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11/04/2016 ISSUE 12

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VOLUME 1, ISSUE 12 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2016

Robust early voting as election drama builds

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer made their choices via early voting. Republicans, 34 percent were Democrats,
[email protected] As of press time, 31 percent of the and 22 percent have no party or other
party affiliations. Port St. Lucie voters will
Who will fill the final seat on the Port county’s registered voters had submitted choose between John Carvelli and Lin-
St. Lucie City Council dais? Will shoppers their responses. Of those, 35 percent were da Gausten for the open District 2 City
contribute an extra half-cent in taxes Council seat. In August, voters chose Jo-
when they make their purchases? Will slot lien Caraballo and Stephanie Morgan to
machines be supported at Fort Pierce Jai- fill seats currently held by outgoing Coun-
Alai? cilwoman Linda Bartz and Councilman
Ron Bowen, respectively.
And, of course, there’s the presidential
battle between Donald Trump and Hil- Caraballo, Morgan and the winner of
lary Clinton that seemingly has divided Tuesday’s General Election will be sworn
the country while garnering its undivided in at the Nov. 21 City Council meeting, at
attention. what is expected to be the first council
meeting for newly selected City Manager
The answers will be known soon
enough – and already nearly a third of CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
registered St. Lucie County voters have

JOHN CARVELLI LINDA GAUSTEN SLOT QUESTION HILLARY CLINTON DONALD TRUMP

WINDS OF CRITICISM Robot to rescue in tactical tight spots
OVER CLEANUP PACE
Fall Fun Fest ... BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer ferring to his request to council to spend
that’s the spirit! BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer [email protected] $40,000 – adding to the $24,200 grant the
[email protected] department was awarded – to purchase a
Peyton Mathison performs with the True Crew Dance What is a commanding officer to do tactical robot.
Company during the Halloween Fall Fun Fest last Saturday Port St. Lucie didn’t get hit nearly as when a suspect barricades himself inside
at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. See story on Page 3. hard as many had feared when Hurricane a building and stops responding to calls In June, the City Council approved the
Matthew skirted Florida’s east coast ear- on the phone? The officer can’t see inside, department’s request to pursue the Ed-
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN ly last month, and yet it’s taken the city doesn’t know if the suspect is alert, doesn’t ward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance
nearly a month to finally pick up all the know what else might be inside – doesn’t Grant. By late August, the department
fallen tree limbs and debris. know if it’s safe to send in the SWAT team. received word it was selected. Now, the
council must decide whether or not to ac-
The current cost estimate for debris For Port St. Lucie Police Chief John cept the grant and authorize the match-
collection and removal is approximately Bolduc, options are limited. But he hopes ing dollars for the purchase.
$1.5 million, of which the city expects to to change that after the next City Council
recover 85 percent through FEMA and meeting, currently scheduled for Nov. 10. Bolduc is optimistic the council will
“It’s good to go,” Chief Bolduc said, re-
CONTINUED ON PAGE A4 CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

IN THIS ISSUE Widow reflects on life
and legacy of author
LOCAL NEWS A1-A14 Pat Conroy. Page B1

CRIME A11 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B8

OBITUARIES A13 DINING B11-B13

HEALTH A16-A20 REAL ESTATE A23-A32

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Fall. Fun. Fest. Event checks all the boxes!

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent Toni Pressimone leads her zombified True Crew Dance “The city likes to partner with organiza-
[email protected] students through the final Halloween-themed dance at tions like the Lion’s Club for events like this
the Fall Fun Fest last Saturday. because they give back to the community
The grounds of the Port St. Lucie Civ- PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN in scholarships and other charity needs
ic Center were overrun with the un-dead locally and the city is very community ori-
last weekend as one group after another help and give out money for scholarships safe trick-or-treating here and wear their ented,” said Lankow.
danced, twirled and entertained the excit- as long as they are in Port St. Lucie. It is costumes for the contest Saturday night.
ed crowds who came to the Halloween Fall wonderful to be out here and meet all the P.A.L. (Police Athletic League) puts the Of course the children were having a
Fun Fest put on by the City of Port St. Luc- nice people and watch these great per- trick-or-treating on so the parents know blast, but there were plenty of adults who
ie and the Port St. Lucie Downtown Lions formers, but the best part is knowing that the children are safe.” came to enjoy the festival atmosphere and
Club. every penny goes to charity.” eat from the food trucks, which offered ev-
Lankow said normally 10,000 attend the erything from Italian sausages and south-
Split into two main sectors of fun, one “This is always a fun event, especially fall event but it began sprinkling Saturday ern barbecue to sweet treats.
area was filled with carnival rides, cotton for the kids,” said Larry Lankow, recreation and attendance thinned a bit; still, it was
candy and costumed riders as they soared supervisor for PSL. “The kids get to have still a good-sized crowd for the weekend. “We love festivals,” said Shelly Toth, who
on the high-flying rides and took part in drives up from Deerfield for many Port St.
games and activities. The other section, Lucie events.
set in front of the Port St. Lucie Civic Cen-
ter stage, was filled with food and product Everyone seemed to enjoy the perform-
vendors interspersed with campaign tents ers on stage the most, including the Sa-
and civic organizations as various acts mantha Russell Band, which played Sat-
performed throughout the event. urday evening, but the acts from several
dance, karate and twirl troupes really drew
This is approximately the 16th year the in the crowds.
festival has taken place with the Lions
Club. Martin Lesin is a former president, The M&M Sweeties, Starlight Dance
on the board of directors and a charter and True Crew Dance Company, as well as
member of the club who was watching the many others, were the highlight before the
happenings from the organization’s tent. costume contest.

