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01/05/2018 ISSUE 01

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Horrific car fatal probed Entirely enchanting B9

A4 A10PSL police eye ‘failure to yield’ Review of new ‘Nutcracker’
The past will be a blast

... at Fort Pierce History Fest

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2018

Manhunt for brazen bank robbery suspects

The bank robbery in progress. PHOTO COURTESY OF PSL POLICE DEPARTMENT BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer 1100 block of SE Port St. Lucie Boule- still actively investigating the robbery,
[email protected] vard, was robbed by three men armed according to police spokesman Master
with guns shortly before 10 a.m. Dec. 28. Sgt. Frank Sabol. As such, he could pro-
In possession of surveillance photos, vide no further comment.
video and an abandoned stolen getaway Nearly a dozen employees and cus-
car, the Port St. Lucie Police Department tomers were in the bank when the men Surveillance images of the robbers
is seeking help from the public to solve a entered, according to police. No one entering the bank also show two cus-
brazen morning bank robbery. was injured, police said. tomers, a man and a woman, sitting in

The Seacoast Bank, located in the As of Tuesday, Jan. 2, authorities were CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

GROUP HONORED FOR ‘FANTASTIC’ Ready or not ...
EFFORTS TO ASSIST SEA TURTLES Brightline set to
leave the station
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer ment representatives have band- A New Year’s Tradition!
[email protected] ed together, to educate the pub- BY KATHLEEN SLOAN | Staff Writer
lic, raise awareness that turtles Fireworks light up the sky above Tradition Square, ushering in 2018. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
Just about everyone has a soft truly dig the dark, and otherwise Barring an unforeseen devel-
spot for sea turtles. The elusive, help them to thrive. opment, or perhaps the unlikely
enigmatic creatures capture the completion of a legal Hail Mary
imagination – and they’re in trou- And, for all their hard work over aimed at blocking All Aboard
ble. the years, the Sea Turtle Friendly Florida’s high-speed passenger
Beaches Working Group has been rail project, Brightline, from tra-
That’s why a special group of recognized. versing the Treasure Coast, it
citizens, scientists and govern- seems increasingly likely the train
The group’s St. Lucie County Sea has already left station.
A sea turtle hatchling track. PHOTO: KEN GIOELI Turtle Lighting and Nest Protection
Initiative earned the Education Brightline, the only private-
and Outreach Award presented by ly-owned passenger train in the
the Treasure Coast Chapter of the U.S., is scheduled to start service
Florida Association of Environ- in South Florida any day now,
mental Professionals. and the company says it will be-
gin work on Phase 2, which will
“It came as a complete surprise,” connect West Palm with Orlando,
said co-chair Ken Gioeli, UF/IFAS running through St. Lucie Coun-
Extension St. Lucie County Natu- ty, in early 2018.
ral Resources Extension Agent. He
said the working group didn’t even “This was a great year for us
know it had been nominated until as we completed construction
he received an email saying they on two of our major stations and
were named the winner. “It was a rail infrastructure, successful-
huge honor.” ly presold tickets and corporate
packages to individuals and busi-
For years, Gioeli has worked nesses throughout the region and
with representatives from numer- priced $600 million in Private Ac-
ous agencies to spread the word tivity Bonds to fund Phase 1,” said
ahead of turtle nesting season that Brightline Chief Executive Officer
lights need to be shielded, and un-
seen from beaches. They also in- CONTINUED ON PAGE A3
form property owners of potential

CONTINUED ON PAGE A10

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LOCAL NEWS A1-A11 Joplin.’ Page B2

HEALTH A12-A16 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B15

OBITUARIES A9 PETS B14

GAMES B16-B18 REAL ESTATE A17-A28

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BRIGHTLINE The crucial Private Activity Bond was be business people, 10 percent commut- will comprise 24 percent of its revenue,
authorized by the U.S. Department of ers, and the rest vacationers or persons Brightline estimates.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Transportation and issued by the Florida traveling at leisure. It expects ridership and
Development Finance Corporation. Mor- revenues to stabilize after three years. Fitch estimates ridership could be 41
Dave Howard Dec. 15. “We look forward to gan Stanley led the market sale of the 30- percent lower than projected, and Bright-
launching service to Miami and starting year tax-exempt bond, which closed in Brightline “initially plans to price tickets line’s Phase 1 would still break even.
construction north to Orlando in the first mid-December. at a low level, comparing a proposed fare
quarter of 2018.” of $0.69 per mile with the $2.04 per mile On Dec. 22, Brightline announced it got
Fitch gave the bonds a BB- or non-in- on the publicly-owned Acela service be- authorization from the U.S. Department of
The first train service will be between vestment grade rating because private pas- tween Washington, D.C., and Boston, but if Transportation for another $1.15 billion in
Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, senger rail is unknown in this country, and it turns out to have strong market power, tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds for Phase
starting after Jan. 8, Brightline said last a rail line that “targets business and leisure it will be able to set fares at whatever lev- 2, the 170-mile leg between West Palm
week. Ticket prices and train schedules traffic and has no similar U.S. compara- els it can maximize revenue,” according to Beach and the northern terminus, Orlando.
were still unannounced at press time. bles,” could not be rated higher. Nelthorpe.
The company said it is still weighing
There are three stations in the first Brightline will use bond sale proceeds to By 2020, Brightline believes the first- another DOT financing option, a “Railroad
phase: Miami, the southern terminus, refinance the $534 million debt incurred for phase stretch will take in $107 million from Rehabilitation and Improvement Financ-
Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, Phase I building and rolling stock, which 2.9 million rider-fares and $34 million in ing” loan, which allows private companies
and Brightline says it will take 30 minutes was privately financed at 12 percent inter- combined parking and food sales a year. to borrow at low interest rates.
to travel from station to station, with train est, according to Tom Nelthorpe of txf.news. Brightline’s Phase 1 has three parking lots
speeds ranging up to 125 mph. with 1,720 parking spaces in addition to Completing Phase 2 will be consid-
Brightline’s marketing strategy and rev- restaurants and kiosks on the train and in erably more complex than Phase 1, re-
It takes about 40 minutes to travel be- enue models also were revealed by Fitch. the stations. The food and parking sales quiring Brightline to acquire 40 miles of
tween Miami and Fort Lauderdale by car, Brightline expects 10 percent of riders will new right-of-way between Cocoa and Or-
and nearly an hour to get from Fort Lauder- lando. The remainder of the project will
dale to West Palm Beach, so taking the train utilize existing Florida East Coast freight
could save a little bit of time, but shaving right-of-way.
commuter time is not the main point of the
venture. While Phase 2 has the support of Brevard
County, which hopes a stop may ultimate-
Brightline is marketing itself as a luxury ly be added in Melbourne, it has met with
line or “travel option that lives at the inter- fierce resistance from Martin, Indian River
section of transportation and hospitality,” and St. Lucie counties, where no stops are
a press release stated. “The luxury service contemplated and local officials see no ad-
will provide all-reserved coach and busi- vantage to having high-speed trains pass-
ness-class seating, on-board wireless ser- ing through the Treasure Coast.
vice and food service,” according to a state-
ment provided to investors by Fitch Rating, Brightline still has to sell the recently
the company hired by Brightline to rate its authorized second phase bonds or borrow
$600 million bond issue. the needed $1.15 billion. But nevertheless,
Phase 2 work is expected to start in a mat-
ter of weeks with the Orlando station. 

