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03/17/2017 ISSUE 11

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Chick-fil-A on the way

A8 A17 B1Popular eatery coming to SLW
Prescription for peril PSL Band’s grand finale

The dangers of legal meds Plays ‘Broadway’ to close season

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 11 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2017

Remote-control
hobby park gets
final council OK

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
[email protected]

A Sunday pot-luck get-together at the Vitalia pool. Their fingers ticked off each
of the votes as roll call was tak-
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN en – with four “Yes” votes Mon-
day night, the Port St. Lucie City
At Vitalia, they’re feeling alive and ready to thrive at 55 Council cleared the way for the
RC Hobby Group to take over the
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer to be as engaged as they wish to be. have on the surrounding area. Many of the Blanton Park property and estab-
[email protected] “They are ready to enjoy themselves,” said residents earned their money elsewhere and lish a safe haven for remote-con-
are bringing and spending it here. trol enthusiasts.
Call it fun in the sun – and then some. Bob Kanjian, a real estate agent for Vitalia’s
Vitalia at Tradition is one of a handful of developer, AV Homes. Without school-aged kids, they don’t add The four board members sit-
active-adult, 55+ communities in St. Lucie to the cost of schools, though their proper- ting in the audience applauded
County, offering a place for younger retirees Kanjian said one of the most overlooked ty taxes support education. They eat out, hit the unanimous vote, none taking
to enjoy their slice of sunshine in Florida and components of active adult communities is to the microphone to address the
the economic impact such developments CONTINUED ON PAGE A4 council.

“Jack’s the most relieved,” Matt
Schors said on behalf of PSL RC
Hobby Group President Jack Fer-
land, who shrugged off the com-
ment.

Ferland and the others spent
the better part of almost two years
scouting locations to find the best

CONTINUED ON PAGE A10

WHEN TEBOW MANIA GOES OVER LINE ...

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer THOMPSON and was subsequently arrested.
[email protected] According to the police report
warned that if she came back,
Mets minor league outfielder she’d be arrested. for the trespass warning citation,
Tim Tebow’s apparent stalker is an officer questioned Thomp-
sitting in the St. Lucie County Two days after that warning, son’s reasons for being near the
Jail facing a trespassing charge she came back to the complex players’ parking lot and asked
after police found her at First for her identification.
Data Field, home of Mets spring
training. Thompson handed over her
Colorado driver’s license, which
Late last month, 36-year-old had a sticker on the back that
Michelle Marie Thompson, of
Arvada, Colo., was issued a tres- CONTINUED ON PAGE A14
pass warning at the field and
Tim Tebow signs autographs at First Data Field in St. Lucie West last week. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN

IN THIS ISSUE ‘Mame’ review: Lots
of sizzle, with a little
LOCAL NEWS A1-A14 bit of fizzle. Page B5

OBITUARIES A13 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B9

HEALTH A16-A19 DINING B10

GOLF B15 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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Fairgrounds powwow honors Native-American traditions

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent The Florida Indian Hobbyist Association’s annual powwow will be ta — and related tribes — in Southeast
Friday to Sunday, March 24 to 26, at the St. Lucie County Fairgrounds. Florida.
St. Lucie’s Florida Indian Hobbyist As-
sociation is pitching the teepees at the PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE FLORIDA INDIAN HOBBYIST ASSOCIATION The Explorer Scout Post 476, Fort Pierce,
county fairgrounds March 24-26 for its started the Florida Indian Hobbyist Asso-
annual powwow. Not all the entertainment will be in the like this are slowly disappearing — espe- ciation in 1965. This is the 52nd anniver-
arena. There’s going to be a teepee village, cially in Florida they are going away.” sary of the powwow. The group claims it’s
“I call it the Best Powwow in Florida,” craft competition, Saturday midnight the longest-running hobbyist powwow in
Richard Gallant, president of the associa- auction, and … Native-American culture is diverse. To- the Southeast.
tion, said. “Our theme this year is ‘Return- day there are more than 560 federally-rec-
ing to Our Traditions.’” “We have a living museum this year,” ognized tribes, and many claims of tribal Gallant said he’s not Native American,
Gallant said. “We’ll have people there remnants that don’t have recognition. Ad- but his family developed a deep appreci-
The powwow will have numerous musi- talking about the artifacts.” ditionally, there are innumerable people ation for its cultures.
cal groups. Among them are the Ottertrail who claim Native American ancestry that
Singers, who are Apaches from Oklaho- There’ll be more. isn’t recognized, because they don’t have, “My kids are heavily involved in the Boy
ma. That state’s name is a Choctaw word “We have the vendors,” Gallant said. or aren’t aware of, ancestors who gained Scouts (of America),” he said.
meaning “red people.” Among the other “We have 24 regular craft vendors. All of federal recognition.
musical guests are: the Red Boys, a group our vendors have to be invited” to ensure That got them involved in the Order of
of Cree; and Arvel Bird, whose mixed her- authenticity of the crafted items. There are two federally-recognized the Arrow. The order dates back to 1915.
itage led him to fuse Native American and There’ll also be storytellers on hand. tribes in Florida. Those are the related It’s commonly called the national honor
Celtic sounds. Gallant said that community powwows Seminole and Miccosukee. Before Eu- society of the Boy Scouts. Selected mem-
seem to be declining. ropean settlement started, Florida had bers are those who exemplify the Scout
“We have a flute player,” Gallant said. “Sadly, there’s not that many anymore,” numerous tribes, ranging from Choctaw Oath and Law. The order uses ceremonies
“His name is Ed Winddancer.” he said, adding “a lot of the smaller events in the western Panhandle, to the Teques- inspired by Native Americans.