“We donate our profits from events like “Every year we have done the functions
this to our local charities,” said Lesin, who for the city and it is great because we can
acknowledged the organization’s connec- give back to the community; my students
tion to eyesight issues. “We also screen lo- get to perform in front of a crowd and they
cal charities who are in real need for our learn to give back as well,” said True Crew’s
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HURRICANE CLEANUP at a time, making cleanup a slow process. should just get it done and worry about A SWEET 15 FOR
To speed up recovery, Angstadt tapped FEMA reimbursement later. She explained HARBOR PLACE!
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 that there are those in the community who
the Public Works Department’s fleet of would question why Port St. Lucie didn’t Diann McDonough, left, director of
other reimbursements, according to the trucks to begin cleanup. But even that dip into its contingency fund to pay for the sales at Harbor Place, and Mary Craig,
city’s communications office. proved challenging as the vehicles don’t removal while waiting for a FEMA check to Senior/Outreach Services director for
have the necessary equipment for picking arrive. the Council on Aging of St. Lucie Coun-
While all the homeowners association up yard debris, he said. The department ty, discuss business at Harbor Place’s
neighborhoods and gated communities has had to rent attachments for the fleet to The city set up a debris hotline and email 15th Anniversary lunch held Oct. 27 at
were the first cleared – mainly in St. Luc- get the work done. to handle calls for service from residents, Harbor Place. 
ie West and Tradition – the rest of the city and council members said they’ve received
waited and waited. Angstadt told the council that he expect- numerous complaints regarding how long
ed cleanup to take about 60 days – but the it’s taking to get the debris removed.
Two weeks following the storm, Port St. council balked and said that was entirely
Lucie City Council members expressed too long. “It’s frustrating,” said Councilwoman Mi-
their impatience with the cleanup, noting chelle Berger.
that debris was hauled away following Hur- Mayor Greg Oravek, who said he could
ricane Frances before Hurricane Jeanne understand cleanup taking a month, told “We’re living with it as well. And answer-
rolled in three weeks later. Angstadt, “I know the three-week plan is ing questions from the public.”

According to city officials, all debris is Aftermath of She added that she replied to one citizen,
expected to be picked up by the end of Hurricane saying she herself was embarrassed that the
this week – Nov. 4, to be exact. How likely Matthew. city wasn’t yet cleared of debris. Berger, who
that target will be met remains to be seen. also serves as a fire commissioner, raised a
As of Monday, Oct. 31, five of the city’s 14 FILE PHOTO concern about fire safety given the piles of
cleanup zones were 100 percent clear. The debris lining streets, drying out and in need
remaining zones’ level of clearance ranges ‘no way Jose,’” referring to the additional of just a spark to catch fire.
from 30 percent to 85 percent, with the bulk three weeks Angstadt thought he’d need to
sitting in the 40-50 percent range. Public get all the roads cleared. Moving forward, the council expects to
Works Director Jim Angstadt tried explain- reexamine the contracts it has for vendors
ing to the council during a recent meeting “We need to do what we need to do to who are tasked with handling emergency
that two contractors abandoned the city keep them happy,” Councilwoman Shan- cleanup.
– not delivering the crews and equipment non Martin said, later adding that the city
as promised – and that the city had to work “Maybe we’ve got the wrong guy,” Vice
within certain parameters to ensure FEMA Mayor Linda Bartz said of the main con-
reimbursement. tractor – Grubbs – which city staff said
abandoned the city despite the declaration
“The challenge has been getting vehi- of emergency and the advance activation.
cles,” Angstadt said, explaining that other
companies have provided one or two trucks In the meantime, though, staff has been
put on notice to get the city cleaned up as
quickly as possible, then evaluate what
went wrong with the vendors. 

