective, outgoing.
Seeks attractive, trim, athletic,
shapely, slim/medium SF. N/S,
no kids, calm yet playful dis-
position, 26-42, for LTR.
NTR #1220 10/20
CAPTAIN NEEDS CO-CAPTAIN
Very attractive, young 42, mus-
cular, educated, sexy, success-
ful Captain/helicopter pitot, N/
S, 6', 190. Likes tennis, animals,
the beach and happy hour. ISO
attractive, fit, fun SF, N/s¿ for
LTR.
NTR #1525 11/03
OLDER WOMAN WANTED
Natural man, white, 58,5'8',
br/blue, stocky with beard. ISO
full figured, natural woman,
58-68, smart, funny, for
friend/lover.
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SONDHEIM
A Musical Entertainment
AhuvuC (on 3s U 7K«4ic*t
December 31.1999
9:00 pm
Optional 3-Course Dinner* at 7:00 pm
//
Coral Springs Oty Centre
285S Coral Springs Drive
Coral Springs, FL 33065
'Dinner must be purchased
through the box office.
Box Office
954-344-5990
TicketMaster
954-523-3309
SUPER GEEK
Progressive, socially res pon-
stole 39. SWPM, 6'2'. in good
shape, desires to meet attrac-
tive, intelligent SF with sense
of humor who hates walking
on the beach. Any appreciation
of arta plus!
NTR #1622 11/10
TENNIS AND MORE
SWJPM, 47, N/S, N/D, athletic,
educated, down to earth,
good listener, witty. Enjoys
comedy, movies, concerts,
theater, fishing, working out.
ISO N/S, intelligent, sincere,
considerate JF, 37-46, with
sense of humor and similar
interests for LTR.
NTR #1246 10/20
Men
Seeking Men
TENDER HEARTED
Passionate GWPM, 54, open,
honest, optimistic, masculine,
quiet, gentle, loving and lov-
able. Enjoys tong walks, gym,
dancing, romantic candlelight,,
and friends. Seeking life loving
lover, 35-53, to touch my heart
and soul.
NTR #1376 10/27
SEEKING ASIAN FRIEND
Prof SGWM in WPB, 47.6*4'.
240, btonde/green. Seeking
Asian friend, any age. I enjoy
arts, entertaining, theater, din-
ing, travel. YoCi enjoy the same
and don't mind being spoiled.
Friends first. Let's connect.
NTR #1213 10/20
IN SEARCH OF MAN
GWM, 6'. I80lbs, 37yo, buzzed
head, hairy, HIV+, smoker. I en-
joy the simple pleasures in life, -
walks in the park, rollerblading,
eating out, and spending time
with friends.
NTR #1234 10/20
NEED UFE PARTNER
46yo GWM, 150lbs, BI/BI, HIV+,
smoker, classic Leo. Tired Of at-
titude, bars. Desire someone
witty, intelligent, sense of hu-
mor, extroverted. Movies, din-
ing, traveling, quiet evenings.
North Lauderdale near beach.
Lot of love for the right per-
son.
NTR #1538 11/03
NEW BEAR IN TOWN
SGW bear seeking W/H bear for
walks on the beach, good
times out I'm 6'4', 250lbs, ad-
venturesome and outgoing.
Seeking 32-48, honest caring
person for friendship first then
devilishly good times to follow.
NTR #1584 10/21
SEEKING SPECIAL ONE
GWM, br/bl, 34,5'10', HIV*,
but very healthy, 160lbs with
decent build, old fashion and a
hopeless romantic. Seeking the
same in a responsible and hon-
est GM, for possible LTR.
NTR #1237 10/20
BEHIND THE AD
Anything can be written, com-
municatton is real. Attractive,
young looking, 52yo, GWPM.
Seeks younger gay male who
enjoys life, laughtér, and love.
For LTR.
NTR #1530 11/03
HOT HAPPY HONEST
55,5'5', 165lbs., hairy chest,
chunky and cute. Seeks hot,
happy, honest man. 45-65 for
possible LTR. Enjoy romance,
music, dining, and theater.
Hairy bear and boxers a plus.
West Palm area.
NTR #1481 11/03
I LOVE FUR
If you are a hairy man, you
have got an admirer. GWM, 40,
160lbs., brn/bm, masculine,
physically and emotionally fit.
I'm sincere and passionate with
variety of Interests. You: hairy,
sincere, smoke and drug free.
For friendship or more. Ft.
Lauderdale area.
NTR #1612 11/10
JAMAICAN MALE
42,5'10', 170, in shape, ma-
ture, professional, health con-
sdous. ISO other Caribbean
males, with similar attributes
for friendship. Not into bars,
clubs, no smoker/drinker. Re-
spond only if serious.
NTR #1239 10/20
FEEUN* A LITTLE WILD?
Check out the Wild Side for
some personals with a little
more spice. You can also place
your own FREE ad in this new
section of the paper. So go on
- let us take you for a walk on
the Wild Side!
SEEKS PROFESSIONAL
Masculine WM, 40's, 6'2', 190
lbs., brown halr/brown eyes,
HIV-, n/s with many interests.
ISO PGWM/HM, 35-50 for
friendship and possible LTR.
NTR #1131 10/20
GAY WHITE MALE
53yo, 5'7', I53lbs, blonde/
blue, smoker. Enjoys quiet
times, dining, beaches, movies,
theatre, and dancing. Seeking
SWM, 53-60, smoker, for
friends and LTR.
NTR #1375 10/27
ACTIVE SEEKS PASSIVE
WM, 36,6'2', 185, masculine,
seeks GM, up to 45, for pos-
sible LTR with the right guy. No
drugs, prefer men with darker
hair. Seeks sincere responses.
NTR #1233 10/20
MASCUUNE MAN WANTED
SWGM is looking for a SWBiM. If
you love sports and are in need
of TLC let me take you out of
the fast lane and bring you
into lovers lane.
NTR #1616 11/10
ARE YOU PASSIVE?
SWM. 45,6'2', 190lbs, very fit
looking for a man 30-60, x-
dresser o.k. For fun and
games, possible LTR.
NTR #1389 10/27
ESCAPE TO THE MOVIES
with New Times Romance! Join
us at Del Moro's restaurant on
the 2nd floor of The Escape at
Las Olas Riverfront on Tuesday,
10/19, to receive tots of
goodies! Bring a friend, be-
cause when you place a new
Romance ad, you'll receive a
complimentary pass for 2 to
the special screening of 'Body
Shots' at the Regal Las Olas! Call
for details- 233-1552!
ROCK, RAUNCHY, SEA, B.O.
GWM, 36,6', 175, healthy/neg-
ative, versatile, masculine, /
quiet, Greek oriented, artistic.
ISO similar W/HGM, 25-41, no
shaved legs, dgs, heavy part-
ners, fashion queens or
republicans! Slim-muscular,
natural, funny, grungy but in-
telligent.
NTR #1109 10/20
ROMANCE KEY
s:
...Single
D
...Divorced
ww..
....Widowed
p.
...Professional
LTR...
...Longterm relationship
A
...Asian
H
...Hispanic
B......
..African-American/Black
J
Jewish
C
..Christian
NA....
...Native American
W.
..White
F..;....
.Female
M
..Male
G
..Gay
Bi
..Bisexual
ISO
...In search of
UNFORGETTABLE!
Handsome, muscular, 40's,
5'10'
, 190, with big heart.
good conversationalist, many
varied interests. Hope to con-
nectwith a masculine, honest,
sincere, caring person, 35-50,
who knows what it takes to
cultivate a real relationship. N/
S, N/D. Take a chance, call.
NTR #1526 11/03
CARING LOYAL FRIEND
Masculine, Bi/GWM, 5'10', 180,
hairy chest, muscular, HIV-, 40
something, ISO Bi/GWM, age
unimportant. Likes workouts,
the beach, walks, movies, cud-
dling, intelligent conversation.
Good looking is a plus.
NTR #1130 10/20
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 #1125 10/20
ITS A FRIGHTENING
time of year to be atone. Nice
positive guy doesn't want to
be atone for the holidays.
Healthy, stable, fit, tall, and
good looking, early 40's - that's
me. Masculine, passionate,
physically fit, attractive, stable,
and sincere - that's you?
NTR #1617 11/10
TEMPTING TASTY TREAT
That's what you'll find at The
Melting Pot in Coral Springs!
Join us Thursday, October 28
to place your new Romance
ad, meet other eligible singles,
delight in a delicious chocolate
fondue and be entered Into a
drawing for New Year's Eve
tickets at the Coral Springs City
Center! For more details, see
our ad or call 954-233-1552!
THE
NEW TIMES
DATING
CONNECTION
TO ANSWER
ROMANCE ADS CALL
1.900.884.0321
$1.99 per minute.
