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Monday– Karaoke, Doo Wop & Oldies, Humpback Whales 3D at Imax
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SAVE THE DATE: April 27 to May 17
A Chorus Line–A timeless classic, and one of the longest running shows of all time. The play evolved from several workshop sessions with Broadway dancers (known as ‘gypsies’) taped by choreographer Tony Stevens. The dancers’ frank discussions, admissions, and often painful revelations about their experiences, hopes, and dreams formed the basis of the play, which is set on a bare stage of an anonymous Broadway theatre during auditions for an upcoming musical. A Chorus Line provides a window to a backstage world most theatre patrons have no idea exists.
A Chorus Line was a critical and box office hit; it received twelve Tony Award nominations, and won nine. It also was awarded the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. And a number of composer Marvin Hamlisch’s songs, including ‘What I Did for Love’, and ‘One’, became ‘pop’ as well as Broadway standards.
A Chorus Line will run until May 17 at Stage Door Theatre in Margate. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, Margate 33065. Tickets are $38 – $42; $16 student tickets are also available. Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at http://www.stagedoorfl.org.
For more information about A Chorus Line and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoortheatre.com , or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (email@example.com / 561-445-9244).
SAVE THE DATE: April 29 to May 3
SunFest! The ultimate art and music festival for all of Florida along the beautiful waterfront in West Palm Beach with more than 50 bands and music acts on 3 stages over 5 days. The Gold Backstage Pass is your ticket to being in with celebrities at SunFest – a backstage pass to every stage, with access to a private concierge tent, valet parking and more. Each year the event attracts more than 165,000 visitors. SunFest West Palm Beach takes place along West Palm Beach Intracoastal Waterway Flagler Drive from Banyan Boulevard to Lakeview Avenue. Year after year, the event is full of great live renown musicians, excellent gourmet offers, lots of gifts to buy and the excellent weather of our Sunshine State. This year, a variety of pop, modern and classic rock, and adult alternative makes up the lion’s share of the lineup. There’s less dance, hip-hop and country than in years past, Information Help Desk: 561-659-5980 or www.sunfest.com
SAVE THE DATE: May 1 and 2
May 1 and 2- The Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby- The Kentucky Oaks is on May 1- from 12:30pm to 6pm, and the Kentucky Derby on May 2-from 4pm to 7pm; Both on NBC Sports Network- At Churchill Downs; Expect the traditions: Roses (the race’s official flower), The Mint Julep (the official beverage for nearly a century), the parade band playing “My Old Kentucky Home”, the finest spring fashions for both men and women, and, of course, the hats! (there are no rules or limits when it comes to the spectacle of Derby hats)
Dames at Sea! Dazzling new musical at The Wick Theater in Boca-Dames at Sea has been described as a tap-happy, navy-crazy celebration of the golden era of movie musicals with a heart as big as the ocean. A long-running hit Off-Broadway that brought stardom to Bernadette Peters when it was launched in 1968, this spectacular song and dance show is based on the nostalgia of Hollywood musicals of the 1930’s. It’s big time New York, into which sweet little Ruby from Utah has come to try to make it big on Broadway. Not surprisingly and in true Broadway fashion, Ruby begins the day as a chorus girl and ends it as a tap-dancing star on the deck of a battleship which just happens to be passing by. Full of fun music including There’s Something About You, Choo, Choo Honeymoon, Raining in My Heart, It’s You and Star Tar and The Sailor of my Dreams, this gem of a musical was selected as “Best Musical of the Year” by Time and Newsweek.
Dames at Sea opens for previews at The Wick on May 7th with the Gala Grand Opening on May 9th. Performances are Wednesday through Sunday with matinees at 2:00 p.m. and evening performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. This production also marks the opening of The Wick Tavern for dinner; Dinner is now available to both theater patrons and to the general public. Reservations are strongly recommended. Show tickets are $63-$80. For more details and tickets, contact the Wick Theatre at 561-995-2333 or on the web at www.thewick.org
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Chez Marie French Bistro–(formerly Mimosa’s)– – Located in the Polo Club Shoppes – 5030 Champion Blvd. #D3 – (next to Publix) -Boca Raton, FL 33496-For info: 561-997-0027 or www.ChezMarieFrenchBistro.com
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Eat-Scene in West Palm Beach
Eat-Scene is a combination gourmet market / restaurant area at the corner of Quadrille Boulevard and Fern Street. The brainchild of long-time Florida resident, Tony Solo, Eat-Scene is described as being loosely based on such similar venues as New York’s Eataly and Seattle’s Pike’s Market. There will be 20 or so different independently owned businesses under the Eat-Scene roof, from purveyors of produce, meat and seafood to gourmet spices, chocolates and baked good, along with four different “micro eateries,” a deli and an outdoor beer garden.The idea, according to Eat-Scene’s website, is to create a “market culture for wine and food enthusiasts” and a “social venue that appeals to all your senses.” Located at: 501 Fern St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401-Info; 561-275-1550 or www.eatscene.com
A second Fresh Market- in Boca early next year-going into the Park Place development on North Military Trail just past Yamato Road-The Boca market will be the 43rd in Florida for the North Carolina-based upscale grocer, known for its extensive array of prepared foods and fresh produce, and variety of gourmet food products. The other Boca Fresh Market is on West Camino Real.