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‘Failure to yield’ eyed in horrific fatal crash RESIDENTS WARNED
ABOUT AUTOMOBILE
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer hospitals. The youngest child was airlifted to ogy might take longer. SMASH-AND-GRABS
[email protected] St. Mary’s Medical Center. The teen was tak- This isn’t the first fatal wreck at that inter-
en to Lawnwood Medical Center. BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
Port St. Lucie police’s traffic homicide di- section either, according to Sabol. A motor- [email protected]
vision is continuing its investigation into the Cineus was driving the Camry westbound cyclist was struck and killed in early October
Dec. 26 wreck on SW St. LucieWest Boulevard and attempted a left turn onto SW California when an SUV attempted to make a turn onto Residents in Port St. Lucie – espe-
that left an 80-year-old woman dead and five Boulevard in front of 52-year-old Kimberly SW California on a yellow light. cially in St. Lucie West – are encour-
others injured, including two children. Elkert’s Rogue. The SUV struck the car on the aged to keep a sharp eye out after a
front passenger door, according to police. Sabol said the challenge with the inter- series of smash-and-grab vehicle bur-
“This looks like a failure to yield the right section is that drivers wanting to turn north/ glaries were reported around town.
of way,” said police spokesman Master Sgt. So far, the investigation has determined south get the arrow to start but then have the
Frank Sabol. that the green light was activated for east/ solid light, which requires them to yield to Police have surveillance images of
west traffic on St. Lucie West Boulevard. oncoming traffic. two suspects who used a victim’s credit
According to police, Gracimise Exavier, Cineus did not have a green arrow, only the card to purchase gift cards at the River-
80, was riding in the front passenger seat of solid green, which requires drivers to yield to “We’ve been seeing (the failure to yield) on gate Publix. The suspects are described
a 1998 Toyota Camry when it collided with oncoming traffic before turning. these last two” fatalities, Sabol said. as black males in their early 20s with
a 2008 Nissan Rogue at 6:22 p.m. Dec. 26. gold teeth standing between 5 feet, 9
Exavier was pronounced dead on the scene. No charges have yet been filed in the crash He said that the city’s Traffic Safety divi- inches and 5 feet, 11 inches tall, both
as the investigation remains ongoing. Sabol sion has the information on the intersection, with medium builds.
Two children, ages 8 and 14, and the driv- said that the investigation could be complet- and that it’s up to the division whether any
er, 49-year-old Joseph Cineus, along with the ed in the next couple weeks, though toxicol- changes might be needed for the turn sig- A suspicious vehicle was spotted
two people in the SUV were all taken to area nals.  near the St. Lucie West Wal-Mart,
where one burglary occurred. That
BANK ROBBERY vehicle is described as being a newer
model red Dodge Charger.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
According to police, four auto bur-
chairs grouped in the center of the room. While the police department continues PHOTOS COURTESY OF PSL POLICE DEPARTMENT glaries have been reported between
Security images of the robbers leaving the its investigation, authorities encourage Dec. 21 and Dec. 26 from public park-
bank show the same customers still seated. anyone with information to call 772-871- 5001 or remain anonymous by calling ing lots. The suspects smash vehicle
Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800- windows and reach in, grabbing valu-
The robbers had their faces covered, 273 TIPS.  ables including purses and bags.
jumped the teller counter and stole an un-
disclosed amount of cash before fleeing. The following burglaries have been
reported:
The vehicle was a white SUV reported
stolen out of western Florida. About an  Wal-Mart, NW St. Lucie West
hour after the robbery, the vehicle was Blvd., Dec. 21 between 9:22 and 9:30
discovered abandoned about a block a.m. – Zipper bag taken.
away from the bank.
 LA Fitness, NW St. Lucie West
Police have not yet determined what Blvd., Dec. 22 between 7 p.m. and 8
vehicle – if any – the men took after aban- p.m. – Bags taken.
doning their getaway car.
 Turtle Run Park, SW Cameo Blvd.,
The suspects are described as black Dec. 26 between 4 p.m. and 4:53 p.m. –
males. One surveillance photo shows Purse taken.
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Providing You With Exceptional & Compassionate PSL’S VIETNAM VETS OF AMERICA
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BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent ica is open to all veterans who served
in Vietnam from February 1961 to May
Port St. Lucie’s Vietnam Veterans of 1975, and all veterans who served from
August 1964 to May 1975. That means the
America Michel F. Bradley chapter sure youngest members are 60 – at or nearing
retirement and finding more time to join
gets around. organizations and do volunteer work, so
they’re looking around.
On Saturday, Jan. 20, it will be on hand
“I didn’t know VVA existed until about
for the annual Purple Heart Cane Cere- five years ago,” Kiper said.

mony at the National Navy UDT-SEAL In all, there were about 8.7 million
served in the military from 1964 to 1975,
FERNHILL MEMORIAL GARDENS Museum in Fort Pierce. Purple Heart re- according to the Department of Veter-
cipients receive free, handcrafted walking an Affairs. About 3.4 million deployed
to Southeast Asia. There are about 7.4
canes at the yearly ceremony. million Vietnam-era veterans in the U.S.

“It’s quite the crowd that goes to that,” Michael Kiper.

said Michael Kiper, vice president of the PHOTO COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL NAVY UDT-SEAL MUSEUM

chapter. now. It’s likely Florida has one of the fast-
est-growing populations due to late-life
HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS, FORT PIERCE The 1 p.m. ceremony is free and open migration. Kipler is in that group.
to the public. The museum is at 3300 N.
NOW OPEN State Road A1A, Fort Pierce. He’d served in Vietnam from 1967 to
1968. “I was 1st Cavalry,” the Army veter-
The Indian River Woodcarvers Club an said.
annually crafts dozens of the person-
Like many at the time, Kipler was a
alized canes for veterans who request draftee. “I was a Purple Heart recipient,”
Kipler explained. “I got a couple of those.”
them. The Port St. Lucie VVA chapter
Having fulfilled his military obligation,
provides an honor guard for the annual Kipler went home to Indiana. “I worked
at International Harvester in Fort Wayne,
ceremony. and they closed the plant,” he said. “I had
four boys. I had to do something.”
Lloyd Lasenby is the Purple Heart Cane
Kipler headed to the Treasure Coast to
WHEN YOU PLAN AHEAD Program coordinator at the woodcarvers work in construction about 22 years ago.
Then he went to work for Lowes. When
CrSeWekStWoanyy club. He’s also a Vietnam War veteran. the 71-year-old retired, he turned his at-
SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. tention to helping fellow veterans.
SW Hartwick Dr. “This program has allowed me to meet
“Now I spend most my time in the
so many heroes,” Lasenby said. (Vietnam Veterans of America),” he said.