New Times Broward *Palm Beach October 14-20,1999 93


HISPANIC PARTNER
WM, masculine, sincere and af-
fectionate, 40's, 5'11', 165lbs,
HIV-, br/blue. Enjoys outdoors,
weekend getaways, quiet
times at home. ISO masculine
HM, any age, who is realtion-
ship minded to share new act-
ventures and LTR.
NTR #1632 11/10
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Advertisers: don't forgettp
leave a personal gréeting for m
your ad. To do so, dial 1 -888-
286-3915 and follow the
prompts! Respondents want
to hear your voice, and you
can't retrieve your messages
without it!
SPECIALSPECIALSPECIAL
This week only! Gall us before
4pm next Tuesday for any call-
ing card, and we will double
the amount you purchase!
That means if you buy 10 min-
utes, you'll get 20, buy 20,
you'll get 40 and so on...
So, go ahead! Double your fun!
We can't wait to hear from
you!
HI!
GWM, 29yo; 5'5\155lbs, teddy
bear. I seek a friendship with a
GWM, 40-67, who is sweet, ar- |
ticulate, and...spontaneous. I'm
an excellent chef and enjoy
quiet nights at home catering
to you!
NTR #1384 10/27
I'M A FRIENDLY GUY
36yo, 5'8', I50lbs, brown eyes
and dark hair Latin male, HIV*.
Looking for someone to talk to
and have nice romantic even-
ings with. Any area. Any race,
35-45,
NTR #1227 10/20
MAKE IT HAPPEN
CM, nice looking,:5'11\ 160,
easy going, 38, down to earth,
positive outlook on life, gpod
sense of humor, open minded,
enjoys music, movies, travel-
ing, outdoor activities, tennis, a
little of everything. Interested.
in a friendship, possible LTR.
Ages 18-50. Let's get together
and take a chance.
NTR #1235 10/20
EMOTIONALLY
and financially healthy, mascu-
line man, 69, 6', 165lbs, lean
and muscular. Enjoys varied in-
terestand hobbies. Looking for
a fun loving, stable, caring
mérito share this wonderful
world with. -
NTR #1662 11/10
LOVE BYTES!
...on our New Times Romance
Website! Visit us at
romance@newtimesbpb.com
to browse hundreds of ads
and to place your own 40 word
ad for free!
STOP BY TODAY!
LET'S START SOMETHING
GWM 38,6'3', 195lbs, healthy
HIV+, looking for down to
earth, sincere, honest, stable,
GWM to date and possible LTR.
Interest include beaching, bik-
ing, movies, dinning out etc.
NTR #1253 10/20
MATURE SEEKING YOUNGER
SWM, 66,5'10' 150 lbs, healthy
seeking SWM 25-45, good atti-
tude muscular proportioned,
trim physique, LTR, who needs
physical mental admiration.
NTR #1637 11/10
LETS CROW OLD TOGETHER
50, GWM, HIV-,.6'3", 190, hon-
est, sincere, happy;with great
sense of humor, looking to
meet similar guy for a healthy,
long term, relationship. Lets
have coffee.
NTR #1648 11/10
LONELY IN PGA
GWM, 50,5'5', 146IPS. Enjoys
.the beach, music, movies, life,
fun and the outdoors. Seeking
a sincere, humorous, happy
male. For friendship and pos-
sibleLTR, 40+. ^
NTR #1486 11/03
Women
Seeking Women
FEMALE ISO FEMALE
Love wanted, attractive,
sensual, SWF, 5 ( 4', 115 lbs., .
.blonde, blue eyes, Country gal
from NC. ISO woman of my
dream to have good conver-
sations; share intimate times.
ISO mostly for butch woman to
play the dominant role, sh,e
can also befemininé. I am!
I prefer the butch type.
NTR #1520 11/03
ESCAPE TO THE MOVIES
with New Times Romance! Join,
us at Del Moro's restaurant on :
the-2nd floor of The Escape at
Us Olas Riverfront on Tuesday,
.10/19, to receive lots of
goodies! Bring a friend, be-
cause when you place a new
Romance ad, you'll receive a
complimentary pass for 2 to
the special screening of 'Body
Shots' at the Regal Las Olas! Call
for details -233-1552!
CHECK THIS OUT
29yo SBF, Bi, seeking the
same...All bi's please reply.
NTR #1111 10/20
HOT APPLE PIE
GWF, 5'5', blonde/blue. Enjoys
life and outdoor activities. ISO
soft butch, 36-42, no drama,
to share friendship, laughter,
and endless possibilities.
NTR #1509 11/03
GOOFY
Tall GWF, independent yet
loves company of. others,
friendly yet shy, funny and am-
bittous. Love quiet romantic
times as well as outdoor activ-
¡ties: and you. Tall, sane, fun,
N/S.
NTR #1444 10/27
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Advertisers: don't forget to
leave a personal greeting for
your ad. To do so, dial 1 -888- ,
286-3915 and follow the
prompts! Respondentswant
to.hear your voice, and Vou
can't retrieve your messages
without it!
I'M NOT GAY...
But I'm very Bi and attractive.
WF, 47,tall, thin, and physically
fit Feminine and fun. Anxious
to meet similar female for
friendship and more. NE Bro-
ward area. Tell me a little about
you too!
NTR #1241 10/20
PRETTY BRUNETTE
SGWF, 32, long brown hair,
green eyes, feminine, attrac-
tive, stable. Seeking a pretty '
SWF, feminine, under 35. Lire is |
what you make it. Joy, passion,
creativity, knowledge, trust, in :
dividuality, yet togetherness.
"I'm for real, are you?
NTR #1157 10/20
ANGEL AWAITS
34yo, SWPF, Italian, long curly
black hair, animal lover, attrac-
tive, and sexy. Looking for
feminine female who's very
good with children,28-40, for .
fun, adventure, and friendship.
Social drinker, N/D, smoker o.k.
Let's start as friends to see
what develop. |
NTR #1514 11/03
SOMEONE SPIRITED
SGWF seeking GW/H/AF for
walks on the beach, candle-
light, wicca rituals. I'm 27,5'3',
130lbs. You're 25-38, height/
weight not as important as a
Tionest, caring nature. Let's ex-
plore our interest together.
Serious replies only please.
NTR #1585 10/21
WILL FATE SMILE
GWHF, 49yo, 129lbs, fit, ro-'
mantic. ISO a friend to enjoy
movies, dinner, and great con-
versation. Hopefully this might
lead to a long term relation-
ship. Then the angels will smile
and love will have taken its
course. Call me! NO bi's/smok-
ers.
NTR #1519 11/03
MAGICAL & MYSTICAL
is the spell you cast with
Romance! Want to wear some
spellbinding stones for the
season? Stop by Argenti De-
signer Jewelers in the Las Olas
Riverfrontto place a FREE~40- '
word Romance ad and be en?
tered into a drawing to take
home dazzling jewels! Call 954-
233-1552 for more details!
FEEUN'A LITTLE WILD?
Check out the Wild Side for
some personals with a little
more spice. You can also place
yourowrr FREE ad in this new
section of the paper. So go on
- let us take you for a walk on
the Wild Side!
JUST UKE CHOCOLATE
SBF, 34,5'8', full figured
(Latifah structure). ISO femme
or very soft butch female, for
friendship, companionship and
to have fun. N/D, social drinker
or smoker O.K. 28-40, race un-
important.
NTR #1619 11/10
TEMPTING TASTY TREAT
That's what you'll find at The
Melting Pot in Coral Springs!
Join us Thursday, October 28
to place your new Romance
ad, meet other eligible singles,
delight in a delicious chocolate
fondue and be entered into a
drawing for New Year's Eve
tickets at the Coral Springs City
Center! For more details, see
our ad or call 954-233-1552!
FEM SEEKS BUTCH
Searching for intelligent, N/S,
freaky, butch to handle strong
willed, 6', 31 yo, SW red head.
No bi's.
NTR #1346 10/27
FEMALE ISO FEMALE
SWF, 22yo, 57', 128lbs, at-
tractive, feminine. Iso sporty
female, 25-30, who has a great
personality. For fun times,
dancing, romantic walks on the
beach, good conversation.
NTR #1656 11/10
EXCITING AND FUN LOVING
WJbiF, 60+, brunette, petite
and passionate/ISO WJbiF, 55+,
for friendship and great times.
Must like men.
NTR #1638 11/10
PASSIONATE POET
GWF, 31,5'6', 125lbs, athletic,
attractive, honest, creative, sin-
cere, independent woman;-ISO
attractive, feminine, stable,
spiritual woman, ages 26-39,
I'm looking fora woman who
loves life and has the ability to
laugh at herself.
NTR #1164 10/13
SPECIALSPECIALSPECIAL
This week only! Call us before
4pm next Tuesday for any call-
ing card, and we will double
the amount you purchase!
