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03/24/2017 ISSUE 12

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Calling all party animals

A3 A16 B4Oxbow Eco-Center wants you
Smarten up, watch Timeless talent Warren

Time for it to detect illness She’s ‘Dancing’ into Fort Pierce

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 12 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017

LET’S GET Neighbors sound
MOVING! off on solar farm
noise concerns

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
[email protected]

A proposed solar farm sev-
en miles southwest of Tradition
is causing some concern among
its would-be neighbors who fear
noise from its construction and
the humming of electricity being
transferred off-site.

“We understand this is a thing
of the future,” said Glades Cut Off
Road resident Debbie Sherrod,
who owns 10 acres across from the
solar farm’s site. Sherrod spoke be-
fore the St. Lucie County Planning
and Zoning Commission. She add-
ed that sound out in the rural com-
munity travels easily. “We would
rather hear coyotes and cows.”

The Crosstown Parkway Extension is intended to alleviate the growing, city-wide problem of traffic congestion. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN

BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent CITY DRIVEN TO TACKLE TRAFFIC PROBLEM

Much of Port St. Lucie is eagerly awaiting sign bubbled to the surface. Specifically, res- intersection at Floresta will help reduce traf-
the Crosstown Parkway Extension, but many idents are concerned how the new intersec- fic delays. “I honestly think [the intersection
locals are still apprehensive about the impact tion will fit into the city’s traffic coordination. at Floresta] is going to be one of our easier
that the mega-project will have on city traffic. intersections. I say that because the biggest
At an open-house Crosstown Parkway engi- Heath Stocton, transportation engineer
neers and the city hosted earlier this month, with Public Works, says he believes the new CONTINUED ON PAGE A12
some anxieties over the new super-street de-

Prestigious award boosts IRSC’s ‘student success’ mission She wasn’t the only one to raise
concerns over Florida Power &
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer ters,” said college president Dr. Ed- lege has been named a top school made the Top Three – the Aspen Light’s plans to plant 300,000 solar
[email protected] win Massey. “It’s just that simple.” by the Aspen Institute, an educa- Award is awarded in two-year cy- panels on 565 acres of farmland lo-
tional and policy studies organiza- cles. cated at 21351 Glades Cut Off Road.
What’s the formula for creating The school was recently named tion based in Washington, D.C.
a high-performing, cost-effective, a Finalist-with-Distinction for the “The students play a big part of Her mother, Joan Sherrod, who
community-oriented college? For Aspen Award, which came with a In 2015, IRSC was named to the it,” Dr. Massey said of the school’s owns nearly 300 acres on Glades
Indian River State College, it’s a $100,000 prize and national recog- Top 10 for Community College success in the award program. Cut Off, also questioned the noise
mantra – “Student success mat- nition. It’s the second time the col- Excellence. This year, the college level. FPL conducted a noise study
CONTINUED ON PAGE A8 on the site and noted that noise
from the property is well under the

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

IN THIS ISSUE The Kingston Trio still
has brio – and they
LOCAL NEWS A1-A14 can prove it. Page B1

OBITUARIES A13 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B9

HEALTH A16-A19 DINING B10

GOLF B15 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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CALLING ALL PARTY ANIMALS: OXBOW WANTS YOU!