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TACTICAL ROBOT cases, the suspects had it to climb stairs. “This one’s a little more robust,” he said
fallen asleep – drunk, There would be no of the Mini Caliber robot the department’s
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 the chief said. been eying for purchase.
offensive weapons at-
come through. Many times sus- tached to the robot, ac- It’s the one recommended by the Nation-
“It’s something we’ve always wanted,” pects go quiet, he said, cording to chief Bolduc; al Tactical Officers Association, which tests
leaving authorities to the robot isn’t meant to various tactical tools and provides recom-
the chief said, but until recently didn’t really guess if they’re awake, provoke a confrontation mendations to law enforcement agencies.
have the need for. if they’ve committed – just as a means for es- The NTOA sets the standards for SWAT.
suicide, or are simply tablishing contact with
All that changed after the last two SWAT waiting them out. the suspect. Bolduc said that if the department does
calls. Bolduc recalled that in both instances, The department already has one robot acquire the robot as expected, members of
the suspects barricaded themselves inside Sending a robot equipped with a cam- – what Bolduc calls a “throw-bot” – that is the SWAT team would be trained on how to
of buildings and eventually stopped com- era, a microphone and a speaker could have about the size of a dumbbell and looks like use it. The robot, too, would be available to
municating with authorities outside. spared officers the guesswork. And that’s one, too. It’s small, can’t climb steps, can’t other local law enforcement agencies, in-
precisely the type of robot the chief wants open doors, and essentially doesn’t do the cluding the Fort Pierce Police Department
Not knowing what was going on inside the to acquire. It would also have an arm with job the SWAT team needs it to do, according and the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office,
buildings, the Port St. Lucie Police Depart- a claw “hand” that could open doors and to the chief. should their departments find themselves
ment had to take a chance and send SWAT move obstacles and a track that would allow in need. 
inside, essentially blind. Turns out in both

The Carvelli Family I Promise to focus on keeping
Port St. Lucie a safe city,
helping businesses open their
doors, growing responsibly
and supporting our school’s
improvement for children.

Thank-You to John:Bbyoeooeuntucrdharcouaphrsssaileedsasryoetioofenunya’s,octJuhofuoremthrue,narxpetkCereiwnnaoiscrtvhiiuvpereaalcllie,kitfx&eyopertsehnPcreLiheeSobyneoecClsefbtiotiyoirntatCcetrhadoaenummnlbwoececoimlafroDklbr,eeisoIdrturwuaircclhotafoun2tlitgeo.uhnrweefiaitaehrnltdeddly
John DiMola, Former
City Council Candidate Sincerely,
for your ENDORSEMENT
John L. DiMola
and support of my
campaign!

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My message of Port St. Lucie as a financially responsible, safe community who welcomes businesses
with planned growth and highly rated schools has resonated with our residents!

Thank You Again

Robert Arthur, Intl. Business Owner Joe DeRoss, Attorney Martin County Education Association Dr. Bill Stanton, JCHS Parent
Cynthia Angelos, Law Office Jamie and Ruth diStefano, College Friends Joe Mutter, PSL Businessman St. Lucie Teachers P.A.C.
Edgar Brown, Attorney Dan D’Loughy, Realtor Carol Moler, PSL Resident Renee Shane, PSL Realtor
John Brennan, Attorney Doug Davis, Builder Vincent Nasilli, Ret. Veteran SLC 9/12 Tea Party
Robert Burdge, Educator Bob Davis, Ret. Tax Collector Nisair Air Conditioning Dr. Bill Vogel, Ret. Superintendent
Sam Beller, Ret. Banker Gerald Dibartolomeo. CPA Dan Noelke Dr. Sara Wilcox, Ret. Superintendent
Weyman Brown, Real Estate Dean - Mead P.A.C Dottie Nichols / Signs David Willbur, Insurance
Hon. Martin Banks, College Friend Frank and Al’s Pizza, PSL Hoyt C “Pat” Murphy, Realtor Dan Wire, Ret. CEO
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Hon. Ben Bryan, Ret. Judge Paul Jacquin and Sons Contractors Tom Ranew, Ret. Jim Craig, PSL Resident
Anne Bellantoni, PSL Business Owner Carlton Janes, H.S. - Friend, Business Owner R.E.L. Enterprises Bill Patterson, PSL Resident
Sharon Kelly, Brown, Realtor Skeet Jernigan, Ret. Greg Rosslow,Business Owner Mike Loeb, PSL Resident
Anthony Bonna, Marketing Corky Jeffries, Ret. Treasure Coast Realtors P.A.C Charlie D’Agata, PSL Resident
Big Apple Pizza, Scott Van Duzer Jack Jennings, Ret. Elected Official Jim Rich, PSL Resident Charlotte Ogden, PSL Resident
Paul Berg, Attorney Tom Kindred, Ret. County Administrator Roma Bakery / Sign Bob Golding, Ret. Navy
Steve and Dense Boehning, JCHS Parents Steve Knapp, Professor System Council, Electropac Elaine Hubbard, School Principal
Big Apple Bayshore / Sign R.C. “Bobby” Knowles, Ret. Sheriff Graceann Scott, Ret. Honorable Ken Pruitt
Carvelli Family Tom Klause, CEO Clint Sperber, PSL Resident Donna Mills SLC School Board
Chris and Cherry Carlin, Neighbor Paul Miret, PSL Businessman Dr. Mike Salerno, PSL Professor International Union of Operating Engineers.
R.K. Davis, Ret. Contractor Dr. Judi Miller, Director B.B.B.S. School Development Group Teamsters Union
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Mike Mett, Ret. Doug Smith, Martin County Commissioner

.....and the many others who have helped me.