Burt Rapoport-plans to open Rappy’s Deli at Park Place in Boca Raton, a new retail development slated to be built soon on Military Trail, between Yamato Road and Clint Moore Road-expected to open in late 2016-Rapoport says Rappy’s Deli will be a modern spin on the classic Jewish style deli, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. It also will offer take out and catering, he said. Rapoport who owns is naming the restaurant in homage to his grandfather, whose nickname was Rappy. (Restaurants in the Rapoport Group include: Bogart’s Bar & Grille on the Premier level of the Cinemark Palace 20 in Boca Raton and, Henry’s at 16850 Jog Road in The Shoppes at Addison Place in Delray Beach, Deck 84 at 840 E. Atlantic Ave. on the Intracoastal in Delray Beach, Burt & Max’s in the Delray Marketplace at 9089 W. Atlantic Ave in Delray Beach and Apeiro, his newest, also in Delray Marketplace)
Caffe Martier- Formerly Gol! in Delray–It’s a new and improved and much larger– Caffe Martier (411 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/450-6169) The five-year-old eatery’s recent expansion into the next-door space once home to Gol! churrascuria. Along with the dramatic increase in space and style with bistro tables, a bar and fountain under a towering pitched ceiling- Live jazz several nights a week, a juice bar and dinner menu with dishes like pecan-crusted tilapia with asparagus and butternut squash and chicken francaise with asparagus and roasted potatoes.
BOCA RATON: Off the Hook, YoKo-San (re=opened), Tilted Kilt, Farmhouse Kitchen (formerly Table 42) in Royal Palm Place in Boca-Trader Joe’s, Sapphire Indian Cuisine, M.E.A.T. Eatery & Taproom (980 N. Federal Hwy.), La Nouvelle Maison, Sicilian Oven, Havana Nights Cigar Lounge in Royal Palm Place, Basilic Vietnamese Grill (200 S. Federal Hwy), Slice of Provence (205 SE 1st Avenue), Shrimp House (Town Center) , Burger House, Piattini (formerly Caruso) in Royal Palm Place; True -At 147 SE 1st Avenue; Waterstone Grill (and Boca Landing-in the former Bridge Hotel), Brooklyn Water Bagel, Another Broken Egg Cafe, El Jefe Luchador, House of the Dog (formerly Boardwalk Burger) , Ichiyami Buffet & Sushi, Apura Juicery & Coffeehouse (on Powerline & Palmetto); BOYNTON BEACH: Sage Wine Bar; DELRAY BEACH: Apiero; Rocco’s .-; BOYNTON BEACH: The Brass Tap CORAL SPRINGS: Nick’s New Haven Pizza, The Cook and the Cork, Taste Buds of India DEERFIELD BEACH: Katz’s Deli; Osteria Sapori (formerly Angelo’s Station House) in the Cove; DELRAY BEACH: Apeiro, Vintage Tap, Taverna Opa (on Atlantic Ave.), Tap Beer (Delray Marketplace) ; FT. LAUDERDALE: Fresh First, Giraffas Brazilian Kitchen, Bull Market, Sushi Song, Canale, The Keg on Sixth, Beauty and the Feast, Ocean Market Grille; LAKE WORTH: The Island N. PALM BEACH: Barolo Ristorante PALM BEACH GARDENS: The Cooper PEMBROKE PINES: Mikan Japanese Restaurant, Ruchi Indian Restaurant, Antonio’s Pizza & Italian Restaurant, Havana 1957 CubanCuisine POMPANO BEACH: The Gyro Joint, Burgers & Suds SUNRISE: Zinburger Wine & Burger, Chatime WELLINGTON: Trader Joe’s, Red Robbin WEST PALM BEACH: 100 Montaditos, Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen, BJ’s Restaurant and Brew House, Buffalo Wild Wings, 100 Montaditos, Subculture Coffee WILTON MANORS: Mind Your Manors
BOCA RATON: Moonshine Molly’s, Boca Diner on Federal Hwy, after 23 years; Table 42 (now Farmhouse Kitchen)-Bistro Gastronomie (now La Ferme); Fork & Knife at 99 SE Mizner Blvd. (now Yoko -San), Red The Steakhouse (now The Farmer’s Table) , Segreto Restaurant (now Merlino) ; Yoko-San Japanese Steakhouse (was closed and now has reopened with new owners); DELRAY BEACH: Deluxe (now Honey); FORT LAUDERDALE: Canale Restaurant and Bar, The Dubliner, Mancini Modern Italian, Lauderdale Grill, Egmondt Bakery; DEERFIELD BEACH: Angelo’s Station House in The Cove; DELRAY BEACH: The Greek Bistro at 1832 Federal Hwy. ;WEST PALM BEACH: Brewzzi’s at City Place, Barrel & Grain, Top of the Point