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent 10 and older and will run PHOTO COURTESY OXBOW ECO-CENTER There’s lots more volunteer creativity go-
from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ing on at Oxbow in preparation for Earth
Oxbow Eco-Center is looking for some The cost is $10. ida species,” Cartmill said. However, many Day.
party animals for its inaugural Procession of people pick a certain critter to be, so be it.
the Species Parade. “The one [on March 25] is “I also have what I call Creative Saturdays
going to be (making) animal “We want people to have artistic expres- every Saturday at the Oxbow now to April
Earth Day is April 22, but Oxbow is cele- headdresses and masks,” sion and go with what interests them,” she 15,” Cartmill said.
brating a week later so people can make it Cartmill said. “Our goal is to said. “If we have more than one fish, we’ll
to other events, such as the county’s River have local artists lead these have a school of fish.” Creative Saturdays started on March 11.
Clean-up Kayak Excursion in Fort Pierce. workshops.” Participants are turning trash and recycla-
Erin Cartmill, environmental volunteer co- Folks who can’t make the upcoming par- bles into Earth Day decorations.
ordinator, said Oxbow is urging volunteers Procession of the Species ticipant workshop need not fret.
to dress up as animals and join in the pro- parades started in 1995 in “I’m sitting in a wall of bags of empty bot-
cession during the Earth Day Festival on Olympia, Wash. Organizers “There’re going to be more,” Cartmill said. tles,” Cartmill said. “We just finished a giant
April 29. wanted to celebrate the 25th “There will definitely be one on (Saturday) frog made out of tires.”
anniversary of Earth Day with April 15, but we’re working out details.”
“Take a favorite animal, or one that gives a new twist, along with sup- Arachnophobes, beware. “We’re working
you creative inspiration,” she said. porting renewal of the En- Going to the workshops is not required to on a giant spider,” Cartmill said.
dangered Species Act. They adopted three participate in the Procession of the Species.
Then make a mask or headdress repre- rules for the event. Participants of all ages are welcomed, too. At that city council meeting, Bogan said
senting that animal, and read up about it. Oxbow looks forward to its annual Earth
Procession participants aren’t allowed “All people walking in the procession will Day Festival. This is the 13th. “Earth Day is
“You represent your animal and emulate to use words — spoken or written — to tell be entered into a contest,” Cartmill said. our largest event,” she said.
it if you can,” she said. “It’s a way to connect people about their chosen animals. The idea
nature and environmental learning with is to teach others about them by acting out Cartmill said the festival attracts about
arts.” the animals’ behaviors. No live animals are 3,000 a year. This year the Oxbow is expect-
permitted in processions, except for service ing upwards to 5,000 visitors to its festival.
Lack the creative crafting gene? No prob- animals. Additionally, motorized vehicles Parking will be at Calvary Port St. Lucie,
lem. Sandra Bogan — the center’s environ- and music amplification are prohibited, ex- 5555 NW Saint James Drive. A shuttle ser-
mental education and community outreach cept for necessary mobility prosthetics such vice will run visitors between the center
manager — recently told the Port St. Lucie as mechanized wheelchairs. and parking.
City Council the center is getting creative
folks to lend helping hands. Cartmill said local procession partici- More about the Oxbow Eco-Center and its
pants are free to pick whatever critters they Earth Day Festival is at www.oxboweco.com.
“We also involved our rich artistic com- wish to represent. There are no regional lim- Admission is free, and it’ll be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
munity,” she said at the council meeting. itations. “This doesn’t have to be a local Flor- To find out more, or to register, for workshops,
call Cartmill at 772-785-5833. The center is
This Saturday, the center will have a work- at 5400 N.E. Saint James Drive. 
shop for volunteer beasties to ready for the
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IRSC AWARD said, that have led Indian River State College Joe Conrado, chairman of the IRSC Board of Trustees, and Dr. Edwin Massey,
to achieving more for its students. IRSC President, accept the Aspen Institute Finalist-with-Distinction Award.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
Behind everything is the school’s mis-
He said they are very persistent, working sion: “Student success matters,” he said. If
to get degrees to improve their lots in life. “A it doesn’t support students’ success, then
diploma or degree is the key to their future.” why do it or have it? The college’s board of
directors, too, has supported this culture of
The faculty, too, plays a pivotal role, the change, giving the faculty the freedom to try
president said, explaining that many of different approaches.
them have witnessed first-hand the evolu-
tion of students – students who don’t learn Dr. Massey said the school – from the
the same way they used to. board to the students – accepts changes to
the curricula handily with little push-back.
Instead of resisting the change and forc-
ing students into pigeon holes, the faculty Everything IRSC does, according to the
has embraced changes, including imple- president, is to prepare students for what-
menting new technology tools to better en- ever their next step is, be it transferring to a
gage students. university for further education, or transi-
tioning into the workforce.
The Echo 360 is one such tool in the fac-
ulty’s arsenal – it allows teachers to film “IRSC is a natural leader in workforce
the class and allows students to react to preparation,” said Joshua Wyner, executive
the teaching electronically. Think digital director of the Aspen Institute College Ex-
hand-raising. A student who might other- cellence Program in a prepared statement.
wise be reluctant to raise a hand to ask a “What they do most exceptionally is provide