That means if you buy 10 min-
utes, you'll get 20, buy 20,
you'll get 40 and so on,..
So, go ahead! Double your fun!
We can't wait to hear from
you!
FIRST TIME AD
WF, 30yo, professional, down
to earth, introspective, attrac-
tive, very feminine, slightly
over weight but well propor-
tioned. Enjoys the arts, films,
and friends. Seeking profes-
sional creative, feminine at-
tractive woman, 29-38, with a
great sense of humor. Non
smoker.
NTR #1658 11/10
Just
Friends
ATTRACTIVE AND FUN LOVING
SJF, 5'2', brown hair, hazel
eyes, very cute, adventurous,
passionate, and a great sense
of humor. Looking for a hon-
ést; sincere, JM, 35-48yo, N/S,
taller than 6'1'.
NTR #1343 10/27
ESCAPE TO THE MOVIES
with New Times Romance! Join
us at Del Moro's restaurant on
the 2nd floor of The Escape at
Las Olas Riverfront on Tuesday,
10/19, to receive lots of
goodies! Bring a friend, be-
cause when you place a new
Romance ad, you'll receive a
complimentary pass for 2 to
the special screening of 'Body
Shots' at the Regal Las Olasl Call
for details-235-1552!
WEEKEND PLAYMATE.
SWF, 43, brown hair, brown
eyes, busy, independent, hon-
est, down to earth. Likes riding
motorcycles, dancing, walks on
the beach. ISO affectionate,
weekend playmate. Harley is a
plus.
NTR #1441 10/27
SPECIALSPECIALSPECIAL
This week only! Call us before
4pm next Tuesday for any calF
ing card, and we will double
the amount you purchase!
That means if you buy 10 min-
utes, youm get 20, huy 20,
you'll get 40 and so on...
So, go ahead! Double yoürfuri!
We can'twaitto hearfrom
you!
BUSINESS OWNER
Single, white, 50, fit, financially
secure with everything to give
a single petite female under
40.
NTR #1371 10/27
NOT READY FOR ROMANCE?
Not everyone is. Hey, that
whole commitment thing can
be pretty scary. So start out
slow-just friends.
Then who knows...
Place your free 40-word ad to-
day and start filling that little
black book with lots of new
numbers. You can never have
too many friends! .
NEW IN FLORIDA
I am a WM 40yo, black hair,
5'10', new in Florida, seeking
WF, 28-45, any status, for cas-
ual relationship (honestly no
commitments). So if you want
someone new call me. %
NTR #1640 11/10
HELP
Young professional with par-
ent with cancer, seeks young
adults in similar situation, 25-
35, to form social arid support.
groups.
NTR #1535. 11/03
LOVE SONGSAND US
This 50+, 6'T, blue eyed male,
wants to serenade you and
sing your favorite love songs.
Between songs you'll be in the
spotlight with TLC.
NTR #1485 11/03
40 PLUS GENTLEMAN
Considerate and condescend-
ing requested by assertive ma-
ture woman. Must be secure,
respectful, and value privacy.
Quality time possible. N/&. so-
dal drinker.
NTR #1533 11/03
HI DANCE PARTNER
This energetic fun loving,
warm, affectionate, humorous,
teddy bear, 5'6'. Seeks ener-
getic, loving lady, 27-50,120
lbs or under, has rhythm, loves
to dance, leam new steps,
practice jitterbug/East coast
swing, during the week and
show off on the weekends at •
local dubs. Dance with a man
who knows howto lead. No
strings, just a wonderful time.
NTR #1642 11/10
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO
Attractive SWPF, 34, looking
for a WPM, any age, dance
partner to have fun dancing _
the tango, samba, merengue,
and salsa. Experience neces-
sary. I'm just learning no
strings just friends.
NTR #1257 10/20
DEEP BLUE EYES
SPM, blue/bnv37,165, very
romantic and sensitive, down
to earth. Likes walks on the
beach, movies, dining, and I ?
love to-dance, very fun loving,
great sense of humor. ISO
someone with the same inter-
ésts. Please call.
NTR #1370 10/27
I'M BORED
SWF, 45, brown hair, brown
eyes, open minded, person-
able homebody, stylish, likes to -
go to the movies. I'm bored
need to meet somebody new.
NTR #1443 10/27
BEST FRIEND WANTED
50yo WM, 6'3', 190lbs, HIV-.
Seeks new friends and one
spedal guy for whatever hap-
pens, happens.
NTR #1647 11/10
ISO SOULMATE
^SWJM, honest, caring, sérisi-
five, romantic at heart, under-
standing. Enjoys classical mo-
vies, tv shows, listening to mu-
sic, long walks, drives, flea mar-
kets, sports. ISO honest, caring,
sensitive, romantic at heart,
petite, childless, single W/A/
Oriental female, 20-40 for
meaningful relationship. ' f -
NTR #1630 11/30
I Saw
You
FEEUN' A LITTLE WILD?
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some personals with a little .
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was there one minute and
gone the next! She laughed at
my joke to the bartender and
smiled at me twice. Why did I
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Sound familiar? If you've
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NTR #1392 10/27
LOX HAVEN DELI
I saw you in Lox Haven Deli,
parking lot in early June. You
were about 5'5', beautiful
eyes, and wearing a Garth
Brooks baseball hat, white
shirt, blue jean shorts, standing
next to a white Grarid Prix.
Let's meet again.
NTR #1489 11/03
LOVE BYTES!
...on our New Times Romance
Website! Visit us at
romance@newtimesbpb.conrr
to browse hundreds of ads,
and to place your own 40 word
ad for free!
STOP BY TODAY!
I MET YOU
at the Broward Court House
on 9/8/99 you were there for
jury duty. I had a Chicago Har-
ley Davidson shirt, I look like
Howard Stem. I live in Port St
Lucie. You're an accountant,
and told me that yóur rómpa-
ny uses cartoon cows to ad-
vertise. I didn't get your name
or. number. Please call!
NTR #1344 10/27
NOT READY FOR ROMANCE?
Noteveryone is. Hey, that
whole commitment thing can
be pretty scary. So start out
slow-justfriends.
Then who knows...
Place yourfree 40-,word ad to-
day and start filling that little
black book with lots of new
numbers. You can never have
too many friends! .
IVORY SEEKS EBONY
I'm searching for the woman
who placed tills ad: Ebony
seeks Ivory, you're 28; 6', black,
articulate, dassy, could be
model for black Barbie, your
NtR # was 9191. I'm the one
you're looking for.
NTR #1368 10/27
LOVE ISN'T THE ONLY
indoor sport! Have you been"
looking for someone to go a
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Stage: An actress
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Contents
Volume 2
Number 50
October 14-20, 1999
Burning Down the House
The job is simple: Get HUD money to AIDS victims who
need homes. But the City of Fort Lauderdale can’t get its
act together.
By Paul Demko
A Handicapped
Service
Try being disabled
and then complain to
AAA Wheelchair Wagon
Service. See where it
gets you.
By Harris Meyer
Earth, Wind,
and Fire
The fall exhibition at the
Coral Springs Museum of
Art puts nature’s elements
on a few pedestals.
By Michael Mills
Letters 3
News .5
Undercurrents 5
Night & Day........... .... .22
Calendar Events ..... 24
Red Meat 24
Troubletown .27
This Modern World .............28
Story Minute .30
Film....... ... 36
Film Capsules ..................37
Showtimes ...... 38
Stage 43
Theater, Dance, & Opera 44
Art ..; ........45
Galleries & Museums ... 46
Dish .... ... 49
Dining Guide 50
Foodstuff 50
Music 59
Calibrations....... 63
Short Cuts .64
Concerts ........ 67
Bars & Clubs 68
Classified .....84
Real Astrology 90
Romance 91
Cream of
the Pop
His name may suggest
otherwise, but Nick Funk
facilitates only one kind of
music: jazz.
By Michael Mattox
On the cover: illustration by Brian Stauffer
web extra
This week in newtimesbpb.com, the online edition
of Neui Times BrowarcbPalm Beach:
• Holy Cohíbas, Batman! Feds smoke out a ring of
Cuban-cigar smugglers in San Francisco.
• Plus, the latest from Dewey Webb, Peter Gilstrap’s
Web Lounge, and Savage Love.