Winddancer is from Englewood. The powwow gets underway on Friday,
Native-American culture has dancing March 24. Gates open at 3 p.m. There’ll be
to go with the music. And not all Native a grand entry at 7 p.m. That’ll be repeated
Americans come from north of the Rio twice on Saturday and again on Sunday.
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the shops, enjoy countless activities – all of The clubhouse also has a state-of-the-art that many of the residents were corporate David Hogan, a Vitalia resident, rides his bicycle to the
which generate jobs in the local market. fitness center, a heated pool with cabanas, executives, driven to lead. Many put their
and outdoor dining. new-found time and considerable experi- exercise facility in the clubhouse, above, which was
“They come with a lot of money in their ence into working with various charitable
pockets,” he added. Vitalia at Tradition also offers the larg- groups. recently nationally recognized. PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN
est synthetic turf green at its 18-hole golf
And, they need a place to live. course, five tennis courts and six pickleball Kanjian said that as the Baby Boomer gen-
That’s where Vitalia at Tradition comes in. courts – a sport that attracts people of all eration continues to enter retirement, there
With 1,244 homes at build-out, there are a ages and abilities. will continue to be a need for active-adult
little more than 240 still available, starting in communities.
the $180,000s. For the last 4 ½ years, there “That place is rocking and rolling at 6
are between 40 and 60 homes under various a.m.,” Kanjian said of the pickleball facility. “We’re excited” about the state of the mar-
points of construction, employing hundreds ket, he said. The generation will continue to
of workers from any number of trades. But for all the community offers its resi- expand over the next decade, necessitating
“They never leave,” Kanjian said of the dents, he said, it’s the people who breathe even more housing.
landscaping crew alone; with more than 700 life into the community.
homes built, there is no shortage of yards Kanjian hinted that AV Homes could fur-
and landscapes to keep maintained. “People are what make it work,” he said, ther expand in the Port St. Lucie area – but
The homeowners association “lifestyle explaining that there are numerous clubs, no firm plans have been made.
team” employs about a half-dozen people groups and organizations created by and for
responsible for helping new residents get the residents. And among those groups are For more information on AV Homes and
settled in and connected to groups that in- volunteering opportunities. the communities of Vitalia at Tradition and
terest them. Solivita, visit www.AVHomesInc.com. 
Each of them, in turn, go out into the “There is a tremendous amount of hu-
greater community, spending their money man power” at Vitalia, Kanjian said, adding
and further generating a larger economic
impact.
Kanjian said AV Homes averages 16 sales
monthly in the Vitalia at Tradition commu-
nity, “quite a quick pace.”
Homebuyers can take delivery of a home
in as little as about four months, he said, ex-
plaining that a couple of homes are kept in
inventory at any given time. Those wanting
a home built from the ground up or to make
design and feature decisions can move in
within six months of closing on the contract.
While most active-adult communities
offer similar amenities – pools, clubhouses,
tennis courts, golf courses, and the like – Vi-
talia at Tradition stands out with three offer-
ings not found most anywhere else.
For one, its resident clubhouse, Captiva
Club, received the Silver Award for “Best 55+
Clubhouse” from the National Association
of Homebuilders.
Housed within the clubhouse is the Grand
Ballroom – a 5,000-square-foot facility com-
plete with a full stage for shows, plays and
other performances.
“Without it, you don’t really have a com-
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HOBBY PARK APPROVED passed the ordinance. Councilwoman Jo- from the meeting, resulting in the 4-0 vote. how to operate a variety of remote-con-
lien Caraballo had previously voiced sup- Ferland’s wife, Kathy, said she’s happy trolled vehicles – be they cars, planes,
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 port for the park, explaining that her hus- quad-copters or boats – safely and under
band is an RC hobbyist. the vote is done and the park will happen; the rules of the law.
place for an RC park. “It’s something we it means that the park-related gear that’s
needed to have,” Ferland said, standing “We appreciate everyone working to- been stockpiled in her home will finally be Ferland said it will take time to get the
outside the Council chambers. gether to bring recreation” to the city, May- moved out. “It’s awesome,” she said. “I even property ready for use.
or Gregory Oravec said Monday night mo- get a room back! I’m happy.”
The City Council didn’t debate or dis- ments before the vote. For those interested in joining the Port St.
cuss the five-year lease agreement when it Fellow member Matt Reynolds said the Lucie RC Hobby Group, email Ferland at ps-
Vice Mayor Shannon Martin was absent park will be a place where people can learn [email protected]

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Net gains: Rackets-to-rods technology reeling in customers

BY RAY McNULTY | Staff Writer His goal was to find a blend of carbon the fibers shipped from Korea, under the ing his fishing rods.
fibers braided to create a more responsive name, “Hooked Rods,” at local shops, in- “My job is at The Moorings and I’m very
Robert Kowalczyk has fused his liveli- and durable lightweight rod that he said cluding Vero Tackle and Marina, Native
hood with his lifelong hobby, and the Trea- “will revolutionize the fishing industry.” Tackle Supply in Sebastian and White’s happy there,” said Kowalczyk, 36.
sure Coast tennis director is excited about He believes he has found the right formula. Tackle in Fort Pierce. “This isn’t even a second job,” he added.
the way his latest business venture – based
on a rackets-to-rods technology he pio- “Racket manufacturers were using com- He also promoted his products using so- “I’ve always had a passion for fishing, and
neered three-plus years ago – is catching binations of different fibers and graphite cial-media outlets, such as Facebook and this is just a hobby for me.”
on. to make tennis rackets lighter, more du- Instagram, and through word of mouth.
rable and with greater feel, and I thought: So when Reilly pitched the possibility
Not only did he say he has sold “thou- Why not do the same with fishing rods?” “I started with 100 rods at $45 apiece, of rebranding, expanding and opening a
sands of rods” in the past couple years, but Kowalczyk said. “Tennis was my career and they sold in a week,” said Kowalczyk, store locally – he already had a location in
the former junior tennis champion also and fishing was my hobby, so it just made who connected with manufacturers in mind – Kowalczyk seized the opportunity
has franchised the first ManOwar Fishing sense to me. China through a tennis club member who
Company store in Vero Beach. does business there. “I increased the order The store opened last summer, after
“I spent a lot of money on the technol- to 600 for the second batch of rods, which Reilly leased the property from Siam Or-
He’s hoping the store, located next-door ogy, experimenting with multiple fibers I sold for $70 apiece, and they were gone.” chid and completely renovated the interior.
to Siam Orchid Thai & Sushi Restaurant and multiple manufacturers,” he added. “It He said customers “seem to like what we’re
at the northwestern corner of the Miracle took about a year before I got some rods I He ordered 5,000 more. doing.” Kowalczyk selected the ManOwar
Mile, will be followed by other franchise wanted.” But Kowalczyk, who said he works “60 to name, designed the logo emblazoned on
locations. 70 hours a week” running [the Vero tennis hats and apparel, and continues to tinker
Soon afterward, Kowalczyk began sell- club] The Moorings’ tennis operation, had with his rod technology, seeking to im-
“I own the brand – the ManOwar name ing the rods, manufactured in China with little time to devote to marketing and sell- prove performance. He’s also planning to
and logo, as well as the technology – and I add products, including offshore rods and
supply the fishing rods,” Kowalczyk said. PETS OF THE WEEK reels, to his brand.
“But I don’t own the store, and I don’t have
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noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and
Instead, the store is owned and operat- I am a sweet 10 year old 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
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IN LOVING MEMORY TREASURING LIFE