question can now do so without others in high-quality education geared towards real
the class knowing. economic opportunities for students. ... In-
dian River is really a force for student mo-
Dr. Massey said this tool has helped many bility but also for economic strength in its
students get additional clarification and ex- region.”
planations they might otherwise might not
have gotten. Students are assigned one counselor who
is with them for the duration of their edu-
Faculty members have also flipped their cational career at IRSC. With the counselor
classrooms – they record their lectures for and a career coach, students build a two-
students to watch outside of class time (like year schedule that leads them to the career
a homework assignment), and then engage goal they have identified.
the students in group work during their as-
signed class. The career coach evaluates industry jobs
and salaries and helps students decide if
It’s these types of changes, Dr. Massey
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IRSC AWARD there,” Dr. Massey said. approval for a new facility in Fort Pierce that motive technology, to name a handful.
Indian River State College has five cam- will address training in industry skills. “We’re trying to help build” what indus-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A8
puses along the Treasure Coast, two in St. Dr. Massey said the facility will address try companies need, he said, adding that
the career they want is one they should ulti- Lucie County, and one each in Indian River, the need for skilled workers – those who the importance of community colleges
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If there are scant job opportunities or marine industry manufacturing, in aviation There are 28 such schools in Florida with
declining salaries in that particular field, “We continue to evolve our school,” the industry manufacturing, “smart” manufac- approximately 800,000 students, he said.
“Let me tell you, you don’t want to go college president said, adding that the Flor- turing – think technology, welding and auto-
ida Legislature has granted the school initial “Building the middle class, essentially, is
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SLIGHT UNEMPLOYMENT Add beauty and
RISE COULD BE GOOD SIGN natural light to your
EXISTING entryway
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent rate peaked in the 1990s and early 2000s in
the 67 percent range. The participation rate in about an hour!
Unemployment ticked up slightly in dropped dramatically around 2008 with the
January nationally and locally. The state’s Great Recession, and slow economic recov- • Glass patterns • Patio & Sliding
Department of Economic Opportunity re- ery and has inched up recently. “Our par- for every style Glass Doors
cently released its January employment re- ticipation rate in St. Lucie County and the and budget
port, and St. Lucie’s not-seasonally-adjusted Port St. Lucie (Metropolitan Statistical Area, • Framed /
unemployment rate edged up from 5.4 in MSA) was always relatively low for the state • Customize to Frameless
December to 6 percent in January. average,” Tesch said. “The workforce is grow- your style Shower Units
ing. More people are coming back in. In the
Local economic-development officials short-term perspective, that’s why I think • Impact Glass • Etching
see that as most likely a good sign. you’re seeing an uptick (in unemployment).”
• Wood Interior/ • Schlage &
“This doesn’t necessarily translate to an The Port St. Lucie MSA includes all of St. Exterior Doors Fusion Hardware
economic slowdown,” said Peter Tesch, pres- Lucie and Martin counties. The MSA had al-
ident of the St. Lucie County Economic De- most 146,000 jobs in January, an increase of • Fiberglass • Mirror Wraps
velopment Council. “It indicates to me the about 4,800 from the year before. The MSA Doors
(local) economy is expanding.” had an unemployment rate at 5.7 percent in
January, up from 5.1 percent in December
Tesch said there’s anecdotal evidence and 5.5 percent the year before.
workers are feeling more hopeful.
The largest number of added jobs in the
“Those workers who were disenchanted, area during 2016 were in education and
those not in the workforce, have come back health services, about 1,400. Professional
to the dock, if you will,” he said. and business services followed with 1,100.
One sector that had been showing on state
The unemployment rate can rise during reports as shedding jobs was manufacturing.
economic expansion if new and returning However, after local officials pushed for and
workers outpace jobs growth. got a state reexamination of its reporting,
that has changed – the state is now reporting
The national and state unemployment that manufacturing added about 200 jobs to
rates are calculated using a variety of meth- the Port St. Lucie MSA in 2016.
ods. Among them are telephone interviews
with workers. Those who are able to work “From an economic-development per-
and report not having jobs, but looked for spective and our efforts to grow that sector,
employment in the previous 30 days, are we have a very viable industry sector and it’s
counted as unemployed. Discouraged work- something we’re very proud of,” Tesch said.
ers — those who are able to work and want
jobs, but have not sought employment in the The state recently released a study of local
previous 30 days — are not counted in the manufacturing, which accounts for about
unemployment figure. Many call this “shad- 6,700 jobs. As of 2015, local manufacturing
ow unemployment,” and it’s inherently diffi- workers earn about $50,200. That’s about
cult to track due to variations for why people $12,200 more than the average. The largest
don’t seek jobs. subsector is transportation manufacturing.
The second largest is food manufacturing.
Nationally, the labor-force participation The majority of local manufacturing workers
rate — generally the number of available are men with high-school diplomas to asso-
people ages 16 and older who are working ciates degrees. 
or actively seeking jobs — is up. The Bureau
of Labor Statistics reported that in January
the participation rate was at 62.9 percent,
up from 62.7 percent in December. The