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Staff
Editorial
Editor Tom Walsh
Managing Editor Rich Shea
Music Editor David Pulizzi
Staff Writers Paul Demko, Jen Karetnick,
Julie Kay, Harris Meyer, Dob Norman,
Bob Whitby
Copyeditor Jana Bielecki
Calendar Editor John Ferri
Nightlife,Listings David Nome
Proofreader Tomi Curtis
Contributors Brian Baker, Robin Dougherty,
John Floyd, Bill Gallo, Hal Hinson, Andy Klein,
Michael Mills, M.V. Moorhead,
Jean Oppenheimer, David Simutis
Fellow EmmaTrelles
Editorial Assistant Candice Gulley
Art
Art Director Scott Crosier
Layout Editor Todd Williams
Staff Photographer Melissa Jones
Electronic Publishing
Online Designer Alyson Gold
Production
Production Manager Jeffrey Rakes
Ad Designer Mark Olson
Production A.J. Pierre-Louis
Advertising/Retail
Ad Director Shari Gherman-Rance
Retail Sales Director Donna DeLong
Account Executives Renay Green,
Karen Grey, Diane Hernandez, Peter Heumann,
Lea Kuhry, Kimberly Marchena, Adam Roth,
Adam Simon, Alex Várgas, Tracy Lynn Wilson
Sales Assistant Lauren Kantor
Classified
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Classified Account Executives Laura Cohen,
Neil Ebanks, Bill Haines, Greg Kurker,
Faith Maguire, Brian Morgan, Edward Reid,
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Romance
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Maggie Sherman
Romance Administrator Jaime Strattan
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National Advertising Director Joe Larkin
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Midwest Sales Director Stephen Lee
West Coast Sales Director Terri Smith
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David Oklahoma, Monica Sandstede
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Robert’s Pledge
I read with interest your article regarding
the efforts of Mr. [Michael] Newdow to re-
move the phrase “under God,” from the
Pledge of Allegiance (“One Nation, Divisible
Under God,” Bob Norman, September 30).
Funny thing is that most experts agree that
the phrase is illegal and was added for purely
partisan religious intent by our government
during the Cold War. Funny thing is that
those on the religious right claim to love the
law and the Constitution. Funny thing is they
seem to forget law and the Constitution
when they want to get their way. Hypocrisy
doesn’t seem to phase these folks, like those
at the American Center For liberty and Jus-
tice [a conservative Christian organization].
From my personal debates with their legal
counsel, I can state that they traffic in men-
dacity and never hesitate to lie to push the
religious right’s agenda. If I as an atheist
simply want our government to follow the
law and the Constitution, I am accused of
wanting “special rights” or that I want to
force atheism as the law of the land.
Our “liberal” media constantly allows the
religious right to lie and misrepresent facts
without challenge. So I was glad to see your
well-balanced and intelligently written arti-
cle. When otir politically hamstrung courts
bow before the bullies of the religious “Reich”
and ignore the Constitution, will they still
expect us atheists to respect said institu-
tions? As a historian, I remember reading
how the Nazis worked slowly to erode civil
rights in Germany. No one spoke up until
the Gestapo came for them. Then it was too
late, and their fate had been sealed. I hope
we are not headed down that path again.
Thanks again for a well-done article.
Robert Carver
via the Internet
One Story, Unbiased
Thank you for your recent article “One Na-
tion, Divisible Under God.” As someone
who agrees with the suit to remove the un-
constitutional “under God” phrase from the
pledge, I found it refreshing to read a factu-
al, unbiased article about this.
After reading your article, I was unable
to determine what your views were on this
subject — a comment I can make about
few “news reports” in these days when most
reporters can’t distinguish between fact
and opinion.
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ly a reporter has spoken out and said things
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television news.
The article should have been in The Herald
and the Sun-Sentinel, too. I almost never
watch the local news. I watch the national
news. What passes for news in South Florida
isn’t “news” at all most of the time. They pick a
storm off Africa and panic us for days. They
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Complaints from the mobility-challenged
against the AAA Wheelchair Wagon
Service are numerous. The company’s
stance? What’s the problem?
By Harris Meyer
B or the past six years, Bobby Zapata has suffered from
frequent seizures, possibly due to a childhood head in-
jury, and can’t work or drive. Even walking around the
block is chancy. Depressed about his condition and
inability to work, the stocky, wiry-haired 37-year-old recently
started going for weekly counseling. Zapata, who has Medicaid
health insurance because of his disability, depends on a
Medicaid-funded van service, AAA Wheelchair Wagon Service
of Hollywood, to transport him to his medical appointments.
The last time he tried to take a city bus, he suffered a seizure at
the bus stop and woke up to find his wallet and shoes missing.
Two days prior to a July 26 counseling appointment, Zapata
called AAA and scheduled a pickup from his home in west Fort
Lauderdale. But the white Ford van arrived only ten minutes
hefore his 1 p.m. appointment downtown, and he ended up
missing half of his therapy session. Then he called the service
to take him home. The van took several hours to arrive, zig-
zagged around the county dropping off other riders, and didn’t
deliver Zapata home until almost 7 p.m. His personal caregiver,
Graham Smith, with whom Zapata lives, called to complain.
AAA apologized for the problem that day and promised it
wouldn’t happen again.
But less than two months later, it apparently did. On Septem-
ber 13 Zapata says he waited three hours for the van to pick
him up after his noon psychotherapy session. He finally gave
up and called Smith for a ride home. Smith, aliealth care con-
sultant who works in Miami, hit the roof. He called AAA as well
as the state Agency For Health Care Administration (AHCA),
which runs the Medicaid program, to file another complaint
Zapata and Smith aren’t the only ones who have beefs with
AAA, which has transported Broward County’s poor and dis-
abled Medicaid recipients to clinical appointments since 1983
and which has been hired by the state as the county’s exclusive
provider since 1990. Pat Walden, a social services counselor át
the county-run Northwest Clinic, says that two weeks ago, a
sick patient waited three and a half hours for an AAA van,
so she offered to take the woman home herself. “That’s one
among many cases,” says Walden, who notes that it’s not un-
common for patients still to be waiting for a ride at the end of
the day when the staff leaves.
But state officials and AAA’s president, Karen Caputo, in-
sist that these criticisms are grossly exaggerated. While
there are inevitable travel delays in a huge county with con-
gested roads and frequent bad weather, they say, AAA pro-
vides high-quality, timely service for the vast majority of
Medicaid, clients. The written provider agreement between
the state and AAA, however, contains no specific requirement
for punctuality or quality of service.
With its 95 vans, AAA delivered 171,878 rides to Broward
Medicaid recipients in the past year, according to AHCA It is
paid $13.54 per ride for those who can walk and $18.39 for
those in wheelchairs, which translates to about $2 million a
year in total revenue for AAA The per-ride rates will soon rise
46 percent when Medicaid transportation is folded into a more
costly transportation system for disabled and elderly people,
run by Broward County Transit AAA will then have to split the
Medicaid business with three other companies, though it will
still provide almost half the rides. These providers were select-
ed by county transit officials on the basis of competitive bids.
Caputo says her company picks up more than 85 percent of
its Medicaid clients on time, which she defines as within a one-
hour window. Deborah Byrnes, an AHCA program specialist
who oversees Medicaid transportation in Broward, says that
the state does not keep systematic records of on-time perfor-
manee or client satisfaction. But she says there were only 166
“valid” complaints about AAA service in the past year, and an-
other 100 found “invalid.” For example, there are 21 valid com-
plaints about vans not showing up, 53 about lateness, 2 about
busy phone lines, and 18 about rude employees. AHCA how-
ever, relies on AAA to investigate complaints, with no indepen-
dent check done by the state. “We’ve been consistently satisfied
with [AAA’s] performance,” Byrnes says.
As proof of her company’s excellent service, Caputo, a gener-
ous contributor to Broward politicians’ election campaigns,
waves a stack of testimonials, from state, county, and nonprofit
agency officials. “[AAA’s]-expertise in routing, scheduling, and
training of employees has made the Broward [Medicaid]
system almost complaint-free,”
gushed Sen. Howard Forman
(D-Cooper City), in a 1997 letter
of recommendation to Palm
Beach County officials. Herpo-
litical support helped her land a
new contract to run Medicaid
van service in that county, start-
ing this month. ,
But Caputo’s service in Brow-
ard looks a lot less peachy to
those who are sitting in one of
her vans rather than in a poli-
tician’s easy chair. After Smith
had to pick up the stranded Za-
pata on September 13, he called
to complain and left a message
for Caputo. An AAA staffer, he
says,, called him back and ver-
bally attacked him, claiming
that Zapata never called for a
ride home that day. Smith tried
to explain that several staffers
at the East Las Qlas Psycholog-
ical Group heard Zapata make
the phone reservation. But the
AAA staffer hung up on him. So
Smith called Byrnes, who assured him she never gets com-
plaints about AAA’s services.
“I can withstand this flak, thatis my profession,” says Smith,
who hears housing discrimination cases involving people with
HIV and AIDS for the City of Miami. “But people on Medicaid
are in an economically disadvantaged position and not as likely
to speak up for themselves because they are afraid of retribu-
tion. If they treated me that way, how do they treat the people
who need the services?” he asks.