DELTA BOHLANDER, 92 Brennity at Tradition, where she safely and “T‰easu‰e Coast Hospice
Tradition comfortably resided for the past four and a lifted a weight
half years. off ou‰ shoulders”.
Delta Bohlander, 92, peacefully passed
away on Friday, March 3, in the Brennity at Del will be remembered as a warm, self- With our support, families “Peggy cared for our mom at home
Tradition in Port St. Lucie. She was born in less, modest woman of steadfast Christian can be more confident during a long illness so Mom could be
Jersey City, N.J., two months after her family faith and devotion to St. Bernadette Catho- with the family she loved. But in the
immigrated from Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. lic Church. Her radiant smile, tremendous caregivers and spend more final months when Mom’s condition
work ethic, generous pursuits in finding quality time together. got worse, her doctor recommended
She was preceded in death by her par- jobs for others, and lending hospitality to Treasure Coast Hospice. They provided
ents, John and Sarah Echeveria, her beloved loved ones in need of a home, define her To learn more, call us at expert care for Mom, supported our
husband of 59 years, Fred Bohlander, her legacy that lives forever in our hearts. (866) 999-4550 or visit caregiving and guided the whole family.
siblings, Helbert, George and Elda, and her This was the relief we needed to enjoy
granddaughter, Cashen Nicole Bohlander. PETER F. HAUCK, 54 tchospice.org. time with Mom.”
Port St. Lucie
She is survived by her soulmate and Serving all, regardless of – Ellen and Peggy
sister, Terry Echeveria; five children, Fred Peter F. Hauck, 54, of Port St. Lucie passed ability to pay. Margaret’s daughters
(Ann) Bohlander Jr., Nancy (Keith) Hinman, away Wednesday, March 8, at the Mayo Clin-
Susan (Tom) Banet, Barbara (Tom) Bar- ic in Jacksonville, Fla. Born in Ann Arbor, Licensed since 1982. ©2012 Treasure Coast Hospice.
clay and Robert (Sharon) Bohlander; eight Mich., Peter was a resident of Port St. Lucie
grandchildren, Fred (Amy) Bohlander III, for many years.
Scotty Nielson, Colette, Danielle and Blake
Banet, Jen (Joe) Knuepfer, Ben (Melissa) He earned his master’s degree, and was
and Cam Bohlander; and one great-grand- a mechanical engineer for Pratt-Whitney,
child, Ava. Palm Beach County. Mr. Hauck was a mem-
ber of St. Lucie Catholic Church in Port St.
Del’s various employers included Amer- Lucie.
ican Airlines, Union Carbide, Avon and
Volkswagen. For 40 years she was the of- Survivors include his daughter, Nicole
fice manager for multiple oral surgeons in Hauck; son, Christopher Hauck; and their
Bowie, Md., where she was affectionately mother, Liezyl Hauck of Port St. Lucie; his
known as “Mrs. B.” parents, Fred and Margaret Hauck of Putnam
Valley, N.Y.; and two brothers, Paul Hauck, of
The Bohlander family abundantly thanks Sydney, Australia, and Scott Hauck and his
Dr. Robert Chua and staff for their profes- wife, Susan, of Seattle, Wash.
sional care which they provided with digni-
ty and kindness, as well as the loving staff of

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 Camilo Perez De La Cruz, 34, 2086 SW Ca-  Shatel Delores Alexander, 25, 3302
pri St., Port St. Lucie, and 9830 SW Eastbrook Meadow Lane, Fort Pierce; Arrest Location:
Circle, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location: 460 1675 NW St. Lucie West Blvd., Port St. Luc-
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ing Agency: Port St. Lucie Police Department; Department; Charge(s): 4 Felony Warrants
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cannabis, Use/possession of drug parapher- ijuana under 20 grams, Possession of drug
nalia, Sale/manufacture/possession with paraphernalia, and Resisting an officer
intent to sell, etc. cannabis, Possession of without violence – and 3 Felony charges of
premises for trafficking/sale/manufacture of Sale of Cocaine, Cocaine possession, and
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 Christopher Reed Schroeder, 21, 2641 SW  Ronald Eric Ronneburger, 60, 669 SE Tan-
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Appear on Reckless Driving violation. nellas County, Fla.

‑ Reports compiled through information provided by the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.