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TRAFFIC

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challenge with coordination plans is accom- a new technology on St. Lucie West Boule- Though certainly the main focus now is city and contributing right-of-ways to ex-
modating side street traffic. If you allow the vard called adaptive signal control. This is a the eastward extension of the parkway to tend the parkway westward as well, illumi-
main thoroughfares too much time, then system that is able to collect data and adapt U.S. 1, Angstadt also mentions that there nating the fact that our current parkway
you increase delays on the side streets. With to traffic patterns in real time. “It’ll collect are a few DRIs west of the parkway that in concerns are part of a larger, much more
this one, there isn’t going to be any through volume data in real time and adjust timing the future will be collaborating with the intricate tapestry. 
traffic. It’s all going to be right turns. So for the main corridor, St. Lucie West Boule-
hopefully a lot of traffic will be able to make vard, as well as the side streets, so that we CRIME BLOTTER MAR. 10-16
their right turns without taking away from can best accommodate everyone,” says Sto-
the main corridor timing.” cton.  Carlos Alberto Trejo, 40, Fort Pierce; Of- $5,000 and Grand theft of firearm.
fense Location: 5199 NW E. Torino Pkwy.,
Not only will the intersection augment The program, which will cost approxi- Port St. Lucie; Arresting Agency: Port St.  John P. Murphy, 69, 9220 Short Chirp Cir-
traffic flow by reducing a typically four- mately $30,000 per intersection and will be Lucie Police Department; Charge(s): DUI cle, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location: Same;
phase signal pattern to three phases, but funded by the local gas tax, will first be test- and Hit and Run – leave scene of crash in- Arresting Agency: St. Lucie County Sheriff’s
with the addition of the bridge, drivers will ed on nine intersections along St. Lucie West volving damage to property. Office; Charge(s): Battery – touch/strike.
be able to access a new conduit from East Boulevard. By the end of the year, Angstad,
to West. This will not only free up Floresta, says they will have the results from the trial,  Stephan Francois Lysius, 20, 5792 NW  Linda M. Murphy, 67, 9220 Short Chirp
a two-lane neighborhood street that many and will be able to proceed accordingly. Wesley Rd., Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location: Circle, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location:
use to connect to Port St. Lucie and Prima 973 SW Del Rio Blvd., Port St. Lucie; Arresting Same; Arresting Agency: St. Lucie County
Vista boulevards, but it will also decrease ca- Currently, Florida Department of Trans- Agency: Port St. Lucie Police Department; Sheriff’s Office; Charge(s): Battery – touch/
pacity on those major corridors as well. portation is conducting its own study on Charge(s): Felony Aggravated Battery – use strike.
traffic timing along U.S. 1, between Lennard of deadly weapon, Battery – touch/strike,
The parkway extension, which is nearly Road and Midway. They are testing for mul- Possession or Use of drug equipment.  Ivelisses Del Rosario Rodriguez Castil-
40 years in the making, is hands-down one tiple parameters such as peak hours, travel lo, 48, 1920 SW Fountainview Blvd., Port
of the biggest roadway development proj- distances and directions, and signaling,  Homer Gutierrez, 37, 1440-103 SW St. Lucie; Arrest Location: 1713 NW St.
ects the city has undertaken in recent histo- and will be able to implement their findings Stephanie Way, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Lo- Lucie West Blvd., Port St. Lucie; Arresting
ry. Nonetheless, the rapid growth of Port St. within the month, says FDOT spokesperson cation: Same; Arresting Agency: SLCSP; Agency: Port St. Lucie Police Department;
Lucie has demanded constant attention to Barbara Kelleher. She adds that once the Charge(s): Felony Warrant – Use/Possession Charge(s): Larceny – petit theft under $300.
traffic improvements across the board. parkway extension is complete, FDOT will Drug paraphernalia.
conduct a new series of tests.  Sandra J. Cooper, 50, 5766 NW Cleburn
Jim Angstadt, director of Public Works  Daniel Paul Dixon, 25, Fort Pierce; Arrest Dr., Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location: 900 N.
with the city, points out that within the last Location: S Header Canal Rd/C-24 Canal Rock Rd., Fort Pierce; Arresting Agency:
couple of decades, Airoso and Bayshore Rd, Port St. Lucie; Arresting Agency: St. Luc- SLCSP; Charge(s): Felony Warrant – Aggra-
boulevards have been widened to four-lane ie County Sheriff’s Office; Charge(s): Felony vated assault with a deadly weapon.
highways, and Gatlin Boulevard has been Cocaine possession.
widened to six, a clear sign of the city’s grow-  Jody-Ann Kedean Anson, 18, 387 SW
ing traffic needs.  Marcus John Robertson, 31, 10440-105 Sanday Way, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Location:
SW Stephanie Way, Port St. Lucie; Arrest 218 S. 2nd St., Fort Pierce; Arresting Agen-
Of all the major thoroughfares, St. Lucie Location: 900 N. Rock Rd., Fort Pierce; Ar- cy: SLCSP; Charge(s): Warrant – Disruption
West Boulevard is perhaps the most chal- resting Agency: St. Lucie County Sheriff’s of educational institution.
lenging for traffic, says Angstadt. Because of Office; Charge(s): Felony Warrant - Escam-
a steady surge in population over decades, bia County – Grand theft between $300 and ‑ Reports compiled through information provided by
city engineers have admittedly been behind the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.
in developing an effective resolution for this
road’s over-capacity. Currently St. Lucie West
Boulevard, along with Port St. Lucie Boule-
vard, Gatlin Boulevard, U.S. 1 and Cross-
town, is part of a traffic coordination system
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IN LOVING MEMORY TREASURING LIFE