Continued on page 6
Graham Smith (left) expects the state-funded van service for peer and disabled people like
Bobby Zapata to be on time
‘IffilflllBI/ffi' man in charge of building the $600 mil-
lion Diplomat Hotel In Hollywood, told the news media two
months ago that he would wait until after the February
election “when [Commissioner] John Coteman is out of of-
fice” to bring back a controversial proposal for a 600-
room hotci Fhe implication was clean Driscoll will wait
until the political winds blow in his favor Jo mount an-
■her fry As if those derisions were political’
Colt nian V t amp was thrilled at 1 Jriscoll's candkl wot ds,
saving the blatant politicizing of the growth issue won hi«
i andkkicy tor nun oi hundreds of votes ¡rom i esidents ol
Now Driscoll appears id bi taking the next step
Sour ces say he rried to form a political action committee
two weeks ago to support Mayor Man Dtutianti ami of-
fried to underwrite the thing But business leaders
called to a meeting at the Dip balkv d at being on tin-
company payroll and instead tornu-d their own FAC
called Citizens For Progress (and who’s not?).
The FAC inclu%s pro-Mara types like Dennis Giordano
(whose engineering firm
tracts from the city), funeral home owner Mark Panetera,
j and downtown Hollywood’s biggest landlord, Debbie Segal
—- as well as May Huddleston, vice president of sales and
marketing for the Dip. The progressive committee fa-
vors “revitalization of all areas of Hollywood, including
ia^i« neighborhood
and sidewalks, the strengthening of existing business
corridors and reduction in the cost of government”
Citizens For Progress will support any candidate who
lavnrs these issues, according to members. Guess that
means the PAG won’t be hipporting GhiKanti. She came
â– it against sidewalks when Coleman floated a plan to install
them throughout the city, saying she did not let her kids
play on sidewalks when they were little. Is that progressive?
Followers of the Gospel According to Nell “God" toga's de-
scended on Fort Lauderdale commissioner Tkn Smith last,
week, 'fhe
having a fit (as he always is) over an article in Tuesday’s
iSiHinStm/Mfcf. The story reported that Smith had con-
ducted an informal “poll” of450
büity of a taxpayer-subsidized baseball stadium in down-
tow'ii Fort Lauderdale. The “finding” bigwigs (many
with financial interests) are in favor of shelling out about
$300 million to build a retractable-dome stadium for a
team that attracts fewer fans that) the average pet.wee
lcagui|^|pipJ@mbroke Pines. Of course they are.
So Kogcilf to (oiuiuci his own “informal poll”
and passid along Smith’s notr? phone number to the
unwashi d masse- this iisvners) Smith got a up-olf
about the unwanted publicitv ami clinked his voice
mail “W ltliin ,t tm inmute lime ¡leruid, it slid vnu have
2.1 voict messages or suiiieilmig like lh.it, ’ Smith says.
“Quite a few were just rude SÓBs that didn’t leave a
name or a phone number"
To quell the upnsing, Smith got ori the horn In
Kogers (a biave act by the ainateut iiime-fightei, we
mu -1 concede) and defended lnmselt He told tht ra-
dioaciive lalk-show host that a group of “concerned citi-
/ons" hud exploded interest in Iran-lorining down-
town Fort Lauderdale into John Henry’s playpen and that
ii wa- his duly a representative nt the people to con-
sidei die idea As Kogns pointed out. those “concerned
citizen-»" sometimos go by other names Tine lobbyist-
and contributors.
- as told to Tom Walsh
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Handicapped
Continued from page 5
Neither AAA nor Byrnes ever got back to
Smith with the result of his complaint Byrnes
says the general policy is not to notify com-
plainants of the outcome. But AAA did provide
New Times with the results. The company de-
termined that the complaint was “not valid” be-
cause no call for a pickup was received and
recorded on its call log. But if AAA staffers had
checked with the counseling clinic, as New
Times did, they could have talked to two clerks
who swear that they heard Zapata make the
phone reservation on September 13.
Caputo also explains that her agency was
swamped with emergency calls on September
13, the stormy Monday when everyoné was
fleeing Hurricane Floyd. Even on normal
weekdays, she adds, there’s nothing she can
do about longer waits in the early afternoon,
when demand peaks. She claims that Smith’s
complaint was an attempt to get special treat-
ment for Zapata. “Graham Smith is a very ner-
vous person with unrealistic expectations
about service,” she says.
Nervous or not, Smith’s grievances are
echoed by the staff at the East Las Olas Psy-
chological Group, the Broward House, Center-
One, and KRU Medical Ventures, many of
whose patients use AAA Medicaid vans. Clini-
dans and clerical staff at those agencies say
that long waits for pickups are frequent, partic-
ularly for return trips home. These waits can
be debilitating for people who are sick or on
medication regimes that require them to take
their pills with food. Zapata, for instance,
sometimes gets auras, which are warning sig-
nals of impending seizures, when he is wor-
lied about whether the van’will arrive on time
or when he has to wait outside in the hot sun.
“Some patients have quit coming for thera-
py,” says Elizabeth Brochu, an East Las Olas
psychotherapist who recalls problems going
back at least five years. “They just give up be-
cause they say it’s more hassle than it’s worth.
It often takes a big part of the session just to
calm them down from the transportation prob-
lems.” Two weeks ago a client who had beén
waiting for an AAA pickup for more than an
hour started yelling in frustration, disrupting
other client’s sessions.
• Staff at the various clinics say that just get-
ting through on the phone to arrange pickups
from appointments is usually a long, trying
process. “When I call [AAA] to make an ap-
pointment, I am constantly on hold,” says a re-
ceptionist.at Broward House who has worked
there for four years but didn’t want her name
used. “You’ll be holding for 30 to 45 minutes.
Once, the line was busy for two hours.” She
says patients sometimes miss their medical ap-
pointments and have to reschedule because
the AAA van was late or didn’t show up at all.
Caputo says she personally reads every
complaint on the day it comes in. “When we
are wrong, we apologize,” she says. “We don’t
try to blow smokeup anyone’s ass for any rea-
son.” But she remains confident that most of
her clients are satisfied. “They know what to
expect from the service, and they know that
sometimes they have to wait a little longer,
and that’s acceptable,” she says.
Smith, however, finds that attitude toward
people who are poor and sick completely
unacceptable. “A lot of people think, ‘You’re
lucky to have any transportation, so just
shut up.’” he says. “These providers do
what they damn well please, without con-
sideration to individuals. I’m not interested
in special handling for Bobby. I want all the
patients treated right” CD
Contact Harris Meyer at his e-mail address:
Harris,_Meyer@newtimesbpb. com
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PROGRAM IS CALLED
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BY PAUL DEMKO
On February 8,1999, Kathryn Malie traveled to Fort
Lauderdale City Hall to clear her name. The 14-year
veteran bureaucrat was armed with a three-volume,
200-page-plus report, complete with receipts, city
memos, and intraoffice e-mails. Also in tow was her
lawyer. Her audience in the sterile conference room
was Pete Witschen, the assistant city manager, and
Faye Outlaw, director of Fort Lauderdale’s housing and
community development office — a job title Malie once
claimed as her own. An attorney hired by the city was
also present For two and a half hours, Malie laid out, in
mind-numbing detail, her case for innocence. The only
interruption was an occasional “OK’ from Witschen.
Malie was facing serious charges.. She’d been ac-
cused of mishandling funds that were tunneled through
the federal government’s Housing Opportunities For
Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) program. A stinging re-
view of the program had been written by the city audi-
tor months earlier, and on November 12,1998, Malie
was put on paid administrative leave. According to
Malie, the passwords on her city computer were
changed, and her fellow employees were told not to
associate with her.
At the core of the auditor’s report is the Sunshine
Health Center, a nonprofit group based in Pompano
Beach. For four years more than a million dollars in
federal grants was given to Sunshine to purchase and
renovate a 32-unit housing facility and two single-
family homes for people with AIDS. But by late 1998
the buildings were in disrepair and Sunshine was in
financial disarray. The city audit had been prompted
by an FBI investigation of the nonprofit group that
continues to this day, according to one source famil-
iar with the federal inquiry. (The FBI would not com-
ment on the investigation.) The city auditor, Allyson
Love, concluded that Sunshine’s situation was indica-
five of widespread problems caused by a lack of over-
sight of the HOPWA program.
As Malie sees it, she was being set up to take the fall
for the boondoggle. At one point during the February
hearing, Witschen noted that the city would need time
to make a decision about how to proceed. ‘We proba-
bly will not make a response today,” he said. It’s not
clear from the transcript of the meeting if he was try-
ing to be funny. The city’s response, it turns out, took
much longer than a day — five months longer.