The Purple Heart Cane Project has To find out more about the Purple Heart
Cane Project, visit www.indianriverwood-
given more than 200 canes to com- carvers.weebly.com. The VVA chapter has
a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/
bat-wounded veterans from all branches vietvets566. 

and eras of service during the previous

five ceremonies. This will be the sixth

annual ceremony. The canes feature

An unforgettable bald eagle heads for grips, along with the
memorial names, ranks, branches and service, and
received awards of the recipients. Lasen-
takes planning. by said this ceremony will make almost

Great for Any Special OccasionWHEN YOU PLAN AHEAD, you can design every detail of your own300 canes that the club has given.
final tribute. That way, your loved ones won’t have to guess what you In coming months the PSL Vietnam

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Bayshore Blvd. AYCOCK The game is a fundraiser for the VVA.
Aycock, Byrd, Young & Prill Chapel The Mets play in custom Military Appre-

1170 SW Bayshore Blvd. AT TRADITION ciation Night jerseys that are auctioned
772-879-9300 off at the end of the game. The VVA uses
LIFE CELEBRATION CENTER the money it raises at the game to help
Floresta Drive 12571 SW TRADITION PKWY. veterans in need. Kiper said many are
1504 SE Floresta Drive referred by the St. Lucie County Veteran
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772-461-8912 SW Stony Creek Way SW Keating Dr. Kiper said the Port St. Lucie VVA chap-
ter has about 70 members and is growing.
Tradition Pkwy. SW Stony Creek Way SW Elsinore Dr. One reason for that is being in Florida.
Tradition Pkwy. About a third of Florida’s nearly 1.5 mil-
lion veterans are Vietnam-era. Member-
ship in the Vietnam Veterans of Amer-

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IN LOVING MEMORY

ROCCO J. BELLANTONI, 85 years, Beverly Church; three sons, Christo- Treasure Coast Hospice
St. Lucie West pher Church, Kevin (Melanie) Church, and Has Grown to Become
Stephen (Alice) Ramirez; two daughters,
Rocco J. “Rocky” Bellantoni, 85, of St. Lisa (William) Jerrils and Paula (William) Treasure Health!
Lucie Trail Golf Club in St. Lucie West, Port Hoover; five grandchildren, Kristy, Megan,
St. Lucie, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Ethan, Jake and Erin; and three great-grand- Treasure Coast Hospice has always treasured life. Now,
Rocky was born Aug. 23, 1932, to his caring children, Brendon Ellis, Taylor Ryne and we’re offering an expanded family of services, including
parents, Anthony and Jane Bellantoni, in Joshua Noah.
Port Chester, N.Y. palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to
WILLIAM G. STUART JR., 85 better meet the needs of our community.
He was a resident of Port St. Lucie for Port St. Lucie
the past 25 years. Rocky was the owner of Licensed since 1982.
Southern Stitches in Port St. Lucie for the William G. “Bill” Stuart Jr., 85, of Port
last 22 years. He was also a pilot of a corpo- St. Lucie passed away Tuesday, Dec. 26, Treasuring Life | To learn more,
rate airline and a U.S Navy Veteran. Rocky surrounded by his loving family at his res- visit TreasureHealth.org or call 866.999.4550
was an avid blackjack player. idence.

Rocky is survived by his loving wife, Anne Bill was born in Charleston, W. Va. He had
Bellantoni; and his son, Jamie Bellantoni of been a resident of Port St. Lucie for the past
Fort Pierce. four years coming from St. Mary’s, W. Va.

PAUL A. CHURCH, 81 He served in the United States Air Force
Port St. Lucie during the Korean War and Vietnam War.

Paul Arthur Church, 81, of Port St. Lucie He was preceded in death by his loving
passed away Sunday, Dec. 24, surrounded wife, Elizabeth “Betty” Stuart; and his grand-
by his loving family at Treasure Coast Hos- daughter, Melissa Rinehart.
pice residence in Fort Pierce.
Survivors include three daughters, An-
Paul was born in Colorado Springs, Colo. gela Stuart (Richard) Mills, Cindy Eckel and
He had been a resident of Port St. Lucie for Debora (Tommy) Rinehart; one son, William
the past 13 years coming from Gettysburg, G. (Robin) Stuart, III; seven grandchildren,
Pa. He served in the United States Army. Christy, Jackie, Heather, Vanessa, Samantha,
Michael and Erika; and three great-grand-
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THE PAST WILL BE A BLAST AT FORT PIERCE HISTORY FEST

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent It seems the first folks who lived around mound used by the Ais Indians,” Enns said. modern St. Lucie County, so the govern-
St. Lucie were the Ais people, a tribe that From the 1500s to the early 1800s, there ment could issue land grants to settlers
It’s time to look forward to looking back. ranged along the Indian River likely from under the Armed Occupation Act. The War
If history is your thing, Saturday, Jan. 13 is modern-day Martin to Brevard counties. was a lot of European activity around St. of 1812 veteran constructed a palmetto log
your day, as the second annual Fort Pierce Lucie County. Indeed, the Spanish gave the structure that was only around for a few
History Fest will be presented on 2nd Street “It’s an extinct tribe,” Enns said. area the name St. Lucie by building a fort in years. It was never the site of any record-
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Ais were likely related to the Tequesta 1566 and naming it Santa Lucia. But, Flor- ed pivotal battles. But, Fort Pierce does
“It’s a celebration of Treasure Coast histo- and some may have joined the Seminoles. ida became a U.S. territory in 1822, four get to make one boast. A young officer by
ry intended to familiarize newcomers with “One of the presentations we’re going to years after the First Seminole War. Eight the name of William Tecumseh Sherman
local history and help old timers share their have in the afternoon, at 1:30 (p.m.), is on years later, Congress passed the Indian Re- served there.
stories of what they remember,” Gregory Fort Pierce and how it was established as a moval Act. That triggered the Second Sem-
Enns, event organizer, said. “The surprise fort 1838,” Enns said. inole War five years later which led to the Sherman is one of the most hated, ad-
is history is in their own backyards. A lot of The fort was built on high ground. establishment of Fort Pierce. mired and remembered generals of the
historical events were very close.” “Before that, it was a sacred burial Civil War. He’s best remembered for the Sa-
Lt. Col Benjamin Pierce built the fort in

SEA TURTLES How you can help ...

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hazards and obstacles – such as their beach PHOTO COURTESY OF KEN GIOELI
furniture and the like – can pose to nesting
turtles. The FFWCC Hotline is for citizens
who see a sea turtle in distress, injured
“They’re work is just fantastic,” said Jen- or stranded, or notice lighting issues,
nifer Báez, 2017 president of the Treasure such as people using flash lights or
Coast Chapter of the Florida Association of other turtle concerns:
Environmental Professionals. TCC-FAEP is a
multidisciplinary professional association of NIGHTTIME: 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.,
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that perform environmental work. turtle strandings (dead or alive), email
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Nominations for the award, she said, com – include your phone number.
come through the professional community Email goes directly to ‘stranding’ staff.
and the board of directors vet each one. FWC prefers this method because staff
will get the message ASAP. Staff will
“We felt they deserved this,” Baez said, call in a couple of minutes. 
explaining that the group’s ability to sustain
its work year after year and get such buy-in a property owner is made aware he or she is
from stakeholders – property owners, busi- not in compliance, they fix the issues. “You
ness owners and others – put the St. Lucie can’t ask for much more,” Graziani said.
County team over the top.
St. Lucie County is home to 21 miles of
“They definitely took the cake,” Baez said. critical sea turtle nesting beaches. Three spe-
Though she had not heard of the Sea Tur- cies of sea turtles nesting on county beach-
tle Friendly Beaches Working Group before, es are listed as either threatened or endan-
other members of the environmental profes- gered. Improper beach-front lighting during
sionals organization had, according to Baez. nesting season can imperil sea turtles. 
The St. Lucie County Sea Turtle Friendly
Beaches Working Group is a collaboration
between various St. Lucie County agencies
such as the UF/IFAS Extension, Environ-
mental Resources Department, Communi-
cations Division, Erosion Control District,
St. Lucie County and the City of Fort Pierce
Code Compliance, the Manatee Observation
and Education Center, Ecological Associates
and the Florida Master Naturalists of St. Luc-
ie County.
“I’m just so proud to be part of that team,”
said Monica Graziani, St. Lucie County
Building and Code Regulation manager. “Ev-
ery year we find new challenges” and each
time they find a way to overcome.
Graziani said that the working group’s
purpose is to educate – not penalize – prop-
erty owners, to make them aware of how
their properties are not in compliance with
rules pertaining to sea turtle nesting.
She said that – almost always – as soon as