ERNEST C. WEIRICK, 99 Before retiring, she worked for the pres- “T‰easu‰e Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie ident of UNICEF in New York City as an lifted a weight
executive assistant for 20 years. She had a off ou‰ shoulders”.
Ernest Carl Weirick, 99, of Port St. Lucie passion for gardening, cooking, collecting
departed this life Tuesday, March 14. dolls, knitting, traveling/cruising (with the With our support, families “Peggy cared for our mom at home
one of her highlights being a cruise around can be more confident during a long illness so Mom could be
Mr. Weirick graduated from Lebanon the cape of South America), a voracious ap- with the family she loved. But in the
Valley College and attended Wharton petite for reading books (of late, mostly on caregivers and spend more final months when Mom’s condition
School, where he did his graduate work. her Kindle), and an appreciation of music, quality time together. got worse, her doctor recommended
He worked as an industrial engineer for especially Andre Rieu. Treasure Coast Hospice. They provided
Eastman Kodak in Rochester, N.Y., and re- To learn more, call us at expert care for Mom, supported our
tired to Mechanicsburg, Pa. He was also an A few years after her husband’s death in (866) 999-4550 or visit caregiving and guided the whole family.
Eagle Scout. 1999, she relocated to Port St. Lucie, then This was the relief we needed to enjoy
temporarily back to the northeast in Stat- tchospice.org. time with Mom.”
Mr. Weirick was preceded in death by en Island, N.Y., to be near Vincent and his
his sisters, Iva Claire and Charlotte, and family, and finally returned to Port St. Lucie Serving all, regardless of – Ellen and Peggy
their spouses. He is survived by his loving to live with her son Frank. She loved every- ability to pay. Margaret’s daughters
wife of 75 years, June; daughters Bonnie thing about being in Florida and all of its
Carl and June Carol Hagreen; five grand- majestic beauty. Licensed since 1982. ©2012 Treasure Coast Hospice.
children; 19 great-grandchildren; three
great-great-grandchildren; and many oth- Helen is predeceased by her husband,
er loving family members and friends. Frank Joseph Corrado. She is survived by
her six children: Ann and her husband
HELEN GERTRUDE CORRADO, 82 Nicholas Georgetti; Lucinda and her hus-
Port St. Lucie band Michael Birchwale; Louis and his
wife Donna; Frank; Michael and his wife
Helen Gertrude (nee Michels) Corrado, Janet; and Vincent. She is survived by her
82, passed away on March 6 in Port St. Luc- 11 grandchildren: Erica and Keith Corrado,
ie. Born in Jersey City, the daughter to Jo- Christopher and Michael Georgetti, Mak-
hann Valentine Michels and Anna Theresa sim, Alexander and Roman Birchwale, Sar-
Kessler, Helen is predeceased by her par- ah and Benjamin Corrado, Charles & John
ents and her brother, John Harold Michels. Paul Corrado. She had one great-grand-
daughter, Eleanor Grace Tseng (daughter of
She grew up in Jersey City until the age of Erica and Joseph).
21, when she married her husband Frank.
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Hi Dog Buddies! remember the date because I was an hour I’d been well trained. After
away from Buyin’ the Doghouse.” we got past that one little
This week I yapped with a retiree, Zeke incident where I Did My
Sparks. Zeke’s story gave me the Total Wil- “Say wha-at? An HOUR?” Doodie in the basement
lies, but it had a happy ending, thank Lass- “Yep. I was wandering homeless on cuz I didn’t know where
ie. And it sure reminded me how lucky I the streets of Buffalo when I got scooped I was s’pose to go, I got
am. up and taken to Dog Jail. After a month, to join the family.”
with no prospects, the shelter people de-
Zeke’s a black Shih Tzu: good lookin’ TER-munned I was Not Adoptable, so I got “Woof! That’s some
poocheroo, upbeat an fren-ly. Him and his scheduled to be Put Down.” story, Zeke!” I exclaimed.
Mom and Dad are from Buffalo, Way Up I got a chill. “How’d you come by your
North, where you gotta bundle up so you “Shelter dogs knew what that means. name?”
won’t freeze your Kazoo off. Now they’re Humans think we don’t, but WE KNOW.
Snowbirds (Zeke’s a Snowbirddog), an they The Day came, and I was cowering behind “Well, first, Nana Elaine
drive down here in an RV (you know, a cool my water bowl and wouldn’t come out. called me Miller, after a
house on wheels), an stay in this real pretty THEN some people from a place called goalie for the Buffalo Sa-
campground with trees an lotsa pooches. Black Dog Rescue swooped in and saved bres (that’s hockey, ya
me. I got a lovely bath an a chip an a hair- know). But Mom and Dad
When me an my Assistant drove up, all cut an the No-Puppies Procedure. Then I decided to call me Zeke,
three of ’em were out front to greet us. “Hi was Ready! But I didn’t know what for. which is okey-dokey with
there Bonz! Did you find us OK? Great to “That’s when my Nana Elaine saw me me.”
meetcha! This is my Mom, Karen, and my and told her Dad (who I now call Daddy
Dad, George. Come’on, we’ll go yap in- Rex), an he called his friends, my Mom and “So, Zeke, got any food
side.” Dad (they were down here) and told ’em favs?”
I was The Dog For Them. So, Black Dog
I got out my notebook, and Zeke hopped didn’t put me up for adoption. They put “Ar you woofin’ me? I
up on a chair next to his Mom and Dad. me On Hold so Mom and Dad could meet love chicken, and Milk-
“Ready when you are,” I said. me when they got back to Buffalo, and The Bone, of course!”
Shelter could make sure Mom and Dad’d
“Stop me if I yap too fast,” he said. “I’m be Good Pooch Parents. They hadda have “Why, ‘of course’?” I
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I love to camp in St. Augustine cuz they ble, and placemat and plate. I almost fell
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too. At my favorite one, the chef comes out
to see how I liked my meal.” Till next time,
“I like goin’ go out in the boat, an I
have my own boogie board for the pool. The Bonz
When Mom rides her bike, she stuffs me
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also a pretty snazzy dresser; got outfits with interesting stories. To set
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SMART WATCHES variations in heart rate patterns indicative Stephen Blank, DDS
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Stunning pool home beckons
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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent kitchen and opens onto the screened pa-
[email protected] tio and pool area.

The home at 10358 SW Azzia Way is both The kitchen is truly the heart of this
spacious and inviting, but when you walk home. The owner’s children were at the
into the home in The Estates at Tradition, breakfast bar when we toured the house
the first thing you see through the glass and it’s easy to see a family having a snack or
doors is the pool, with its amazing rock wa- doing homework there, perhaps while mom
terfall and water slide. You have just stepped or dad makes dinner. The room is a nice 15-
into the home and are already on vacation. by-13, with granite countertops, a center
island, lots of counter space and storage,
The entryway has porcelain tile with a and a double pantry. Several of the cabinets
Tuscan flair and this tile is found through-

out the public rooms. As you look up, you have glass fronts. An eating area, 10-by-8,
see the molding and high ceilings. Elise gives the family a chance to dine together.
Danielian, the agent for Lang Realty, not-
ed that ceiling height is a hallmark of Toll “One of the things that makes this com-
Brothers, the home’s builder. munity unique is that it has natural gas,”
Danielian said. “It’s nice if you like to do a
The first room you see, the living room, lot of cooking.”
is a generous 19 feet by 18 feet. The for-
mal dining room, just off the living room, Downstairs, there are two 12-by-12 bed-
is 12-by-12 and situated nicely for enter- rooms that share a Jack-and-Jill bath. It’s a
taining. A 17-by-16 family room is off the perfect bath for kids, with a closed-off com-
mode and large vanity with two sinks. Kids