During that time Malie was not contacted by the
city. Its only acknowledgment of her existence, she
claims, were her paychecks, which total $56,181 a
year. Malie had already been on paid leave for three
months, so the next five months would add up to the
equivalent of $40,000 worth of taxpayer-bankrolled
vacation pay. But the leave, for Malie, was no vaca-
tion. She didn’t know whether she’d ever get her job
back, and during the leave her long-time boyfriend
died of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “It was not a fun time,”
Continued on page lO
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Richard Colbert, executive director of the AIDS-housing provider Shadowood II, has expressed interest in taking over the boarded-up apartment complex on SW 15th Avenue
] Burning Down
§ Continued from page 9
, she recalls, “but it did give me time to be
with him.”
Finally on Friday, July 9, Witschen rang
Malie with news: She was to report back to
work on Monday morning. He also told her
a letter of reprimand would be placed in her
personnel file.
But in attempting to saddle Malie with
blame for the mismanaged funds, the city
did not count on one possibility: that the
soft-spoken, 50ryear-old bureaucrat would
continue to fight back. Malie returned to
work, but she steadfastly contends that she
did nothing wrong, that she was unfairly re-
quired to work the equivalent of two jobs for
a year and a half, and that the city audit is se-
riously flawed. Among the flaws: Malie (who
is not mentioned by name in the 18-page
audit) was never questioned by Love about
the Sunshine funds. So getting her job back
is not enough. Malie wants the letter of rep-
rimand removed from her file, corrections
made to the city audit, and reimbursement
for the fees she had to pay a lawyer to assist
in her defense.
“I’m not asking the city to do anything but
fix what they did,” she says. “They’ve been
very careful to keep my name out of it, but it
doesn’t matter. It’s a small town. Everyone
knows I was in charge of the program.”
For that same reason, Malie shares at
least some of the blame for allowing Sun-
shine Health Center to Squander more than
$1 million in government funds. But she is
not alone. Since the HOPWA program be-
gan, county and city officials have allowed
the program to falter, and at the root of the
most egregious problems is the Sunshine
organization itself. Even after several inves-
tigations and a brush with financial death,
the 35-year-old nonprofit group continues to
operate a health clinic in Pompano Beach. It
is also under investigation once again —
this time for Medicaid fraud.
The most trenchant symbol of the Sunshine
debacle is an eyesore of a structure at 637
SW 15th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. Every
orifice of the gray-and-white concrete build-
ing in the Riverside Park neighborhood is
plugged with plywood. The parking lot is
strewn with debris. Tufts of grass sprout
from what once was blacktop. No one —
HIV-infected or otherwise — has lived there
for almost a year.
“That building is kind of a hellhole,” says
Fort Lauderdale mayor Jim Naugle. “It
probably should be demolished.”
Since 1995 about $750,000 in federal money
has been pumped into that hellhole. That
same year Sunshine Health Center pur
chased the building and its lot with a
$646,000 grant from HOPWA, which is part
of the U S. Department of Housing and Ur-
ban Development (HUD). Numerous federal
grants followed so that the building could be
transformed into a comfortable apartment
complex for AIDS sufferers and their families
in need of housing. But despite this influx of
cash, the building was occupied by Sunshine
clients for less than three years — from Feb-
ruary 1996, to November of last year.
So what happened? Sunshine officials, are
not forthcoming, but city records indicate that
mismanagement could have been a big prob-
lem. Eor example, playground equipment
was purchased with $4342 worth of HOPWA
funds and delivered to Sunshine’s Pompano
Beach offices in June 1997. But the equip-
ment was never installed. J&R Home Repair
was paid $2100 in HOPWA funds last year for
two queen palm trees, a sabal palm, and 50
bags of redwood-chip mulch, among other
landscaping materials. But there is no évi-
dence that anyone made use of these materi-
als at 637 SW 15th Avenue. Former residents
confirm that no palm tree was ever planted,
no gardén ever mulched. George’s Asphalt
Service was paid $5584 in HOPWA money to
remove speed bumps from the parking lot to
prepare for repaving. But the company was
never paid to repave; the parking lot now
looks like it was shelled by mortar fire.
Former residents of the SW 15th Avenue
facility tell stories of squalor, rampant drug
use, and negligence on the part of Sun-
shine officials. Carmela Warren, who lived
in apartment 33 for a year with her infant
daughter, says hot water was scarce and the
wall in her daughter*s bedroom was covered
with mildew. “My daughter [couldn’t] even
sleep in her room because I [was] afraid of
her picking up some kind of bacteria,” she
recalls. “I had neighbors who didn’t have re-
frigerators or stoves.”
Madeline Morgan, who lived in the apart-
ment complex with her three children,
claims that drug dealers often conducted
business on the property. “Basically every-
body in the building was on drugs,” she
says, adding that she saw no evidence that
Sunshine’s management was concerned
about the illegal activities. ‘They really
didn’t care what went on there,” she says.
“All they wanted was the rent money.”
A constantly changing staff of administra-
tors operated the housing facility for Sun-
shine, which began in 1964 as a health clinic
serving the needs of migrant workers in
the Pompano Beach area. Dale Gibson, the
group’s executive director, came on staff
justas the housing program was disintegrat-
ing. “I don’t know much about what’s hap-
pening with that [program],” he says, noting
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fíale Gibson faces the unenviable task of leading the much-maligned Sunshine Health Center back to financial solvency
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that his focus has been on the health clinic.
JThaf s not really something I have much in-
formation about at all.”
I Despite staff turnover Sunshine’s board of
directors is ultimately accountable for the
organization. As stated in the group’s by-
laws, the board’s job is to “manage the af-
lairs of Sunshine.” On the board are several
prominent Broward County citizens, includ-
fng Jasmin Shirley Moore, who is some-
times referred to as the “Queen of AIDS”
and is the former wife of Fort Lauderdale
city commissioner Carlton Moore. Hazel
Armbrister, another board member, is a re-
fired teacher who ran for a seat in the Flori-
fia House of Representatives in 1998.
I Moore, who answered questions on behalf
of Sunshine, told New times that the resi-
gents were the problem. Every time a ten-
fint moved out of the complex, she said, the
frpartment was gutted — even air condition-
thg units and ceiling fens disappeared. Drug
use and other criminal activities, she added,
were not a problem at the facility. “During
pur time we didn’t have that kind of stuff go-
fng on,” Moore said. “It was a great place.” -
li Despite Sunshine’s, claims to the contrary,
Morgan, Warren, and other residents became
po fed tip with their living conditions that they
formed a tenant’s association in 1997 and
enlisted the help of Legal Aid Service of
-Broward County. According to a list of prob-
lems drawn up by the association and hand-
delivered to board chair Lula Myers and
Thomas Dawson, who was executive director
of Sunshine at the time: Toilets didn’t flush in
some apartments; many units were ant- and/
©r roach-infested; locks on windows were bro-
®:en; and most of the washers- and dryers in
ihe laundry room were inoperable,
i The residents weren’t the only ones con-
fcerned about the SW 15th Avenue facility.
¡Estelle Abrams, a detective on the Fort
íaüderdale code-enforcement team, was
aware of the infusion of government funds
find recalls driving by the building on an al-
Jnost daily basis, wondering when condi-
|ions would improve. One apartment, she
recalls, had a malfunctioning oven that shot
sparks whenever it was turned on. “Instead
of giving them a new oven, Sunshine gave
them a fire extinguisher so they can shoot
the sparks out,” Abrams says. She notes that
the only work permit that was granted for
renovations was for the installation of an air
conditioner — in the administrative office.
“You have no idea the crackerjack way they
went in there,” she says.
According to HUD guidelines for the
HOPWA program, grantees “must provide
safe and sanitary housing that is in com-:
pliance with all applicable state and local
housing, codes, licensing requirements,”
and other regulations pertaining to build-
ing standards. Abrams continually cited
the property for code violations, and when
she got no response from Sunshine; she
wrote letters to each board member. Lula
Myers finally agreed to meet with Abrams:
at the property in June 1998. When Myers
arrived she was issued a notice to appear
in court and was criminally charged for 13
violations. Myers, who did not respond to
inquiries for an interview for this article,
pleaded no contest in August and was
fined $1850.
Abrams was also in touch with Kathryn
Malie, who was then interim director of
Fort Lauderdale’s housing and community
development office. Abrams says the city
didn’t seem to care that grant dollars were
apparently being squandered. “I tried the
city for months from the fall of ’97,” she
says, noting that when she threatened to
charge Sunshine officials criminally, the
city’s response was, “Go ahead.”
Malie counters that she was trying to
work with Sunshine to get the property
turned around. She says she met with resi-
dents, Sunshine board members, and Legal
Aid representatives on several occasions.
The code team, she believes, was only inter-
ested in putting people in jail. “Instead of
trying to help people, they just kept trying
to arrest them,” she claims.
Even if Malie was making a good-faith
effort to work with the folks at Sunshine,
she wouldn’t have been able to finish the
job. At about the same time Myers was
charged with Code violations, Faye Outlaw
was hired as director of Fort Lauderdale’s
ho.using and community development of-
fice; Two months later Sunshine’s HOPWA
funds for rental assistance were terminated.