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vannah Campaign, more commonly called said. “I believe by that time homesteaders The festival will feature numerous re-en- Neale Hurston and Waldo Sexton.
“Sherman’s March.” That was a bold Union were living in it and that’s how it caught fire.” actors, ghost tours, trolley rides and much “We’ll have the Port St. Lucie Historical
operation to cripple Georgia’s agricultural, more. History presentations will be at
transportation and industrial resources. But, military history isn’t the only sort the Sunrise Theatre at 117 S. 2nd. St., Fort Society at the festival,” Enns said. “They’ll
How Sherman’s time in Fort Pierce shaped around St. Lucie. The county has also Pierce. In addition to the Adams Ranch and have an exhibition.”
his military thinking is anyone’s guess. made agricultural history. Back in 1937, the Fort Pierce presentations, at 12:30 p.m. In-
65,000-acre Adams Ranch was founded. “It dian River Charter High School will present More about the history fest is at www.in-
The fort wasn’t around for long. became a model for ranching in Florida,” a musical based on letters between Zora dianrivermag.com. The magazine is one of
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Psoriasis severity linked to big rise in type 2 diabetes

BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent The chronic inflam- American Academy of similar genetic mutations, suggesting a bio-
logical basis for the connection between
Though it is not widely known outside of mation caused by psoria- Dermatology, were dra- the two conditions we found in our study.”
the medical community, people with psori- He also says that health care professionals
asis are at a higher risk of developing type 2 sis is the most significant matic. The team found should help people with psoriasis under-
diabetes. Now, new research from the Uni- stand their risk of developing type 2 diabe-
versity of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of factor increasing the risk that people with psoriasis tes, and educate them about diabetes pre-
Medicine in Philadelphia shows that the risk vention, especially if their psoriasis BSA is 10
rises dramatically based on the severity of of type 2 diabetes. Pso- who had a BSA of up to 2 percent or higher.
the psoriasis.
riasis can also affect the percent had a 21 percent Dr. Ottuso says that an earlier study, con-
Dr. Patrick Ottuso, M.D., a Treasure Coast ducted by the same Penn researchers, result-
dermatologist and Fellow of the American immune system in ways higher risk of developing ed in an even more alarming conclusion: the
Academy of Dermatology, is familiar with higher the BSA, the greater the risk of death.
the Penn study and has observed the link that have been associat- diabetes (compared to Over the course of four years, Gelfand and
between psoriasis and type 2 diabetes in his his team found that – after adjusting for de-
own practice. He says that psoriasis is also ed with insulin resistance those without psoriasis), mographics and risk factors such as smok-
associated with “metabolic syndrome,” a ing, obesity, and major medical conditions
cluster of conditions (high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. and people with a pso- – people with a BSA of over 10 had almost
high blood sugar, excess body fat around the double the risk of death than those who did
waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglycer- The Penn team was riasis BSA of 10 had a 64 not have psoriasis.
ide levels) that increase the risk of heart dis-
ease, stroke, and diabetes. led by Joel M. Gelfand, a percent higher risk of de- While psoriasis cannot be cured, flare-ups
can be controlled. Some tips on reducing the
Although psoriasis most typically evidenc- professor of dermatology veloping the disease. frequency and severity of flare-ups:
es itself in the skin, it is actually a disease of
the immune system, in which T cells – a form and epidemiology, who Those with a BSA of  Reduce stress. Stress is particularly
of white blood cell – are overactive, produc- problematic for people with psoriasis, as
ing too many skin cells. These skin cells move says “we know psoriasis 20 had an 84 percent in- stress tends to cause an inflammatory reac-
to the outermost layer of skin too quickly, tion in the body. While psychotherapy can
building up in thick, scaly patches. What is linked to higher rates creased risk, and those help, there are other everyday activities that
causes the T cells to malfunction isn’t fully can be effective stress-reducers, including
known, but researchers believe that genetics of diabetes, but this is the with a 30 percent BSA yoga, meditation, and relaxation techniques.
and environmental factors both play a role.
first study to specifically were at a 104 percent  Avoid certain medications. Dr. Ottuso

examine how the severi- Dr. Patrick Ottuso. higher risk – more than
ty of the disease affects a double the risk of those
patient’s risk.” PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE without psoriasis.

For their study, the re- The researchers drew

searchers used data on two groups of adults their conclusions after making adjustments

– 8,124 with psoriasis and 76,599 without. in their data to account for other diabetes

The data came from a survey of general risk factors, such as age, gender, and weight.

practitioners in the United Kingdom and in- In the United States, approximately 7.5

cluded a measure of psoriasis severity called million people have psoriasis. While most

body surface area (BSA), which, as its name cases are mild to moderate, about 10 percent

implies, gives the percentage of the body of sufferers – 1.5 million people – have a pso-

that is affected by the disease. riasis BSA of 5 percent or more.

The results, published in Journal of the Gelfand says “psoriasis and diabetes share

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medication) and steroids can trigger a pso- immune system, causing an inflammatory
riasis flare-up. He says “people should talk to reaction. It’s important to seek treatment I Diagnose it, I Treat it, & I Control It!
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the-counter medications they’re taking. If it’s infection. SEE THE DOCTOR
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

Calendar year 2017 closed out with 12 single-family residences and lots being sold in Port St.
Lucie from Dec. 26-29.
The top sale of the week was the home at 8335 Muirfield Way. First listed in November for
$329,000, the 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,126-square-foot house sold for $320,000 on Dec. 28.
The week’s next-best sale was the residence at 2323 NW Padova Street. Originally listed in July for
$292,015, this 5-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,569-square-foot home fetched $289,900 on Dec. 26.

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PORT SAINT LUCIE 8335 MUIRFIELD WAY 11/3/2017 $329,000 12/28/2017 $289,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 2323 NW PADOVA STREET 7/21/2017 $292,015 12/26/2017 $287,800
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5216 NW WISK FERN CIRCLE 8/22/2017 $294,900 12/29/2017 $283,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 700 SW SAN SALVADORE COVE 10/22/2017 $283,000 12/28/2017 $247,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1395 SW BENT PINE COVE 6/28/2017 $319,900 12/28/2017 $246,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5200 NW WISK FERN CIRCLE 8/22/2017 $256,900 12/28/2017 $228,000
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

2323 NW Padova Street, Port Saint Lucie 5216 NW Wisk Fern Circle, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 7/21/2017 Listing Date: 8/22/2017
Original Price: $292,015 Original Price: $294,900
Sold: 12/26/2017 Sold: 12/29/2017
Selling Price: $289,900 Selling Price: $287,800
Listing Agent: Marc Friedman Listing Agent: Jay Garick

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Listing Date: 10/22/2017 Listing Date: 6/28/2017
Original Price: $283,000 Original Price: $319,900
Sold: 12/28/2017 Sold: 12/28/2017
Selling Price: $283,000 Selling Price: $247,500
Listing Agent: Jo-Ann Breau Listing Agent: Jennifer Fleschner

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TEAM Tax-law changes may prompt
NAPOLITANO some homeowners to move