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in a hurry to get ready for school can each tional 12-by-12 bedrooms share a bath. Up a AFFORDABLE
have their own space. There is a laundry small flight of stairs is another bedroom that FLOORING
room with lots of storage, another hallmark, could also be a media room, office, gym, den
Danielian said, of a Toll Brothers home. or anything you want it to be. A Juliette balco-
ny is a lovely touch.
On the way to the master suite is a con-
venient powder room. The carpeted mas- Then you go back outside, to that wonder-
ter bedroom is 20-by-14 and is light and ful oasis in the rear of the house. The pool and
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Listing price: $489,000

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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

Irish eyes smiled on local real estate agents last week, as an impressive 20 single-family residences and
lots changed hands from March 13-17 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the home at 9981 SW Papaya Tree Court. First listed in
November for $529,000, this 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2,674-square-foot residence sold for $475,000 on
March 15.
The next best sale was the residence at 12149 SW Bennington Circle. The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom,
3,000-square-foot house was snapped up March 13 – the day it went on the market – for the $339,900
asking price.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
ORIGINAL SELLING
PRICE
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
$475,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 9981 SW PAPAYA TREE COURT 11/18/2016 $529,000 3/15/2017 $339,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 12149 SW BENNINGTON CIRCLE 3/13/2017 $339,900 3/13/2017 $264,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 723 SW MYAKKA RIVER TRACE 1/2/2017 $264,500 3/16/2017 $260,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 647 SW LONG KEY COURT 1/6/2017 $259,900 3/14/2017 $255,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5721 NW ALCAZAR TERRACE 11/1/2016 $255,000 3/17/2017 $252,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10717 SW STRATTON DRIVE 9/30/2016 $263,900 3/15/2017 $245,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6113 NW BUTTERFLY ORCHID PLACE 9/16/2016 $279,899 3/13/2017 $240,000
SAINT LUCIE WEST 824 SW ST. ANDREWS COVE 10/23/2016 $273,000 3/15/2017 $230,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 346 NW TOSCANE TRAIL 3/12/2016 $244,900 3/15/2017 $230,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11189 SW WINDING LAKES CIRCLE 1/18/2017 $239,900 3/15/2017 $229,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5714 NW JIGSAW COURT 2/12/2017 $229,900 3/17/2017 $219,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5331 NW WISK FERN CIRCLE 10/31/2016 $224,900 3/13/2017 $216,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 150 NW PLEASANT GROVE WAY 10/31/2016 $229,000 3/15/2017

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12149 SW Bennington Circle, Port Saint Lucie 723 SW Myakka River Trace, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 3/13/2017 Listing Date: 1/2/2017
Original Price: $339,900 Original Price: $264,500
Sold: 3/13/2017 Sold: 3/16/2017
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647 SW Long Key Court, Port Saint Lucie 5721 NW Alcazar Terrace, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 1/6/2017 Listing Date: 11/1/2016
Original Price: $259,900 Original Price: $255,000
Sold: 3/14/2017 Sold: 3/17/2017
Selling Price: $260,000 Selling Price: $255,500
Listing Agent: Janna Vargas Listing Agent: Glenn R. Krumenacker

Selling Agent: Berkshire Hathaway Fl Realty Selling Agent: RE/MAX Masterpiece Realty

Tanya M Bach Lynn Otto

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER

Coming Up! PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE KINGSTON TRIO

IT WOULD BE WISE KSTINILGLSTHOANS TBRRIIOO BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer I had the opportunity to chat
TO SEE SOLOMON’S [email protected] with him last year, when the trio ap-
‘THERAPY’ COMEDY ... and they’ll prove it at Emerson Center peared at the Emerson Center. They
The Kingston Trio will celebrate return April 8 and I had a chance to
BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer its 60th anniversary in May, and catch up with Grove, who joked that
[email protected] while none of the members is orig- he figured they were asked back
inal, George Grove has been with
1 Steve Solomon’s comedy them for 41 of those years. CONTINUED ON PAGE B3
“My Mother’s Italian, My
Father’s Jewish & I’m in Ther-
apy” returns to Stuart’s Lyric
Theatre on Tuesday. Solomon,
who grew up in an ethnically di-
verse Brooklyn neighborhood,
uses his own experiences and
observations to create and in-
habit some 30 characters. They
discuss life’s mundane topics
which, with Solomon’s come-
dic touch, can leave audiences
rolling in the aisles. The show
is part play and part stand-up,
and the humor can get a bit ad-
olescent. Critic Paul Hodgins of
Variety writes, “Watching Steve
Solomon perform ‘My Mother’s
Italian, My Father’s Jewish &
I’m in Therapy’ is a bit like lis-
tening to a mockingbird. You’ll
catch a little Alan King here, a
pinch of Seinfeld there, with a
smidgen of Don Rickles, Bil-
ly Crystal and George Carlin
thrown in.” If that comedic
combo floats your boat, you’ll
get kick out of this one. Show-
time is 7 p.m.