ALLEGED TEBOW STALKER address on her Colorado license is not
current and that, instead, she lives with
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Tebow in Jacksonville, the report states.

read, “I (heart icon) Jesus/Tim Tebow,” New York Mets staff asked officers to
according to the report. She told the of- issue Thompson a trespass warning and
ficer she was at the field to see Tebow, she was instructed to leave. When she
the Florida football legend and former asked where she should go, an officer told
Heisman Trophy winner whom she re- her it “was probably in her best interest to
ferred to as “Tim” and said they were in a depart St. Lucie County,” according to the
relationship. report.

When pressed as to the type of relation- Instead of leaving St. Lucie County for
ship – “a friendly relationship, a platonic good, though, Thompson returned to
relationship, a romantic relationship or First Data Field two days later and drove
possibly a matrimonial relationship” – past security and began walking toward
Thompson giggled, according to the of- the field.
ficer’s report and said, “All of the above.”
Authorities responded and placed her
Thompson went on to explain that the under arrest.

She is still in jail in lieu of $750 bail. 

Public input sought on Sheriff’s Office assessment

Sheriff Ken Mascara announced that a creditation website:http://flaccreditation.
team of assessors from the Commission
40% Off for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation org/standards.htm.
(CFA) will arrive April 18 to examine all as-
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Bonz has a good-a time with new buddy Buddha

Hi Dog Buddies! “Don’t I know it! I’m one lucky dog. See, I bark and bark to alert
I was a rescue, got brought to a shelter Mama and Daddy, and we
This week I had lotsa fun yapping with a down in Miami. I figure I was around 2 at chase ’em away.”
rescue mix, Buddha Rico, who is a very cool the time.”
poocheroo. I was intrigued right off the bat “Wow! That is Seri-
cuz, in his email, he casually mentioned I started writing. “Go on.” ously Cool Kibbles!” I ex-
that he could meow. I KNOW, right? At first “The shelter had a lotta humans who claimed.
I was skeptical: l thought, “Oh suuure, it’s were foster pooch parents; my Mama was
probly just a weird woof.” He seemed like one of ‘em. She been fosterin’ for years and “I believe in helping
a frenly sorta pooch, and I was lookin’ for- there were always several pooches in the others, no matter what
ward to the interview. house. Well, we hit it off right away, so she species. Like sea turtles.
took me, just to foster till I got adopted. I’m sure you know our
Buddha was in the front yard with his Well, thank Lassie, Mama and Daddy de- coastline is, like, THE top
Mom when me and my Assistant arrived, cided there was No Way they were gonna turtle hatching area on
and he came right up for the Wag-and- give me up. And here I am. I’m about 10 the PLAnet!”
Sniff. He was smaller than me, nice black now. When we moved up here I loved it
coat, a little salt-and-peppery in the whis- right away. There’s all this room to run, and “I do know that.”
kers. I love hangin’ out with my fish pals.” “Well, coupla years
“Fish pals? Are you Woofin’ me right back, there was this big
“Welcome! OK if I call you Bonz? I’m now?” storm, not a hurry-cane,
Buddha, of course. This is my Mama, Tee. “Nope. I’ll show you. Come see.” but lotsa wind and waves.
My Daddy’s workin’. He’s Chris. How ’bout The waves washed hun-
lets yap down by the pond.” He walked to the edge of the deck and dreds of baby turtles
three big fish swam up. “See that gold smack outta their off-
He had a big fenced yard. Down a little one with the black face, kinda looks like a shore, seagrass nursery,
slope was the pond, ackshully two ponds, mask? That’s Zorro. The white one with the and whooshed them all
with a buncha fish. Big pretty colored ones. big caboose, that’s Bubba Gump. And the back ashore. So Mama
white and gold one, that’s Cheeto. I’m sor- and Daddy and a bun-
“Bonz is fine,” I said, followin’ him down ta their protector. Big ol’ herons usta spot cha other humans from
to the ponds, which hadda bench and a the pond and swoop down for some fishin’. Melbourne Turtle Res-
nice little deck. “Dog! Nice place you got!” But NOW, when they get anywhere near, cue helped scoop them
up and get ’em back safe
WE BUY GOLD! to their nursery. Me and Buddha.
Mama very gently gath-
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• GOLD & THE WAT EWELRY little while, to make sure springs. She said “Roll over!” and he did.
• ROLEX they were OK. Everybody should get a Not just one little roll-over, either. He
• OMEGA second chance, doncha think? I did! I’ve rolled across the floor like a ball. THEN
heard humans call helpin’ like that payin’ she said “Sneeze!” And, believe it or not,
SILVER HOSPITAL • TAG it forward.” he achoo’ed. Several times. Sounded just
Jewelry • CITIZEN I was totally impressed. “Buddha, you’re like a human!
• SEIKO AND a real inspiration! A great role model for
puppies to follow!” For the finale, his Mom said “Meow,
MORE! “Well, thanks, Bonz. A dog’s gotta do Buddha.” And he DID! It was no weird bark
what a dog’s gotta do.” either. It was a gen-u-wine, you’d-swear-
Your Trusted Source for I nodded. “So, got any favorite food? it-was-a-cat Meow.
How ’bout other animal pals? Do you travel
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair. much? And your email said you can meow “See,” he said proudly, “I wasn’t woof-
like a cat. We’re you just woofin’ me?” in’!”
NEW LOCATION! He laughed. “First off: CHEESE! I’m a
BIG FAN. Me an Mama have a GARden, You sure weren’t! Buddha, you’re some
Clocks Make an I love the fresh veggies, ’specially kale poocheroo!”
Wonderful and collards. My vet was like ‘Waa-aat?’
Me and my girlfriend, Sasha, play on the Heading home, I was thinking about
Family beach, just across the road. She’s an Aus- Buddha and how he protects his fish pals,
Heirlooms tralian Shepherd with pretty eyes, one of and helped those baby turtles. And how he
’em’s blue. My other Bestie is my next-door can speak Cat. And how he works in the
NEXT TO We Make House MARIO STEISEL CERTIFIED neighbor Xup, pronounced Zoop, a sweet, garden and enjoys green veggies. I figured
WEST END GRILL Calls For ROLEX WATCHMAKER basic-brown cat. She taught me the ben- I could really learn some important stuff
efits of cat-napping. I LOVE to travel. I fly from him. Except for the kale.
Grandfather Delta cuz I have a strong affinity for Delta
Clocks Biscuits. Plus I get to stay in the cabin with Till next time,
Mama. I’m an unticketed lap pooch. Once
1680 ST LUCIE WEST BLVD. I got a pupgrade, and got my own seat. The Bonz
“NOW, me an Mama will show you my
www.thewatchandjewelryhospital.com 772.343.9411 tricks. I work for FOOD!” DON’T BE SHY!
We went up to the house and his Mom We are always looking for pets
got out the treats. She said “Jump up high!” with interesting stories. To set
and he launched skyward like he was on
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PROSTATE TREATMENT The Harvard Medical School, mean- Spring into a new You!
while, points out that during its clinical
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A16 trials “nearly one in three prostates treat- Before & After 6 Weeks, 1 Treatment, Flanks and Abdomen
ed with HIFU tested positive for cancer in Weight Change: 0 lbs. Courtesy of S. Doherty, MD
for prostate ablation,” which in layman’s biopsies taken two years after treatment.”
terms means it’s approved for the destruc- SculpSure is a registered trademark of Cynosure, Inc. Copyright © 2016, Cynosure, Inc. All rights reserved.
tion of prostate tissue. Nonetheless, this newly approved ultra-
sound treatment is now available here on Non-Invasive Body Contouring Treatment
JAMA, meanwhile, claims this ultra- the Treasure Coast and Crawford is one of
sound procedure failed in its first two at- its biggest proponents. Give yourself 25 minutes. Just 25 minutes to melt away stubborn fat like
tempts at garnering an FDA greenlight “love handles”, the “mommy pooch”, and even “bat wings”.
because of “the inability of HIFU to demon- “Most individuals” with prostate cancer,
strate efficacy or direct patient benefit.” says the gregarious Crawford, “want three Coastal OBGYN Specialists is proud to provide women of the Treasure Coast the
things. They want to have no cancer; they latest technology in Body Contouring. We are not a laser mill. We took a long time to
Crawford brushes aside HIFU’s various want to be dry and not have any problems listen to women and consider the type of aesthetic procedure we wanted to roll out to
naysayers by stating, “We are able to com- with leakage or incontinence; and they want our patients. SculpSure uses safe laser technology to reduce fat in trouble spots with
bine great imaging with wonderful radio- to be potent. If they’re getting good erec- NO needles, NO need for anesthetics, and NO down time. Call us at 772-785-8000
logic interpretation. We feel very comfort- tions now they want to have good erections
able saying … yes we can treat you; yes we after they’re treated [and] HIFU gives us the now to schedule your complimentary consultation and to find out about
can minimize the side effects; and yes we best options with regards to doing that.” our special pricing!
can keep your quality of life good – and
there is a great chance we can cure your To administer this high-intensity fo- 772.785.8000
prostate cancer.” cused ultrasound treatment, doctors such
as Crawford “insert an ultrasound probe 501 NW Lake Whitney Place #106
More mainstream prostate cancer treat- into the rectum and then focus beams of Port St Lucie, FL 34986
ment options, including traditional surgery, sound waves onto cancerous portions of
robotic surgery, radiation therapy, chemo- the [prostate] gland.”
therapy and cryotherapy, or the freezing of
the prostate, have had years of impressive On an encouraging note, Fox Health
documented success in beating this disease. does say “current research suggests that
Fox Health News, for example, points to older patients who cannot tolerate surgery
what it calls “a 99 percent five-year survival or patients diagnosed at the earliest stages
rate in current prostate cancer treatments.” of the prostate cancer should be asked if
they prefer HIFU as an option.”
That sets an incredibly high bar for HIFU
to reach just to be competitive. Dr. Joseph Crawford is with Advanced
Urology Associates of Florida at 1986 35th
Moreover, says Fox, “Patients with en- Avenue in Vero Beach. The phone number is
larged prostates are not considered eligible 772-562-9339. 
for HIFU treatment.”