YOUR COMMUNITY REALTORS BY KENNETH R. HARNEY | THE WASHINGTON POST nates SALT deductions. The Senate- and
WITH RESULTS House-passed tax overhaul bills would cut
Presents Whether you already own a home or are maximum SALT deductions to $10,000 and
thinking of purchasing, the tax legislation limit them to property taxes only.
2 OPEN HOUSES - SUN. JAN. 7 1PM-4PM pending before Congress poses serious
questions: Am I going to get smacked with Other matters for owners and potential
12200 SW Keating Drive - Lakes At Tradition punitive new taxes? Will the value of my buyers to consider:
Beautiful ‘’Oakmont Model’’ in the Lakes at Tradition w/ fabulous private preserve home decrease because previous real es-
tate tax benefits have been stripped away? ● HOME VALUES IMPACT.
view! Features 3 BRs, Den, 2.5 BAs & 2 CG. Fantastic Open floor plan. $289,000 Or am I one of the lucky ones, well insulat- Although no independent or academic
ed against big losses? studies have been published estimating the
9956 Nuova Way - PGA Verano effects of the new tax legislation on home
Prospective buyers such as Matthew Wie values and prices, most studies to date have
Magnificent Lake & Golf View Pool Home on Wanamaker Champion Golf and Joe Weber already have figured some concluded that federal tax benefits are a
Course. Beautiful ‘’Capri’’ Model features 4 BRs, Den/Office, 4 BAs & 3 CG. of this out and are taking defensive steps. component of property values. Strip these
Weber owns a house and lives with his away and buyers will not obtain the full
Fabulous open gourmet kitchen w/ SS appliances. $649,000 family in the San Francisco Bay area, and traditional financial benefits of ownership,
Wie owns a home in Delaware. Both are and they will pay less for homes.
looking to move and are considering shift-
ing their home searches to locations where Economists at the National Association
they will be less exposed to tax increases of Realtors estimate that the tax changes
triggered by the new legislation. could whack 10 percent off average prices
around the country, with declines steeper
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THE PALMS OF ST. LUCIE WEST Weber told me in an interview that as ● TAX-FREE CAPITAL GAINS
INDEPENDENT, ASSISTED & MEMORY CARE residents of California, he and his family EXCLUSION.
face a dilemma: If the final federal tax bill Under the legislation, owners will still be
Our new Lifestyle 360 brings the Five dimensions of wellness into perfect slashes deductions of state and local taxes able to “exclude” up to $500,000 ($250,000
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Emotional & Spiritual. Come & Check out the various programs expensive. in their house for five of the preceding
we offer to our residents. eight years; for decades, the standard has
“I’ll only be able to afford less,” he said, been two out of the preceding five years.
• Independent, Assisted • Weekly house • Active social, with presumably a lower price tag and less For many buyers who own homes for ex-
& Memory Care keeping and recreational and space than he and his family could ob- tended periods, this change won’t matter.
personal laundry tain elsewhere. So the Webers are serious- But for others it could pose problems, es-
• Five Star Rehab educational programs ly thinking about expanding their home pecially for people who transfer jobs in less
on-site service • Scheduled local search to either the Reno, Nev., area, where than five years and owners forced to sell
taxes and prices are much lower and where because of divorce, health or other issues.
• Fine Dining to include • All utilities and transportation Weber has identified good school opportu-
nities, or Seattle. ● MORTGAGE INTEREST, SECOND
three nutritious meals basic cable available HOME DEDUCTIONS.
Wie and his wife and daughter are con- As of this writing, House and Senate con-
per day, plus snacks templating a similar scenario – moving ferees had not agreed on whether to cut
from Delaware to Pennsylvania. “We’re rel- the home mortgage interest deduction
501 NW Cashmere Blvd. Port St. Lucie West, FL 34986 atively high earners,” Wie said in an email, maximum to $500,000 or to eliminate in-
“so the flat 3.07 percent Pennsylvania [in- terest write-offs on second homes. Both
772-344-7441 come] tax would benefit us more than the are only in the House version and would
higher property taxes or [the federal] tax primarily affect upper-income owners.
www.ThePalmsOfStLucieWest.com change would hurt us.” Wie’s wife’s em-
ployment location and local school quality So where does all this leave you? It de-
License #AL10438 © 2012 Five Star Quality Care, Inc. also are key considerations. pends on what you own, where you live,
what you earn and what you may want to
Wie and Weber participated in a nation- buy. Overall, the Republicans’ tax changes
al survey of 900 prospective home buyers look like a net plus for corporations and
conducted by real estate company Redfin. stockholders but a net negative for people
The survey found that 33 percent of people who have benefited the most from the tax
who expect to purchase within the coming code’s longtime preferences for homeown-
12 months say they would consider mov- ership over renting. 
ing to a different state if Congress elimi-

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THE MUSICAL’ FOR
‘CHANGE’ OF PACE PHOTOS: DENISE RITCHIE

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer

1 The hilarious musical about
a subject once considered
too taboo to do, “Menopause:
The Musical,” returns to the Lyric
Theatre in Stuart for a two-night
gig, this Friday and Saturday, Jan.
5-6. Employing hysterically funny
parodies of 25 hits from the Baby
Boomer Era, this show looks at
the positive and negative aspects
of The Change, those notorious
hot flashes, night sweats, exot-
ic food cravings. We of a certain
age have been there, done that,
lived to tell the tale. Since Jeanie
Linders’ show debuted in Orlando
in 2001, it has toured all over the
world, and is still going strong,
putting a welcome, comic twist
on a subject about which some
40 million women can relate at
any given moment in time. And,
by the way, this is not just a chick
show: men get as big a kick out of
“Menopause: The Musical” as we
women do. Show times are Friday
at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 4 p.m.

2 Jazz fans take heed. This
coming Monday and Tues-
day, the Lyric Theatre will pres-

CONTINUED ON PAGE B8

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ROCK AND RAW: SAVOR ‘A NIGHT WITH JOPLIN’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer “She did some performing in Texas and then went to PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE SUNRISE THEATRE
[email protected] California with Big Brother and the Holding Company,”
McIntyre said. The rest, of course, is rock history. her musically and personally.”
If you remember when rock was young, you remember It’s hard to believe, but it is almost 50 years since Janis
Janis Joplin. The hard-driving rocker with the big voice McIntyre said that the show begins with Joplin’s early
burned brightly for a few years, becoming a star virtually childhood. “Janis narrates her upbringing and her start in Joplin died. McIntyre was born long after.
overnight in 1967 from her performance at the Monterey music,” McIntyre said. “It incorporates her inspirations, “I was born in the 1990s,” she said. “I love her music and
Pop Festival. Woodstock sealed her reputation, but Joplin, like Nina Simone, Etta James and Odetta. Each sings a song
who lived and played hard, was to die from a drug overdose and then Janis covers in her style. You see how they affected listen every day before the show. Growing up, I only knew
a short three years after she burst on the scene. The singer the hits. Once it went to Broadway in 2013, I saw the show
of “Me and Bobby McGee,” “Piece of My Heart,” and “Cry and learned more songs. I didn’t know the deeper tracks
Baby” was named No. 28 on the list of Greatest Singers by
Rolling Stone magazine. CONTINUED ON PAGE B8

The national touring company of “A Night with Janis
Joplin” come to Fort Pierce’s Sunrise Theatre Jan. 13. Kel-
ly McIntyre, who plays Joplin, spoke recently about what it
means to play a legend.

“I think most of her music is timeless,” McIntyre said.
“People still enjoy it. She was a woman with attitude who
was ahead of her time and it appeals a lot today.”

Joplin’s voice rang with the raw pain she felt, and she
drew upon some great blues and R&B singers like Aretha
Franklin and Bessie Smith for inspiration.

“There was a lot of pain,” she said. “I think it was relat-
able to women. Her voice was very raw. You can feel what
she’s feeling. Raw is the best word. It’s a visceral singing
voice that you feel throughout your body. It was not pretty,
per se, but it was very real.”