CONTINUED ON PAGE B6

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‘GYPSY’: A MUSICAL FEAST WITH ‘EVERY INGREDIENT’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer phenomenal Vicki Lewis is playing Mama Vicki Lewis will star in the Maltz Of course, the first Mama Rose was Eth-
[email protected] Rose. She’s one of my favorite actresses Jupiter Theatre’s production of el Merman, but it has also been played by
and a great pal and it’s thrilling to work the classic musical ‘Gypsy.’ Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Tyne
The musical “Gypsy” has an amazing with her.” Daly and Patti Lupone.
pedigree, with music by Jule Styne, lyrics PHOTO COURTESY OF ALICE DONELAN
by a young Stephen Sondheim and book Playing Mama Rose is a challenge be- “There’s a saying in the theater, ‘Break a
by Arthur Laurents. Many critics consider cause the character is disliked so much. leg,’” Dodge said. “We’re going to break a
it one of the best American musicals ever “It’s hard playing a woman perceived legend. When you work with Vicki Lewis,
written, with the character of Mama Rose she’s breaking legends. She’ll put her one
even compared to King Lear. as a monster and find the pathos,” Dodge inimitable stamp on it.”
said. “Vicki knows how to find that. Some
It also has those great songs, from “Ev- formidable ladies have set the bar.” Dodge said that she tries to find the hu-
erything’s Coming Up Roses” to “Let Me manity in the character of Mama Rose,
Entertain You” to “You Gotta Get a Gim- even though she is so unsympathetic.
mick.”
“She is a firecracker, an explosive char-
“Gypsy” will be presented at the Maltz acter,” Dodge said. “I’m trying to mine
Jupiter Theatre March 21-April 9. Ac- the moments when she feels despair. I’m
claimed director Marcia Milgrom Dodge, looking for those opportunities to give her
who was nominated for a Tony Award for more humanity, what she’s really grap-
her revival of “Ragtime,” returns to the pling (with). The first song, ‘Some Peo-
Maltz as director and choreographer. She ple,’ tells her backstory, what she’s been
spoke recently about why she wanted to through and why she wants to get out of
direct this show, which will star Broadway there.
veteran Vicki Lewis.
“At the core of who Rose is [resides] a
“It’s constructed like a fine wrist watch,” quintessential American character, try-
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‘Rumors’ has it! Hype surrounds Neil Simon show

BY PAM HARBAUGH | Correspondent told him that his “old cohorts” would be doing the

Forget March Madness. A drive north likely will show as well, prompting an immediate “yes” from
be worth your time to watch the dream team that
has lined up for Melbourne Civic Theatre’s revival Campbell.
of “Rumors.”
“I figured this will be the fourth and proba-
Indeed, there is an element of community the-
ater legend in this production of the Neil Simon bly last time I do this role because I’m getting up
farce. Their previous productions sold out and
this new one, opening March 23 in the intimate, there in age. In the first 10 minutes of the show I’m
93-seat venue in Melbourne, is quickly following
suit. Within hours of tickets going on sale, the first running up and down stairs 15 to 20 times. It kicks
two Sundays sold out and many performances
only have a scant number of seats left. Plans are my butt.”
already being made for additional performances.
In addition to casting her husband Terrence,
“I don’t know if there’s a cult surrounding it,
but I know a lot of people are excited about seeing Peg Girard also called Adrian Cahill right away. It
it again,” said actor Terrence Girard, who for the
fourth time plays Leonard in the show. will be the third time playing the psychiatrist for

Written in 1988, Simon’s “Rumors” ran for a Cahill, who is British.
year-and-a-half on Broadway. Directed by Gene
Saks, it had a host of big-name actors including He said people jumped at the opportunity to
Christine Baranski, who won the Tony for her
turn in it. reprise their roles or even take on different ones

The story takes place north of New York City in if need be.
a politician’s comfortable home in Snedens Land-
ing, a ritzy enclave on the Hudson River. Friends “She said hey, we’re doing ‘Rumors’ again, and
are about to gather to celebrate the 10th anniver-
sary of the politician’s marriage. you’ll either do this or you’ll never work in this

“It begins with a gunshot and never stops,” said town again,” Cahill said, with the droll humor of
director Peg Girard, who also is reprising her role
of Cookie. Like her husband, Terrence, this is her his homeland. “But I couldn’t bear think of some-
fourth time in the show.
one else being Ernie. I would hate being in the au-
The first couple to arrive at the home are Ken
and Chris Gorman, both lawyers. They decide it dience watching it and not being a part of it.”
is in the politician’s best interest to keep the gun-
shot accident in the dark. The newcomers to the family, if you will, are

More characters arrive, including gossips, a Sandy Ganio and Rita Moreno. Make that Brevard
psychiatrist, an accountant with whiplash and a TV cook
with back spasms. County resident, Rita Moreno.

The plot becomes increasingly frantic with the arrival of Moreno will be playing the role of Cassie Coo-
each new character and with the fibs unraveling about the
gunshot, the never-seen politician and his missing wife. per, a jealous woman who uses a quartz crystal to

It’s basically “add water and stir” for this troupe. get back to center. Opposite her is Steven Wolf, a
“It’s very fast and it’s fun,” Peg Girard said. “We’re hav-
ing a blast in rehearsal.” very popular area actor who swings effortlessly
Her cast echoes that sentiment.
“We are so in tune with each other,” said Bob Camp- from drama to comedy and who used to be a pro-
bell, who plays Ken Gorman for the fourth time. “We
know how the other actors work and how they’ll respond. fessional actor in New York. This is Wolf’s third

time in the play.