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS sheer volume of drugs on the market, hos-
pitals can’t carry every medication or brand
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A17 name. “So when patients come in,” explains
Rosenbaum, “let’s say they take Crestor as
Rosenbaum’s encyclopedic knowledge of home. A hospital, for whatever reason, may
the different medications available for dif- not carry Crestor, so they will substitute
ferent cardiac conditions is both massive Lipitor or a generic Lipitor, which is atorvas-
and reassuring, but he’s definitely not above tatin.
turning to technology for a little assistance.
“The patient will come home with ‘ator-
“We use E-clinical Works,” says Rosen- vastatin’ written on their discharge papers
baum, which is a computer algorithm that with a prescription. But they also have
can automatically alert him to potentially Crestor sitting at home. I’ve had patients
harmful drug interactions as well as the risk taking [both] atorvastatin and Crestor when
for medications that might “build up” with- they come to me for their post-op visit.”
in the body. The program also alerts when
multiple drugs might bind with the same That’s double-dosing and it can be ex-
receptor cells within the liver, canceling out tremely dangerous.
their effectiveness.
“There’s another issue that worsens that
All of that, however, is not to say Rosen- whole problem,” Rosenbaum continues,
baum will automatically “just say no” to all “and that is automatic [prescription] renew-
new cardio drugs. al from a pharmacy. It’s a big problem be-
cause those medications just keep coming,”
“There’s a brand-new medication now and if not closely monitored the result can
called Entresto,” says Rosenbaum, “which is be fatal.
huge. It’s going to help us with our heart-fail-
ure patients tremendously. And there is ex- The best safeguard for every patient is to
cellent data supporting it.” ask questions. Don’t worry about “bother-
ing” your doctor with those questions. Take
Indeed, according to Rosenbaum, notes if you need them to jog your memory.
“There’s so much supportive data for En- Prescription drugs can improve, enhance
tresto that all cardiologists are using it. Or and prolong your life.
they should be.”
But they can also kill you.
Still, this particular cardiologist is also
well aware of the circumstances that can Dr. Alan Rosenbaum is with the Indian
lead to serious prescription drug problems. River Medical Center’s Welsh Heart Center in
Vero Beach. His office is in the new Health and
For example, Rosenbaum cites what’s Wellness building at 3450 11th Court, Suite
known as “a hospital formulary.” 102. The phone number is 772-778-8687. 