Soon thereafter the tenants at 637 SW 15th
Avenue were relocated to other homes in
Broward County, and the Sunshine facility
was boarded shut. An FBI investigation of
Sunshine was under way, and city officials
were taking no chance. Malie was cut out of
the loop on all HOPWA matters, and she be-
lieves the city attempted to save its neck by
making her the scapegoat.
Sunshine had other problems to worry
about. Two houses the organization had
purchased with $156,000 in HOPWA funds
weren’t faring much better than the apart-
ment complex. At the moment both are va-
cant, according to Sunshine officials, and if s
unclear how long they’ve been empty. No-
body responded at either house when a re-
porter knocked on the front doors of the
Pompano Beach and Hollywood residences.
So the looming question — especially for
those AIDS victims in need of housing — is
this: What will happen to the three HOPWA-
financed buildings?
Last February the Sun-Sentinel reported
that the City of Fort Lauderdale had “seized
control” of tiie SW 15th Avenue property, but
that’s not exactly the case. Although Sun-
shine still owns áll three properties, owner-
ship is contingent on the HUD guideline that
the sites be used for AIDS housing for at
least ten years. Because the properties ap-
pear to have been abandoned, the city is try-
ing to foreclose on all three and has asked
HUD to exempt the SW 15th Avenue property
from the ten-year rule. This would allow the
city to turn the property over to the Fort
Lauderdale Housing Authority, Avhich could
use it to help homeless folks in general.
At least one AIDS charity, Shadowood II,
has expressed interest in taking over the
Sunshine facility. Richard Colbert, executive
director of the nonprofit group, which pro-
vides transitional and permanent housing
for people living with HIV, believes that the
facility should serve AIDS patients only. He
notes that Shadowood provides shelter for
about 60 people and — like most AIDS-
housing charities — has a long waiting list
‘We have had more people this year than
we have ever had — ever, ever, ever,” Col-
bert says. “There’s an increase in HIV home-
less people. Why there is so much of it, I
have no idea.”
Colbert inspected the 32-unit facility last
month. He says most of the apartments
need new air conditioning units and the
building needs to be repainted, but it’s sal-
vageable — if he can get financial help from
the city. “It’s in better shape than most of the
buildings in the neighborhood,” he says.
Residents of the Riverside Park neighbor-
hood beg to differ. They want the building
destroyed. For more than five years, they’ve
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struggled to transform the drug-ravaged
area into a marginally middle-class enclave.
Tom Andrew, vice president of the Riverside
Park homeowners association, says that
even before Sunshine took over the SW 15th
Avenue property, it was a black mark on the
community. He notes that the apartments,
which have just one exit, are fire hazards
and would not meet current safety codes for
apartment buildings. “It’s our contention
that the design is dehumanizing,” he says.
“They’re chicken coops.”
The homeowners association has made its
opinion clear in several letters to city com-
missioners, but the prospect of destroying
a building that has swallowed up about
$750,000 in federal funds since 1995 is not
something city officials would have an easy
time explaining to HUD. It is possible, un-
der HUD guidelines, that Fort Lauderdale
would be forced to give the grant money
back to the feds if the facility is demolished.
“Unless we were able to get relief from the
federal government on the repayment issue,
I’d have a very, very difficult time rec'om-
mending that to the city commission,” says
Pete Witschen, assistant city manager. “That
would be a tough financial position to take.”
the largest city in any given county is re-
sponsible for disbursing HOPWA funds
throughout the county. In Broward County
the job goes to Fort Lauderdale. But during
the first three years of the program, from
1993 until 1996, the city actually handed off
these duties to the county. The thinking was
this: Because the county doles out most fed-
eral dollars for AIDS services, it would be
better equipped to distribute the HOPWA
grants as well.
But such was not the case. Under the
county’s watch, HOPWA was plagued with
problems. Chief among them was that many
grant dollars were simply not being spent.
In the summer of 1996, according to city
records, the county had disbursed just
$3.2 million of the $7.7 million made avail-
able by the federal government. AIDS orga-
nizations were spending money on housing
services but not being reimbursed in a
timely manner, which put the shoestring-
budgeted charities at financial risk.
Out of frustration the city decided, in early
1997, to distribute the funds itself. At about
this time, Malie, who was then serving as a
community-economic development planner,
was named interim director of the housing
and community-development office. One of
the key accusations in the audit that forced
RES I DENTS OF the riverside
PARK NEIGHBORHOOD BEG TO DIFFER.
THEY WANT THE
building DESTROYED.
Harry Garte, a Miami-based HUD official
who is intimately involved with Fort Laud-
erdale’s HOPWA program, declined to com-
ment for this, story. But a spokesman for the
agency says this: ‘We are always concerned
when funds that are intended to provide an
essential service to the community áre ex-
pended and the purpose is not achieved. We
will continue to work with Fort Lauderdale
to be certain deficiencies,in their delivery
systems are corrected and that everything
possible is done to insure that programs aré
run successfully.”
Sitting in an Italian restaurant on Oakland
Park Boulevard on a recent weekday after-
noon, Kathryn Malie is evidently weary of
the whole bureaucratic quagmire. She sighs
often as she discusses both Sunshine and
the HOPWA program. Her hair is the color
of copper wire, and she’s wearing a blazer
and a pink sweatshirt. She is short, just a
few inches over five feet, and acne scars are
evident on her face. She speaks softly — as
if someone might overhear — in the near-
empty restaurant.
Malie is not naive enough to believe that
Sunshine is innocent. She understands that
the organization failed to maintain its build-
ings, but she also believes the city should
have continued to work with, not against,
Sunshine. Most of all, she absolutely insists
that she is not to blame for the three empty
government-purchased buildings.
To understand her defense, it’s nece'ssary
to know a little history about HOPWA fund-
ing. According to the program’s guidelines,
Malie into an eight-month leave is that Sun-
shine Health Center received money for
services, such as mental-health counseling
and substance-abuse treatment, that were
never provided.
During her hearing in February, Malie
pointed out that the auditor, Allyson Love,
had misread the HOPWA contract. Al-
though Sunshine Health Center had applied
for various types of funds for the 1996-97
fiscal year, it received money only for rental
assistance. Sunshine requested $26,000 for
outreach services, $125,000 to provide tran-
sitional housing, $80,000 for substance-
abuse treatment programs, $70,000 for
mental-health and family counseling, and
$97,668 for renovations to existing facilities.
But all ofthese grant requests were rejected
by the city. The only allocation that Sun-
shine received for the 1996-97 fiscal year
was $210,000 to provide rental assistance for
tenants at the existing properties.
Holding Malie accountable for Sunshine’s
housing woes is problematic for other fea-
sons. The bulk of the expenditures ques-
tioned in the audit took place before the city
took control of the HOPWA program in
1997. The funds for Sunshine’s purchase of
the SW 15th Avenue property and the two
single-family homes in Pompano Beach and
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is the only group mentioned in the audit. No
evidence is presented to suggest that any
other group experienced problems similar
to Sunshine’s.
Love says that she has only “flipped
through” Malie’s rebuttal and cannot r¿-
spond to specific criticisms. But she says she
stands by her audit entirely. “I think the find-
ings and the subsequent management re-
sponse to it speak for themselves,” she adds.
Malie. Because many of the people who had
intimate knowledge of HOPWA have left the
city’s employ, he says, it was difficult to re-
construct events and pinpoint exactly who
was at fault “The people that were most di-
rectly involved at that point weren’t here to
help provide the documentation for a review,
and that had to be recreated,” he adds.
But those on the receiving end of HOPWA
funding are able to comment on Malie. Rep-
resentatives of many nonprofit groups in the
area say that she was a font of knowledge
Fort Lauderdale assistant city manager Pete Witschen oversaw the eight-month investigation of
Kathryn Malie
Witschen says he sees no reason for
changes to the audit either. “I don’t believe
the audit has fatal mistakes, but I know
that’s [Malie’s] assertion,” he says. Malie’s
interpretation of HUD guidelines is wrong,
he adds, and the correct disciplinary action
was taken against her.
He cannot account, however, for the city’s
decision to saddle .Malie with two jobs over
an 18-month period. While Malie served as
and often helped groups navigate the pitfalls
of applying for grant money.
“She is a true advocate of the people of the
city,” says Geraldine Pipitone, executive
director of House of Hope, which works pri-
marily with people who have substance-
abuse problems.
Richard Colbert, of Shadowood II, says
that more than 80 percent of his group’s
budget comes from HOPWA grants. “Kathy
WAS ESSENTIALLY
PERFORMING THE DUTIES
OF TWO EMPLOYEES
BUT
GETTING PAID for only ONE job.
interim director of the community develop-
ment office from January 1997 to June 1998,
nobody was hired to fifi her old position of
community-economic development planner.