Joplin grew up in Texas and had a good relationship
with her family. However, like so many creative people, she
didn’t feel as though she fit in.

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‘Les Miserables in Concert’ plays favorites from legendary show

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer come to anything I’ve done, they should PHOTOS COURTESY OF STARBRITE MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS scenario. It’s a beautiful message of hope
[email protected] come to us. We’ve taken an hour (out of and transformation.”
the show). It’s an hour and 45 minutes and “This is our version of this incredible
“Les Miserables” is one of the most be- people will hear everything they want to piece about finding hope when life hap- Barber is thrilled with his cast, which
loved of musicals. Known to fans as Les hear and still follow the story line.” pens, and life happens,” he said. came through recommendations from
Mis, the show, based on the book by Victor theater professionals in south Florida.
Hugo, has been a sensation since its pre- The seven singing actors will be accom- “The main character, Jean Valjean,
miere in France in 1980. It holds longevity panied by a chamber orchestra whose transforms his own life through faith and “Shelley Keelor is as good as or better
records on London’s West End, was one of members have been on Broadway tours or helps others. It’s a beautiful story about than any Fantine,” he said. This role (is as
Broadway’s longest-running shows, and performed with singers like Tony Bennett hope, about finding the good and the if it) was written for her. It’s worth com-
won a Tony Award for Best Musical. and Bonnie Raitt. transformative nature of faith. The show ing to see the show to hear Shelley, for her
ends happily even though people die. He portrayal and delivery. This is an opera. It’s
Les Mis is a sprawling, musical set in While the music is glorious, for Barber, dies, having accomplished so much and vocally very challenging. Jonathan Cum-
Revolutionary France. Starbrite Produc- it’s about so much more. having supported the life of a young lady mings plays Javert. He and I have talked
tions has decided to being the best of the who started out life in the worst possible about him getting angry, He sings beauti-
musical to the Lyric stage with one of the fully. The challenge is to bring out the tor-
best voices, countertenor Terry Barber, a tured, angry nature of the character.”
local favorite and founder of Artists for a
Cause. On Jan, 11, the audience will have Barber is dedicated to mentoring young
the opportunity to hear the wonderful mu- artists and is always looking for opportu-
sic from Les Mis, with narration to move nities for them. For that reason, he dou-
the story along, as Barber, Shelley Keelor, ble-cast the student artists so that instead
Jonathan Cummings and youngsters from of four, there are eight opportunities to
Artists for a Cause bring the story of Jean perform. Four will perform at the Lyric
Valjean to life. and the other four in Lake Worth the fol-
lowing night.
Barber, who is one of the busiest work-
ing musicians and is constantly touring In the end, it’s about the music.
and performing, took a break to speak “This is a great piece of art,” Barber said.
with me about the concert. “Come and see our (version) and hear the
best music from the show.”
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COMING UP 3 If you want to see “Finding Never-
land,” you’d better get your wig-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 gles on: the winner of Broadway.com’s
Audience Choice Award for Best Musical
ent “An Evening With Branford Marsalis,” ends its short run at the Kravis Center’s
a “revolutionary jazz musician,” Gram- Dreyfoos Hall in West Palm this Sunday.
my-winning sax man, composer and band The musical, based on the Oscar-win-
leader. Marsalis’ career has taken him from ning film, tells the backstory of one of the
his early days in The Big Easy to the compa- world’s most beloved characters – Peter
ny of such jazz legends as Miles Davis, Diz- Pan; how playwright J.M. Barry finds the
zy Gillespie and Herbie Hancock. Known as courage to become the writer – and man
the leader of his Branford Marsalis Quartet, – he yearns to be. Barrie finds the inspi-
the versatile musician is also a frequent so- ration he’s been missing when he meets
loist with classical ensembles and has led the beautiful widow Sylvia and her four
the group Buckshot LeFonque, a band with young sons: Jack, George, Michael and
a “new sound” that merges classic jazz with Peter. Show times are Friday, 8 p.m.; Sat-
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Curtain time is 7 p.m. both nights. p.m. Tickets start at $28. 

‘A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN’ Joan Jett. They helped make the platform
bigger for women, to let them have their own
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B2 sound and style.”

until I got invited to join the show. The muck McIntyre said that playing Joplin is a chal-
is timeless. People of all generations enjoy lenge.
parts of the show: rock, blues, folk, a song
from ‘Porgy and Bess,’ gospel. There’s a genre “There are big shoes to fill,” she said.
for everyone.” “We are paying homage to what she would
want to bring to her shows. We bring the spir-
McIntyre thinks it’s a little easier for wom- it and her legend to the room for the night.
en rockers today. “It’s a little more prevalent It’s fun to sing the music. People get up and
to see women as the lead singers,” she said. dance. In the moment, it’s a blast.”
“They still might feel they have something
to prove. Rock is a man’s game, but women The national touring company of “A Night
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SUBLIME ‘NUTCRACKER’ NAILS VERO VIBE

Ballet Vero Beach’s all-new “Nutcracker on the In-

dian River” is a big-league production full of small-

town charm – Vero’s charm. This may not be the first

themed Nutcracker to recast the famous story ballet’s

plot for its hometown audience, but the idea that

struck artistic director Adam Schnell – to have the

creatures of Vero’s shoreline fill little Marie’s dream

world – was a brilliant one.

Even more brilliant was having costume designer

Travis Halsey – Schnell’s old friend – design the cos-

tumes. Halsey himself has joined the ballet big leagues,

designing for Miami City Ballet and New York City Bal-

let, among many others. I couldn’t help but feel the cast

was inspired just filling Halsey’s gorgeous designs.

It probably didn’t hurt that the 23 professional danc-

ers, which Ballet Vero Beach shares with Omaha-based

Ballet Nebraska, was missing out on

MICHELLE sub-zero temperatures during Nut-
GENZ cracker’s two-day run in Florida. But
in the five years of performances
REVIEW here, I have never seen more joy em-

anate from the dancers. In that time,

the company has also grown noticeably more polished.

If Schnell saw that coming, joining forces with what was

then his brand-new ballet company and Nebraska’s

nearly new one, then he was right to wait until now to

give Vero this major production.

Schnell sets his ballet in New York, a century ago.

The opening drop resembles a vintage postcard, with

a locomotive roaring past an oval cutout of the lagoon

framed by mangroves. That drop and others were creat-

ed by Holly Porch, familiar to the Vero theater scene as a

graphic artist at Riverside Theatre. Porch was contracted

by Bungalow Scenic Studios, an Orlando firm that creat-

ed the sets.

The drop rises on a parlor on Christmas Eve 1919,

with a family about to be invited on a train ride to Flori-

da. It was around that time that Vero was first being vis-

ited by sun-seeking northerners descending on Henry

Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railway, the Brightline of its

time.