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Coming Up! ‘MAME’: LOTS OF SIZZLE, A BIT OF FIZZLE

GET BACK TO THE
‘McCARTNEY YEARS’
TONIGHT AT SUNRISE

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer The blockbuster show ‘Mame’ is playing to packed houses at Vero’s Riverside Theatre. Michelle Genz reviews the big hit of the season on Page B5. PHOTOS: HOLLY PORCH
[email protected]
PSL COMMUNITY BAND PLAYS ‘BROADWAY’
1 The national tour of “The
McCartney Years” will be BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent rus Line’ and ‘Oliver,’” said Tradition’s Patricia The band’s season kicks off in fall.
on stage at the Sunrise The- Vaida, president of the band. “We have jazz. “In November, we have a ‘Salute to Ameri-
atre in Fort Pierce tonight. The The Port St. Lucie Community Band is taking We have Glen Miller music and Frank Sinatra ca,’” Vaida said.
show covers two decades of Mc- it all the way to Broadway with its much-antici- music.” The band does a holiday-themed show in
Cartney’s songs, from the Beat- pated final concert of the 2016-2017 season. On December, and follows it up with two more
les though the Wings years, re- Wednesday, March 22, the band will perform She added, “These are all familiar tunes that concerts annually. Vaida said there’s a wide
maining true to the music and “From Broadway to Big Band” at the Port St. have been going around for years.” Doors open range of musicians in the band. “Some of our
the style. Lucie Civic Center. at 6:30 p.m. The civic center is at 9221 SE Civic
“The band,” reported Bruce Center Place. Advanced tickets are $7 each. CONTINUED ON PAGE B9
Andriatch in the Buffalo News, “We have all the Broadway shows like ‘Cho-
“plays as if it’s the 1970s, and
doesn’t break character. It’s
not a cover band, but actor/
musicians playing the roles of
Wings members.” All the songs
are performed to their original
arrangements, including hits
like “Hey Jude,” “Jet,” “Let It Be,”
“Band On The Run,” “The Long
and Winding Road,” “Live And
Let Die,” “Lady Madonna” and
many, many more. The theater
promo predicts you’ll “jump
out of your seat to clap, sing
and dance,” and I can tell you, if
“The McCartney Years” website
concert video of “Live and Let
Die” is any indication, you will,
or, at the very least, you’ll really

CONTINUED ON PAGE B4

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ACTOR TAKES ON ‘FLAWED LEADER’ IN ‘CHRISTIANS’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer visionary man,” he said. seen as a betrayal.”
[email protected] Cooper is very excited about the oppor-
“He’s a flawed leader.
Brian Myers Cooper appeared this sea- tunity to perform in this challenging work.
son as the maitre d’ in “An Empty Plate He’s having a vision for a “I hope the audience will have open
in the Café du Grand Boeuf” at the Riv-
erside Theatre. When he takes the stage better future, but (while) hearts and minds and allow us to explore
as the pastor in the Lucas Hnath drama these things,” he said. “We’re all in it to-
“The Christians,” at the Riverside March being brave and visionary gether, the audience and those on stage.
21-April 9, he feels he will have done a good We’re delving into deep questions.”
job if no one recognizes him. The roles are is wonderful, if you are
that different. The actor said that the crisis of identity
unable to corral your fol- is particularly difficult for Pastor Paul, a
In a phone call from his home in New member of the clergy. He can’t turn to his
York, Myers explained what he meant. lowers down a path that pastor for answers. The audience also dis-
covers that members of the clergy are, well,
“It’s a challenging play because it does is scary, you will fail. This human.
what I love most about the theater. It holds
up a mirror to us and asks hard questions. is a lesson for any lead- “It’s finding out that they’re human and
It purports to find some answers and dis- making it up as they go along,” Cooper
suades the audience from accepting those er. If you don’t have deep said. “They’re just muddling through, too.”
answers. You can feel on one side or the
other. Hnath pretty brilliantly doesn’t have consensus, change will go Cooper loves the Riverside, which is
an agenda other than to challenge you, able to give voice to so many different
wherever you fall on the spectrum of be- badly.” types of theater.
liefs. That’s pretty remarkable.”
Cooper has read the “I love that this theater has a place for
The play centers on Pastor Paul and his things like ‘Mame’ and right next door is
church. It has grown from a small store- play numerous times and something completely different,” he said.
front to a megachurch with thousands of “It’s the best of all that we want theater
congregants. On the day the congregants is moved by it each time. to be.”
are about to pay off the church debts, Pas-
tor Paul gives them unsettling news about “He is such a brave, The Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park
his own crisis of faith. Dr., Vero Beach, presents the Lucas Hnath
flawed character,” he drama, “The Christians, March 21-April 9 on
The role is one Cooper embraced. the Waxlax Stage. Tickets are $45. Call the
“Pastor Paul is an incredibly brave and said. “Those are the most box office at 772-231-6990 or order online at
www.riversidetheatre.com. 
interesting to play. We’re

not allowed to go through

life unchallenged. If the

character is allowed to do

that, it’s a boring ride for Brian Myers Cooper, right, will star as Pastor Paul in Riverside Theatre’s production

the actor.” of the drama ‘The Christians’ March 21-April 9. PHOTO COURTESY OF RIVERSIDE THEATRE