In other words she was essentially perform-
ing the duties of two employees but getting
paid for only one job.
Witschen says he does not know why it
took so long to find a new director of hous-
ing and community development. Filling that
position, he explains, was the responsibility
of the city’s planning and economic develop-
ment director, Scott Adams, who has since
left city government. Witschen also cited
staff turnover as the reason it took eight
months to complete the investigation of
Malie; from my point of view, has had an aw-
ful lot to do with our having success and
becoming a success,” he adds. “She’s been
aboveboard, honest, and fair with us all the
way down the line.”
In fact some AIDS-housing providers say
that since Malie’s departure last November,
they’ve had almost no contact with the city
regarding the HOPWA program. Normally,
according to grantees, the city holds meet-
ings every April to discuss priorities for
HOPWA funding. By September a request
for proposals (RFP) is usually issued, and
money is allocated by the start of the fiscal
year — October 1.
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Continued from page 17
That’s not the case this year. The first
meeting didn’t take place until June, when
Faye Outlaw, who now oversees the HOPWA
program, told grantees that the city was con-
sidering handing administration of the pro-
gram back to the county. “It threw us all into
kinda shock,” says Colbert.
Ultimately the city commission — noting
the county’s past problems in administer-
ing the HOPWA program — voted, during
a July 7 meeting, against letting the county
administer the funds. “We’ll be moving for-
ward with that process and RFP-ing it,”
Outlaw now says. ‘We did not want to ad-
vanee that process, given that there was
that discussion.”
Angelo Castillo, director of human serv-
ices for Broward County, says his agency
was enthusiastic about the possibility of run-
ning the HOPWA program. “The hope was
to create a continuum of care that would in-
elude housing and services under one roof,”
he says.
Some AIDS groups worry, however, that,
because the distribution process is late in
getting under way this year, they may not
get the funds they need in a timely fashion
— which is what happened when the coun-
ty oversaw the grant program. Accord
ing to, the most recent HUD figures, as of
May 1999 Fort Lauderdale had spent less
than $7 million of the $15.3 million made
available under the HOPWA program over
the last four years.
‘The HOPWA dollars are kind of up in
the air,” says Pipitone, of House of Hope.
“Nobody knows what’s going to happen at
this point.”
Tom Shidaker, executive director of Brow-
ard House, the county’s largest provider of
housing to people with AIDS, told city com-
missioners in July that its HOPWA-fimded
programs could begin to run short of mon-
ey as early as March if steps weren’t taken
to jump-start the allocation process. He now
says Outlaw has assured him HOPWA dol-
lars will be made available to ensure that the
group does not run out of money, even if it’s
done on a stopgap basis. “The city has told
me on two different occasions that they
will make sure funds are available,” Shidak-
er says.
Adds Outlaw: “There will not be a single
gap in funding for HOPWA”
No matter what happens with the HOPWA
program, it is doubtful that Sunshine
Health Center will ever benefit from its
largesse again. You get only so many
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million dollars.
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front of Sunshine Health
Center’s yellow stucco
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Center is a pleasant one.
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By any reasonable standard, Sunshine
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bgfore the nonprofit group faltered in its at-
tempts to provide housing to people with
AIDS, it was mired in controversy and finan-
cial disorder. At the end of 1997, thé federal
Health Resources and Services Administra-
tion (HRSA) canceled Sunshine’s grant of al
most $950,000 to provide medical care to
poor people in the Pompano Beach area. The
head of HRSA at the time noted, in a press re-
lease, that “the center Med to resolve serf-
ous fiscal, administrative and governance
problems that compromised its ability to de-
liver high-quality health-care services.”
In a last-ditch effort to salvage the grant,
HRSA had brought in Collier Health Services,
based in Immokalee, to work with Sunshine
on restoring fiscal order. But Steven Weinman,
Collier’s chief financial officer, says that the
Sunshine clinic in Pompano Beach was in such
disarray that his group didn’t want anything
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to do with the clinic. “When we went there,
the building was falling apart,” he recalls. “If
you went to a veterinarian that looked like
that, you wouldn’t leave your dog there.”
Collier has since been awarded the HRSA
grant and recently opened the Thomas N.
Anthony Medical Center, just a few blocks
from Sunshine’s clinic. Weinman believes
that his organization is capable of providing
medical care for all poor people in that area.
“I don’t really see any reason for Sunshine
Health Center,” he says.
Even so, Sunshine reopened its doors last
November with Gibson, who has worked
with several medical clinics in Miami, at the
helm — at about the same time the housing
facility on SW 15th Avenue was being board-
ed up. “Our center was mired in controver-
sy, but since we reopened we’re very excit-
ed, ” Gibson says.
Sunshine is banking on young mothers
and the elderly — and the Medicaid and
Medicare reimbursements that they draw
— to help the clinic back to financial solven-
cy. “I think Sunshine needs to demonstrate
that it can run a clinic effectively before they
apply for grants again,” Gibson says.
There are already signs, however, that
Sunshine has not changed for the better. Ac-
cording to the group’s 1998 informational
tax return, Sunshine’s income for the year
was just $148,100. Its debts, meanwhile, to-
taled more than $1.1 million.
Although both Morgan and Warren, as
former residents of the SW 15th Avenue fa-
cility, could be seen as holding a grudge
against Sunshine, their accounts are con-
firmed by others. Two sources who work
with HIV patients in Broward County on a
daily basis but do not want theimames
used, say that clients have told them simi-
lar stories about Sunshine paying clients
for protein infusions. Moreover, Ruben
Chavez, an investigator with the Florida
Attorney General’s Office, confirms that
his office is conducting a Medicaid fraud
investigation of Sunshine. He would not,
however, provide details.
Gibson denies the allegations, calling
them a “gross, gross, gross mischaracteriza-
tion.” But his explanation of the misunder-
standing doesn’t make much sense. He
claims that when the clinic initially re-
opened last November, clients were offered
turkeys and gift certificates as both induce
ntents to patronize Sunshine Health Center
and as goodwill gestures for the Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas holidays. “In the clients’
minds,” he says, “they interpreted this as we
were paying them.”
Sunshine is not the only player in the
HOPWA controversy that has returned to
business as usual. For three months now,
Kathryn Malie has been back at her spa-
cious office in downtown Fort Lauderdale
and her duties as community-economic
M | THINK SUNSHINE NEEDS TO
DEMONSTRATE THAT IT GAN RON A CLINIC
EFFECTIVELY BEFORE THEY APPLY
FOR GRANTS AGAIN."
“I really don’t know how they manage to
keep that place open,” says Weinman.
One unsettling possibility is fraud. Accord-
ing to several Sunshine patients, the clinic,
when it. reopened last November, offered eco-
nomic incentives to at least some clients for
their patronage. Madeline Morgan says that,
for almost three months in early 1999, she —
along with other people infected with HIV —
was paid $20 a day, or $100 each week, by
Dale Gibson to receive intravenous protein in-
jections at Sunshine Health Center.
“When we got finished, he would call us in
the back room, and he would give us mon-
ey,” she recalls.
Morgan adds that Medicaid, the federal
health-care program for poor families, was
then billed for the services. Patients were told
the protein infusions — which are of dubious
medical value — were part of a research pro-
gram. The paydays were eventually reduced
to three times a week, according to Morgan,
and then stopped completely.
Carmela Warren and her fiancé, John Eric
Myers, tell a similar story. They claim they
were paid by Sunshine to receive protein in-
fusions, which were then billed to Medi-
caid. Warren notes that she was eventually
cut off by Sunshine officials. “They told me
I couldn’t come back anymore because my
Medicaid wasn’t covering it,” she says.
Adds Myers: “They was most definitely
billing Medicaid.”
development planner. She spends most
days researching various policy questions
and searching for new sources of funding
for the city. She communicates with her
boss, Faye Outlaw, primarily via e-mail and
intraoffice memo.
The prospect of finding a new job has
certainly occurred to Malie, but she says
she wants to get the entire Sunshine epi-
sode resolved before moving on. She be-
lieves the letter of reprimand in her per-
sonnel file would tar her reputation and
make getting a decent job difficult — de-
spite 14 years of work for the city. “I will
never manage anything for any city gov-
ernment again,” she says. ‘It’s thankless.”
Malie is even contemplating filing a lawsuit
against the city.
In August she had a meeting with another
city official — City Manager Floyd Johnson
— to discuss her insistence that the letter of
reprimand be removed from her file, that
her lawyer’s fees be reimbursed, and that
the Sunshine audit be amended. Malie at-
tended the meeting without her lawyer, as
the city manager had requested. After dis-
cussing her situation for about 30 minutes,
Johnson told Malie that he would get back
to her in about a week. It’s now been two
months. She has yet to hear from him. CD
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