The family’s ritual is interrupted by news that the ec-

centric Uncle Drosselmeyer is on his way to escort them

to Vero Beach. Played by Matthew Carter, ballet master

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‘NUTCRACKER’ line – Key West. Before we know it, Marie is
awake, and heading for the real-life beach
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B9 she saw in her dream.

magic to the family. He hustles them off to It’s a moment where I found myself re-
Grand Central Station, where we are treated flecting – exactly as Schell and his key col-
to a trio of spiffy lady porters, and the mash- laborator, the Indian River Land Trust,
up of travelers. hoped – on just how much affection I feel for
Vero’s natural realm.
Then, as in all Nutcrackers, Marie finally
dozes with her Nutcracker, bandaged after Schnell wrote in his program that though
breaking on a walnut. The toy transforms to he sometimes feels at odds with the world
the living breathing Nutcracker, the tall and around him, the moments of what he called
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a frisky bobcat, in the second act). Then the realms.”
victorious Nutcracker escorts Marie through
more pleasant dreams of snowy forests, a He did exactly that.
Sugar Plum Fairy, a growing Christmas tree I found one of the most magical char-
and finally the shores of the mangrove-laden acters near the beginning: ballerina Bret
lagoon with dancing dolphins, otters, man- Samson’s gleaming (slimy?) alligator, trans-
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marvelous Mother Mangrove, who appears printed in scaly hide, her long machete of
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the lagoon’s lesser critters. tutus. Schnell nearly broke the bank on Bubbling over with anticipation
Halsey also masterfully delivered two go- this permanent collection of costumes, and
when Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable score led Abby Bande of Port St. Lucie keeps amused with her bubble maker while waiting for the fireworks display at
pher tortoises in jersey-skirted, amber-hued Nutcracker veterans in the audience to en-
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pointe, Schnell wrought it out of dancers Er- Snowflakes swirled down over a dazzling
ika Overturff, Ballet Nebraska’s founder, and 12-member corps de ballet for the King and
Kelsey Schwenker, in the witty pas-de-deux Queen of the Snow’s pas de deux (anoth-
with a twinge of hip-hop about the hands. I er lovely Mars-York pairing). And around
loved it. Claire Goodwillie’s Dew Drop hovered a
dozen Flowers, their tutus adorned with lily
In contrast, the elegant Sandhill Cranes, pads. By the way, for the first time, a Vero
danced by Katie van der Mars and Sasha native was in that corps de ballet: Katerina
York sporting jaunty red caps like the real Schwietzer has just joined Ballet Nebraska
birds, seemed barely tethered to the stage as as a trainee.
they moved as if on stilts. They bobbed and
jumped as the real storks do studding the By retaining much of the original Petipas
county’s pasturelands. Again, Halsey’s cos- choreography (Schnell also credits the cho-
tumes were breathtaking allusions to reality, reography of his former mentor at Walnut
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THINK YOU KNOW JAMES MADISON? THINK AGAIN

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Kat Imhoff, president and CEO of James Madison’s Montpelier, will have a “Conversation” about the
[email protected] Constitution and James Madison Jan. 23 at the Lyric Theatre. PHOTO COURTESY OF JAMES MADISON’S MONTPELIER

James Madison is not as well-known to gave the rules of the road. You can see James reading and writing in six different languag- freedom to believe whatever you want or
the public as some of the other Founding Fa- Madison sitting quietly in his library over- es. He was a sponge. He was interested in not to believe at all. He was influenced in
thers. Jefferson wrote letters and was written looking the Blue Ridge and laying out a facts and research and not a reactionary. He that by the Scottish Enlightenment. He can
about. Hamilton was rapped about. framework for a type of government that has was thoughtful. Jefferson was the fiery poet read Hebrew because he wanted to read the
never been seen.” of the Revolution and Madison was the quiet Bible in its original text, (and he could read)
Madison, known as the architect of the guy in the corner, getting things done. every modern and ancient language influ-
Constitution and the father of the Bill of Madison would have been extraordinary encing Western Civilization.”
Rights, remains a quiet genius who gave this at any time, Imhoff said. “At this time, religion was such a strong
country its framework and codified free- force. He helps get the Statute of Religious Imhoff noted that while religion was a
doms. Now, Kat Imhoff, president and CEO “He was incredibly bright and it was rec- Freedom passed in Virginia. It was not just powerful force to both Jefferson and Mad-
of Madison’s Montpelier, located outside of ognized by his parents, who sent him to toleration, but takes it to the next step of ison, they kept their own religious beliefs
Charlottesville, Virginia, aims to tell the sto- boarding school. As a young teen, he was
ry of the man, his times and his home. Im-
hoff comes to the Lyric Theatre Jan. 23 for a
conversation about our fourth president.

Imhoff noted that men such as Jefferson
and Madison were influenced by the En-
lightenment that swept Europe.

“Madison and Jefferson had a friendship
that didn’t coalesce until they were both in
the Virginia legislature,” Imhoff said. “We
tend to forget how risky it was in 1776. Jo-
seph Ellis has said there were two American
Revolutions, in 1776 and 1787. Ten years was
a long time to maintain the momentum and
the idea of how to keep the government un-
der the Articles of Confederation.

“We define ourselves by the Bill of Rights,
but first came the Constitution. It set the
rules for how power would be shared and

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The Plott thickens as Bonz learns Chet’s story

Hi Dog Buddies! me an my litter spent our first 4-5 years Chet. Bein’ a mysterious feline, she sensed my
indoors, mostly in the dark and totally iso- paranoia an transformed from a docile kit-
This week I yapped with Chadleigh Plott lated. So I have very few inter-canine skills. PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE ty to a four-pawed attack vehicle. She’d am-
Bullock, one of the shiest pooches I’ve ever But I digress. This is my human, James Bull- bush me every chance she got. If it wasn’t
met but, at the same time, a great racon- ock. I call him Chuck. My cat BK’s around tent. He’d had ONLY German Short-haired for Prozac, I’d never have made it. That’s
teur. As you mighta surmised, Chadleigh, here somewhere. So, come’on in.” Pointer rescues for, like, 300 Dog Years, when we changed her name from Sweetie
or “Chet” (he said to call him Chet), is a for Lassie’s Sake, an he’d just lost his most to BK. The K’s short for ‘Kitty.’”
Plott Hound, which I thought was a real co- “Thanks, Chet. An please call me Bonz.” recent Pointer, Daisy, in a tragic accident.
incidence, since I’d met my very first Plott Chet hopped onto the sofa, an settled in. PLUS, he’d just had double knee surgery “Ah, so,” I commented discreetly.
Hound only a coupla weeks ago. Did you He was a good-lookin’ pooch. A Buckskin an couldn’t walk me, even if I sat still to get “Anyway, finally I’d had enough, and I
catch the Maggie Hamilton column? Plott, I learned: short, golden coat; silky my leash on, which I didn’t. I’d freak out said so in my Very Big, Very Loud and (ap-
hound ears, dark eyes an sniffer, chiseled at basically everything. I pretty much had parently) Very Scary, 3-county Baritone
So, anyway, Chet sent me an introducto- muzzle. the personality of a turnip. I was a total Voice. Didn’t know I had it in me. Well, BK
ry Woof-mail with a buncha Cool Kibbles “I though you Plotts only came in Brin- headcase. I didn’t mean to cause trouble, Got With The Program, hasn’t laid a paw on
phodos of him an his cat, BK. Yep, he has a dle,” I said. “How’dja find out you’re a Plott but everywhere I looked, there was some- me since. We don’t snuggle or anything, but
pet cat. I KNOW, Right? anyway?” thing that scared the Dog Biscuits out of we hang out, walk around the pond togeth-
“Chuck had my DNA tested. I have abso- me. ‘A big lump of a dog,’ Chuck called me. er, then wait patiently for The Doorman to
Chet and BK live in a pretty neighbor- lutely no clue what that means, but it’s nice But this nice lady at the Humane Society, let us in. (That’s what we call Chuck.)
hood, around a liddle lake. When me an my to know who I am, you know? We come in Heather, who Really Unnerstands Dogs, Chet’d been sitting docilely on the sofa.
assistant drove up, Chet was in the front so many paint jobs they hafta give us num- kept tellin’ Chuck he should adopt me. He Suddenly there was this knock on the door
yard with his human. The usual Wag-an- bers. I’m 007-111, Buckskin With White didn’t wanna, but Heather knew stuff we an BOOM, he sprung off that sofa like it was
Sniff was more of a Gingerly-Approach- Markings. Sounds like a secret agent, but didn’t. So finally Chuck said, ‘FINE then.’ on fire and let out one of those Baritone
and-Size-Up. So I said, in my calm an polite I’m just a plain ol’ Plott with what looks Barks. He was All Business, protecting his
voice, “Good afternoon. You’re Chadleigh, I like a sprinkling of plaster dust an bad, rock “Well, that first month together was pret- domain. I was impressed. And a liddle star-
presume. I’m Bonzo the Columnist and I’m band eye make-up.” ty doggone weird. If I peeked around the tled. Only when Chuck assured him it was a
delighted to meet you.” I laughed. “I’m ready to hear your story.” corner and spotted Chuck, I’d flee. He’d set Good Guy (the electrician) did he stop that
“Like I mentioned, me an my sibs had food out for me but I mostly didn’t eat it cuz very effective rumbly grrrr-ing.
“Oh, yes, Mr. Bonzo. Do call me Chet. I an extended, over-sheltered puppyhood, of bein’ so NERV-us. If I was outside and “Woof! THAT was SOMEthing, Chet!” I
am a great admirer. I have no wish to be until we found the Humane Society. But he came out, I hid in the bushes. Finally, told him.
rude. It’s just that I have some lingering I was SO timid and shy I got adopted out he removed ALL the vegetation, including “I KNOW!” he grinned. “Ya know, Bonz,
ang-ZY-utty issues, stemming from when an returned two times before me an Chuck two 12’ birds of paradise and a 6’ fern, so he even though I still have a ways to go, I
met. An even THEN, he was re-LUCK- could find me. wouldn’t trade my life here for anything.
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MAC & CHEESE: SO GOOD, IT GETS ITS OWN FESTIVAL!