Pastor Paul is going

through a significant crisis of faith, and, as scary and they do not react well. His crisis

a man of conscience, he decides to lead his becomes one for everyone. Everyone digs

congregants down a path he now sees as in. It’s challenging because a leader in the

the true one. world can point to empirical facts. In mat-

“That threatens them,” Cooper said. ters of faith, there is no empirical fact. Even

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‘MAME’: AMID MUCH SIZZLE, A LITTLE FIZZLE

BY MICHELLE GENZ | Staff Writer “Auntie Mame” the play opened on Broadway in 1956. to boarding school at the insistence of his stuffy
“Mame” the musical opened 10 years later starring An- trustee. And Mame musters enough esprit to go
Riverside Theatre’s big, beautiful “Mame” gela Lansbury. As Mame Dennis, an unmarried bohe- out and get a job. After flopping in show business
banks on the same things many of its shows bank mian with plenty of dough, is enjoying the last hoots of – literally; she slips off a hanging moon – she finds
on: splashy sets, a polished cast, and terrific mu- the Roaring ’20s with her adults-only social circle, her a job as a manicurist. Right off, she is crushing
sic that long ago etched a groove in the minds 10-year-old nephew, newly orphaned, comes from a farm on her first client, distracted to the point of filing
of an audience old enough to have gone to the in Iowa to live with her, his only living relative (she had his fingertips raw. But the debonair Beauregard
Broadway show. no idea.) Jackson Pickett Burnside is equally smitten, and
in one of several attempts at vintage racy humor,
That was half a century ago. Anywhere else but That little boy, alone with his suitcase, is a sobering sweeps her off to Peckerwood, his Southern plan-
Vero, with its large senior demographic, bank- harbinger of the times ahead, even as Mame all but offers tation.
ing on a hit from another time and sensibility is him a cocktail then shuffles him off to an experimental
something of a gamble. This production has all school involving (gasp) group nudity. Mame and little Alas, on their ’round-the-world honeymoon,
the pieces in place, with some roles large enough Patrick are barely bonded when the stock market crash- Beauregard falls down an “Alp” to his death.
to include some real emotions, yet it never quite es, a buzz-kill if ever there was one. The boy is bundled off Mame, now a wealthy widow, comes home to find
connects in that regard. That leaves the comedy that Patrick has grown into a preppy bore. Worse,
hanging, and the show well this side of relatable. he is engaged to a racist rich girl. Mame takes care
of that in a hurry, dispatching with the future in-laws by
With a book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. buying up a lot next door to them for a home for unwed
Lee, the musical is based on the Lawrence and Lee play mothers. Instead, she sets the newly liberated Patrick up
“Auntie Mame.” That play along with a subsequent film with a nice New York decorator (female – it’s still the ’60s,
starred Rosalind Russell in a career-defining role. Both after all). The final scene jumps ahead 10 years and has
were drawn from a novel by Patrick Dennis, a pseud- Mame taking Patrick’s son to India.
onym for Edward Everett Tanner III. “Auntie Mame: An The cast is led by Michele Ragusa as Mame Dennis.
Irreverent Escapade,” published in 1955, became a mas- Last season at Riverside, Ragusa starred in another Jer-
sive best-seller, and became one of three Tanner works ry Herman musical from the same era, “Hello, Dolly.” On
simultaneously on the New York Times best-seller list. Broadway, she has played in “Young Frankenstein,” “Uri-
netown,” “Ragtime” and “Titanic,” stepping in for the
Like his auntie heroine, Tanner himself led something lead at the last minute for the one-night 20th anniversary
of a socially radical existence. After marrying a woman “Titantic” concert in Lincoln Center.
and having two children, the bisexual Tanner became
well-known in the gay scene in Greenwich Village. When CONTINUED ON PAGE B7
Tanner’s books went out of print in the 1970s, he worked
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COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer each do a hell of a job in what we do and BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer ters squirm and the great lengths they
[email protected] go to to make up stuff. I have a young
[email protected] we love working, creating the character cast and they are stepping up.”
It’s a man’s worst nightmare – or his
Singer Avery Sommers, who lives in and filling in the blanks. It’s a joy to pull greatest fantasy. A groom wakes up on The cast includes Kevin Whitman as
the morning of his wedding to find a the groom, as well as Kendall Krueger,
south Florida, is having a busy time on our tricks out of our handbags.” young lady, not his fiancée, in bed with Cameron Whitlock, Justice Adderley,
him. Of course, there is panic, and as Megan Shea Brennan, Kayla Higgins
the Treasure Coast. On March 18-19, she Rabbi and cantor Bruce Benson of he tries to get her fully clothed and out and Cheryl Peek.
of the hotel room, the bride arrives.
will appear with Ken Page at the Lyric Temple Beth El Israel said that this series, The stranger is trapped in the bath- “This is a really democratic show,”
room. Moberg said. “Kevin plays the groom,
Theatre in a tribute to Fats Waller. Then, known as “Broadway Scores,” started but it’s not necessarily the lead. Every-
This is the premise for Robin Haw- one is equally important. One of the
on April 1, she will bring several years ago. don’s comedy, “Perfect Wedding,” best roles is the maid.”
which will be presented March
Broadway and the Great “Once a year, we have 30-April 1 at Indian River State Col- In typical theatrical fashion, the
lege’s McAlpin Fine Arts Center. maid is the only one telling the truth.
American Songbook to a series of people who
David Moberg, head of the visual “It’s been a joy to work on this show,”
Temple Beth El Israel in have actually performed and performing arts department and Moberg said. “There’s young blood and
the play’s director, explained why he lots of enthusiasm. After ‘Man of La
Port St. Lucie. on Broadway,” he said. chose this play. “It’s a great show, it’s Mancha,’ this is pure silly, stupid fun. It
has no redeeming social commentary.”
Accompanied by a pia- “‘Broadway Scores’ at- ‘Perfect Wedding.’
While this is the final show of the
no, bass and drums, she tempt to bring people from PHOTO COURTESY OF INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE season, Moberg will continue offering
summer shows in the Wynne Black
will entertain audiences the Broadway stage here. just wonderful,” he said. “I’ve done Box Theatre. This summer, the accent
most of Robin Hawdon’s work. Most is on murder, with the psychological
with some of the best mu- Avery has that. We’re very is good and I think it’s his best. The thriller “Murder in Green Meadows” in
reversals are so quick. He’s a genius May and the plot-driven “The Perfect
sic America has to offer. excited we have access to at leading up one path and it’s just Murder” in June. He will direct one; a
the opposite. Once you know every- former student will direct the other.
Sommers received a de- people who have func- thing, it’s fun watching the characters Moberg enjoys introducing people to
lie to each other and squirm. It’s just the Black Box Theatre and having no
gree in musical theater Avery Sommers. tioned at that level. These so much fun. We’re in rehearsals now sets, just the audience and the actors.
from Florida A&M, and ap- are people of achieve- and (we’re talking about) how to tex- It’s an opportunity for more of the stu-
PHOTO COURTESY OF AVERY SOMMERS ture your lie.” dents to perform and a chance for the
audience to be close to the action.
peared on Broadway with ment.” So he’s teaching his students how to
lie? Only in a theatrical sense. “Perfect Wedding” by Robin Hawdon
Page in “Ain’t Misbehavin’” as well as in Benson noted that the title, “Broadway will be presented at the McAlpin Fine
“They’ve realized how important it Arts Center on the Indian River State
“Chicago” and “Showboat.” Sommers Scores,” is a play on the musical term is that every lie has its own attitude,” College Main Campus, 3209 Virginia
he said. “It’s so fun when the charac- Ave., Fort Pierce, March 30-April 1. Tick-
said she doesn’t like to give out a song list, and the focus is definitely Broadway. ets are $15 for non-subscription holders
and $10 for subscribers.
because she likes the freedom to change “People love Broadway,” he said. “I’m
Call the box office at 1-800-220-9915
her mind. She has a lot from which to excited about Avery. She’s quite remark- or order online at www.irsc.edu/Visi-
tors/Shows. 
draw. able. She’s all over Florida and she’s got