“It’s all so new to me,” Moreno said. “It’s been

fun watching the original cast go through the

‘Rumors.’ show. I’m just laughing out loud and I’m having a
good time of it. It has a following and a history.”
PHOTO: BENJAMIN THACKER
Ganio will play the part of taciturn Officer Pud-

ney, who arrives on the scene with no-nonsense

We all know how to play off each other.” Officer Welch, played by Michael Thompson in his third

The ensemble’s first time in the show was in 1992 at the turn in the show. In addition to being a well-known Bre-

old Phoenix Theatre directed by Rodney Fairbanks. At the vard actor, Thompson is also a director and has worked at

request of its patrons, the Phoenix reprised the show in numerous theaters throughout the area.

2004. After the Phoenix closed, the ensemble regrouped at Although she’s in a different role, this will be the fourth

the old Theater Company of Palm Bay, where the show was time Sally Contess will be in “Rumors,” this time as attor-

produced in 2008. ney Chris Gorman. Susan Suomi will appear for her sec-

The last show Campbell (who moved north a few years ond time as gossipy social climber Clair Ganz.

ago) did here was the 2008 production of “Rumors,” which

was directed by Peg Girard. “Rumors” runs through April 30 at Melbourne Civic The-

When Girard knew she was going to do this show again, atre, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave. Tickets are $29 and $31. Call

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MARCH IRSC digital media students scoop up 32 Addy Awards

25 Democratic Women’s Club of St. Indian River State College Digital
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met and spoke with our representatives. All of advertising. Competitors entered

Democrats are invited. Come and enjoy the original designs in categories such as

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1 Set of beliefs 73 Words 2 and 3 DOWN 64 Take out of SORRY, WRONG LETTER AGAIN! By Merl Reagle
6 With 63 Down, 1 Western wear
of “Misty” 2 Reclaimed autos mothballs
a WWII battle 75 Goliath’s last 3 Put into effect, 67 Japanese art of
arena
11 Scandinavian stand as laws fencing with
metropolis 76 Bill the Science 4 Larry’s co­star bamboo staves
15 Sloth’s hangout 68 Atlas blow­up
19 Barbusse or Guy of TV on CHiPs 69 Ogler
Bergson 77 White blanket 5 Ate 71 Time being
20 Aromatic seed 78 “___ was I ever 6 Charley horse 72 Mortgage payer
21 Waiter’s words 74 See 87 Down
as he clears your born?” sites 78 Karl in Patton
tamale wrap­ 80 David Lynch dud 7 “___ the loneliest 79 Golfer’s goal
pings? 82 Leisure 80 Art movement
23 ___ in the neck 84 Place with a ...” 81 Condo, for one
24 Noted 15th 8 Alice Kramden, 83 Related
century aerobics keeper 86 Topic: abbr.
instructor? 85 New name of at times 87 Dame of piano
26 Reader’s Digest 9 In the matter of fame
version of Farmer 10 Poetic pasture 88 Blue toon
The Godfather? John’s malt shop? 11 The time ___ 89 Part of OAS
28 Stable staples 89 “___ I Had A 12 Nickelodeon 94 Finales
29 ___ flesh Secret Love” 96 Put on the back
30 Overhead 90 Musketeer motto feature burner
streaker, briefly word 13 The Beatles, e.g. 98 Mrs. Alfred
31 Cashes in 91 Video partner 14 ___ hunch Hitchcock
32 Mag that featured 92 Cut down to size, 15 Uses the noodle 99 Emily Litella
a pregnant Bruce perhaps 16 Dollars for portrayer
Willis on its cover 93 Business wedding 101 WWII powers
33 Be inquisitive 95 Game VIPs quarters 102 Runs for the
34 Sad sounds 97 Be up 17 Individually money
35 Frat. order 98 Part of ABA 18 Mirthful McClurg 103 Cruella De Vil
37 Roseanne’s TV 99 Step on it 22 Alamo rival portrayer
hubby 100 Leon Uris’s The 25 Rodeo gear 104 Shoelace­tip
39 Octagonal order ___ 27 High country thingy
43 Moss Hart 102 Mr. Hyde’s creator 32 Go it alone 105 Zeus, for one
autobiography 103 Cut­up 33 ___­lock brakes 106 Gloomy
46 Bass ___ 104 Recipe verb 34 Sun, to Sanchez 107 Round: abbr.
47 Long­time 107 Classical manu­ 35 Actress 108 No­score
Chicago maestro script situation
49 Showtime rival 110 U.S. island Andersson 109 Sunup
50 Willy Wonka discovered by 36 Some TVs or 110 Snarl or growl
creator Magellan 111 Meat­grading
51 Big­boned writing 112 Working title of toilets dept.
siblings? Ian Fleming’s The 37 Jim Morrison 112 Extended family
55 Brew for Branagh Mad Urologist? 113 French river or
56 Off road 115 Fighter who’s was one department
57 Flyer’s prefix always 38 Co­hit word 114 Author Ephron
58 “Dream on!” getting cut up in 40 Horror film 116 Wonderment
59 Award­winning the ring? 117 CD predecessors
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66 What men do at 122 Driving test 44 Flower part
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perhaps 47 Rip off
124 The look of scorn 48 “Well, ___ that
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