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent unacquainted with macaroni and cheese. to become a World War II staple food. People General admission tickets for those over
Thomas Jefferson, America’s third president, could get two boxes with one food ration the age of 10 are $5. Some proceeds will ben-
It’s hard to get much more underappreci- served it at state dinners. In 1824, the dish stamp during the war, so just about 50 million efit local not-for-profits.
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Wright 127 “Wine-dark” questionnaire
1 Hsydrogen ___ 65 Canadian prov. WE INTERRUPTS THIS PROGRAM By Merl Reagle
(gas that smells 66 Sinking signal places 68 Mirror-breaker’s
like rotten eggs) 67 Interrupted show 128 Some grains bad-luck span,
about prune- 129 Lives briefly
8 Flop loving private
12 Florence sits on it eyes? DOWN 69 A concrete
16 Something to 72 Detour abbr. 1 Bait-and-switch, amount
75 “You betcha”
stand on 76 Letterman’s time e.g. 70 Crusades crusher
19 Beaver’s last 77 Hawaiian tuna 2 Arm bone 71 Part of a circle’s
78 Supermodel who 3 Interrupted actor
name wed area
20 Soprano’s David Bowie in who’d been sitting 72 Demetrius’s
1992 around too
neighbor 82 Awakened, in a long anyway? workplace
21 Turn sharply way 4 Clan: abbr. 73 Slot machine fruit
22 Resident of San 84 Bust bottom 5 A paler shade of 74 Classic Ford,
85 Frankenstein white
Simian? neck feature 6 Don’t mention it, familiarly
23 Cup-shaped 87 Jannings and in Durango 79 Interrupted show
Gilels 7 Previously,
flower 88 With 96 Across, to the Bard about lawn-care
24 Interrupted film the other 8 Diet restrictions crimefighters?
Tammany Hall 9 Skin cream herb 80 ___ of one’s own
about Southern scandal? 10 Pianist José medicine
farmers? 90 “Too much!” 11 Attach firmly 81 Salamanders
27 Military or music 91 Opposite of sud 12 Mary Kay rival 83 “That ___
abbr. 92 Golfer Hogan 13 Boxer separator religion”
28 Made tracks 93 Auction gesture 14 Starting-over goal 84 See 59 Down
29 Pianist Rudolf 94 Ark of the 15 Maker of Tater 85 Sierra Club sci.
30 Whitman’s Covenant, e.g. Tots 86 Baby’s need, for
dooryard 96 See 88 Across 16 Aa or pahoehoe short
bloomers 103 Oft-dedicated 17 Roots was one 88 Word in a Joe
31 Half-wild, poetry 18 Hair goos McCarthy
half-domesticated 104 ___-Contra 25 Guesser’s plea question
canine 105 Jousting title? 26 Tin is one 89 Biol. blueprint
34 Gide’s good 106 Muscadet wine 32 Ring cheer 92 Pet
35 Conceal city 33 Bask successfully 95 Weed yanker
36 A step ahead of 108 A Musketeer 35 A living nightmare 97 Watch sites
the MPs 111 Take to a higher 36 Incendiary crime 98 Some snakes
38 Interrupted blue- authority 37 “___ not amused” 99 Dog in old RCA
collar spinoff of 114 Sizable: abbr. 39 Heaps logos
Dallas? 115 Geometry proof 40 Luau accessory 100 Gorgeous, to a
45 Rise up abbr. 41 Linden and girl
47 Darned spot 118 Interrupted series Roach 101 More subdued
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50 Laid orbs on 120 Blend 43 Mislead et al.
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aerobics-show of Universal 44 Elihu and Linus 109 Top 40 format
theme? Pictures 46 ’60s mindbender 110 Fired, as a
57 Photographer 123 Glass coloration 52 Go downhill torpedo
Adams 124 Anarchist 53 Settle 111 Mound dwellers
58 Oligocene critters Goldman 54 “A big fat hen” 112 Pinnacle
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TRY TO MAXIMIZE YOUR CHANCES 94

AQJ7

Mark Twain claimed: “Necessity is the mother of taking chances.” J 10 6

We have chances in bridge: for example, the chance that the contract will make. With AJ53
finesses, what are the chances that one, or one out of two, or one out of three will
work? WEST EAST
K 10 6 5
In today’s deal South has finesses available in all three side suits. However, because 93 J8732
he is in a small slam, he cannot afford to take two that lose. How should he play in six K742
hearts after West leads a trump, and East follows suit? 10 8 7 6

The bidding followed a modern path. Two no-trump was the Jacoby Forcing Raise, 9853
guaranteeing game-going values with at least four-card heart support. Four no-trump
was Roman Key Card Blackwood. North’s reply showed the trump queen and two key Q96
cards (two aces, or one ace and the trump king). Five no-trump announced that all six
key cards (four aces, the trump king and trump queen) were held and that South was SOUTH
thinking about a grand slam. Six hearts denied a side-suit king.
AQ
Declarer drew trumps ending on the board, then played a diamond to his queen. Sadly,
it lost, and a diamond came back. Now South needed to maximize his chances in the K 10 8 5 4 2
black suits. He won with his diamond ace, cashed the club king, played a club to the
ace, discarded his last club on the diamond jack and ruffed a club. Here, the queen AQ
appeared to establish dummy’s jack, so the contract was home. But if the queen had
not been seen, declarer would have crossed to dummy with a trump and tried the spade K42
finesse.
Dealer: South; Vulnerable: Neither
The percentages on those finesses are basically 50, 75 and 87.5.
The Bidding:

SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
1 Hearts Pass 2 NT Pass
4 NT Pass 5 Spades Pass LEAD:
5 NT Pass 6 Hearts All Pass 3 Hearts

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