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Do you know a middle or high school student, age 11-18, who is interested in starting his own business – but has no idea on how to get the ball rolling? If so we’re here to help. The Boca Chamber’s Golden Bell Education Foundation’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or YEA! is now accepting nominations and applications for the 2015-2016 academic year. Applications are accepted, and student interviews are conducted, on a rolling basis. YEA! will grant admission to a maximum of twenty four students annually. Applications for the 2015-2016 academic year will be accepted until the class cap is achieved. Click Here to download the online application.
For more information please visit www.bocachamber.com, or call the Program Manager Sonya Deros, at (561) 395-4433 ext. 232.
Delray was just named the Most Fun Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today! CLICK HERE: http://www.visitflorida.com/insiders/beaches_and_adventure/action.blog/7239-rand-mcnally–usa-today-name-delray-beach-most-fun-small-town-in-america)
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Well, what are you waiting for? There are 10 new dining spots and plenty of new retail shops that are waiting for you! Not convinced yet? The 200 block of Clematis St. recently won 4 out of the 9 categories in The Miami Herald’s “Best Block in South Florida” competition. Pretty big deal! Come see what Clematis St. and the entire Downtown has for you. Visit WPBGO.com
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I JUST “ADOPTED” a wild dolphin–His name is “Wonder”- I received a “Certificate of Adoption”, a brief life history and color photograph of my dolphin–and a hard copy of the book “An Ocean of Inspiration”–The John Olguin Story. Each dolphin has its own Facebook page (and there are 300 yet to be adopted.) All this for only $30 + $5 for shipping in the U.S. ( Or, perhaps, just get a copy of this wonderful book for $15 + $3 for shipping in the U.S. ) This makes a gift that truly supports a great cause. (Note: You will be helping a dolphin scientist with further exploration, observation and research to help preserve these special mammals. Support the Palm Beach Dolphin Project- For info: email@example.com or 561-762-6473 Click here to watch this video of a dolphin show- CLICK HERE Note By Scientist, Explorer, Author, Dolphin Researcher-Dr. Stefan Harzan: If you have an opportunity to swim with dolphins…why not do it in the open ocean? There, the dolphins may stay close or have the freedom to swim away. It is so much better, because we meet them on their terms.
Contact to adopt your own dolphin: Harzen @Taras.org or 561-762-6473
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO OUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE? (It’s RIGHT HERE IN BOYNTON BEACH!)
ARTHUR R. MARSHALL LOXAHATCHEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Hiking, Guided Bird, Butterfly and Wildflower Walks, Early Morning Bird Walks on the Marsh Trail, Early Morning Bird Watch and Walk – Fly Out, Swamp Strolls, Roving Naturalist on Cypress Swamp Boardwalk or Marsh Trail, Tram Tours of the Marsh, Guided Canoe Trips, Full Moon Guided Canoe Trips, Annual Photography Contest, Annual Juried Art Contest – Loxahatchee Visions, Friends and Family Spring Fling Folk Music Festival, monthly meeting of the Sierra Club Loxahatchee Group (featuring speakers, group kayak or canoe outings)
The Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge preserves a portion of the once vast northern Everglades. It provides habitat and protection for endangered wildlife such as the snail kite and the wood stork and the formerly endangered American alligator.
The main entrance and Visitor Center are located at: 10216 Lee Road – Boynton Beach, FL 33473 It is 2 miles south of Boynton Beach Boulevard, west off US 441/SR7. Contact: 561-734-8303 or more info: CLICK HERE
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