“I’ll do songs from ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ a name. People are already calling and

and songs from Frank Sinatra and Dean saying, ‘I’ve seen her, how do I get tick-

Martin,” she said. “They sang the Great ets?’”

American Songbook. I tailor it to the Might there also be a duet in the works?

room I’m working in.” The rabbi is also the synagogue’s cantor

Sommers started singing when she and sings the Jewish liturgy. With an

was 5 and always knew she would be a extensive musical background, he said

performer. She does a lot of work in south there might well be a duet, even though

Florida and was nominated this sea- he doesn’t fit the Broadway criterion.

son for a Carbonell Award, south Flori- “I don’t want it to become a rabbi who

da’s version of the Academy Awards, for can sing concert,” he said.

“The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of How about a concert by a Broadway

Bessie Smith,” at Arts Garage in Delray veteran, with a little help from her friend,

Beach. She’s proud of the nomination the rabbi? Broadway scores!

and not worried about winning.

“It’s fun, in this area,” she said. “You go Singer Avery Sommers appears at Tem-

up against your friends. There’s a lot of ple Beth El Israel, 551 SW Bethany Dr.,

theater in south Florida and we support Port St. Lucie, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. Reserved

each other. It’s really wonderful and there seats are $36-$54. Call the box office at

are some amazing actors in this area. We 772-336-2424. 









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MARCH Education Foundation boasts 2 new scholarships

17-18 St. Patrick’s Day Fest & Pa- The Education Foundation of St. Luc- partners to inspire our youth to take pride year college in a major of their choice. Addi-
rade. The City of Port St. ie County is proud to announce two new in their neighborhoods. son’s uncle, John Remsen, made the initial
Lucie Parks & Recreation Department, along scholarships that will be available to local donation to start the memorial scholarship.
with the Friendly Sons & Daughters of Ire- students attending public schools. The Re- The new scholarship was created to in-
land, invite you to join us in a salute to St. storing the Village Youth Initiative and Ad- spire youth in the Lincoln Park area to stay Both scholarships are now available to
Patrick and Irish Culture – FREE ADMISSION. dison Williams Memorial scholarships will in school, graduate work-ready, and attend qualifying graduating public school se-
The St. Patrick’s Parade opens festivities at 11 be available to graduating seniors this year. college part time or graduate and attend niors. For additional information, please
a.m. and marches right into where the festi- college full time. visit the Education Foundation website at
val begins at noon. Traditional Irish cuisine, Florida State Rep. Larry Lee Jr. led the www.efslc.org. You can also donate addi-
green beer, music and other culinary delights drive to create the Restoring the Village The second scholarship honors the life tional funds to either scholarship by visit-
will be accompanied by Irish dancing, dis- Youth Initiative. This grassroots effort start- and memory of Addison Williams, a stu- ing the website and click “Ways to Give.” 
plays, ye old Arts & Crafts, carnival rides and ed in 2013 out of an effort to eliminate gang dent at Port St Lucie High School who died
fun for the whole family. Port St. Lucie Civic violence in the Lincoln Park area of Fort tragically. It will be presented to a graduat- ­– CONTRIBUTED
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grew up in the Lincoln Park area. He creat- of a music program and/or a member of the
17 Meet the Reptiles. Manatee Ob- ed this initiative to work with community JROTC program. The scholarship can be
servation Center, 480 N Indian used for higher education at a two or four-

River Dr., Fort Pierce. Crawl, swim or slither Tea Under the Sea to support pediatric care

to the Manatee Center to learn all about our

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event will support Little Treasures, the illness,” said Jacki Nardone, director of
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