Linda Gausten LINDA GAUSTEN John Carvelli

For Port St. Lucie City Council
Vote Linda Gausten
The Qualified Choice

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CANDIDATES

THREE DECADES AS A FINANCIAL CAREER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL. -
BUSINESS EXECUTIVE, EXPERIENCED IN DESCRIBED BY WAYNE BRANTON
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, RISK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FLORIDA SCHOOL
MANAGEMENT CONTROL, FORECASTING BOARDS ASSOC., AS HAVING “MORE OF A
ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES, POLITICAL AGENDA THAN AN EDUCATIONAL
AN EXPERT IN MUNICIPAL BONDS. ONE” (HERALD-TRIBUNE 1/31/2013).

2015-ORGANIZED SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT NO EVIDENCE ON HIS WEBSITE
EFFORTS TO OPPOSE COMPOST USA, A DONORS INDICATING ANY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROVERSIAL SEWAGE COMPOSTING ACTION RECORD AS OF 10/14/16.
PLANT PROPOSED FOR ST. LUCIE COUNTY,
WHICH WOULD HAVE POLLUTED OUR SUBSTANTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM
WATERWAYS AND LOWERED OUR PROPERTY OUTSIDE PAC’S, SPECIAL INTEREST
VALUES. GROUPS, AND BUSINESSES.

ALL DONORS ARE INDIVIDUALS - FAMILY,
FRIENDS, AND PORT ST LUCIE GRASS
ROOTS SUPPORTERS. “I HAVE NOT TAKEN
ANY PAC OR SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
MONEY FOR MY CAMPAIGN.”
– LINDA GAUSTEN

SUCCESSFULLY OBTAINED GRANT GRANT MONEY NO EVIDENCE ON HIS WEBSITE OF
MONEY FOR COMMUNITY PROJECTS. OBTAINING ANY GRANT MONEY TO HELP
IMPROVE ANY COMMUNITY AS OF 10/14/16.

AGAINST AAF FROM THE BEGINNING - ALL ABOARD IN TC PALM’S ASK THE CANDIDATES, HE
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS, MORE FLORIDA SAID IT WILL HAVE NO IMPACT ON PSL,
TRAFFIC CONGESTION, MORE TRAINS, NOW, ON HIS WEBSITE HE STATES IT WILL
HIGHER SPEEDS, RUNNING ON LIQUIFIED HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE
NATURAL GAS, A DERAILMENT WILL TREASURE COAST. ? ? PICK ONE
BE A CATASTROPHE.
TIME WILL BE SPLIT BETWEEN HIS FULL-TIME
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A Special Thank-You
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ELECTION DRAMA A glance at the ballot

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Joseph Smith - D
Russell Blackburn – provided his contract is
approved in time. Write-in Dinah Walker

Councilwoman Bartz opted not to seek TAX COLLECTOR
another term, and instead filed to run for Bobby Hopkins - R
County Commission District 3. Bartz, a
Democrat, is running against Howard Fein, Chris Craft - D
a Republican.
BOCC DIST 3
Voters will also decide who will run the Howard Fein - R
Tax Collector’s Office, choosing between in- Linda Bartz - D
cumbent Democrat Chris Craft and Repub-
lican Bobby Hopkins. The office of the Clerk PSL CC DIST 2
of the Circuit Court is also on the ballot, John Carvelli
giving voters the chance to either re-elect Linda Gausten
Democrat Joseph Smith or go with write-in
candidate Dinah Walker. REFERENDUM NO. 7
Half-Cent Local Government Surtax
Early voting continues through 3
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at various locations REFERENDUM NO. 8
throughout St. Lucie County. Slot Machines at Licensed
Pari-Mutuel Facilities located in
On Election Day, Nov. 8, polls will be
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. St. Lucie County

For more information about where to
cast early ballots and to see a sample ballot,
visit www.StLucie.electionsfl.org. 

ST. LUCIE WEST UTILITY RATES UNCHANGED

C’mon in, the water is fine. The St. Lucie it’ll start in 2017, which is why this year’s
West Services District Board of Supervisors budget is about $1.1 million more than last
recently voted to keep utility rates the same year’s.
for another year.
One is the Lake Harvey Stormwater Proj-
This is the sixth year in a row that wa- ect at the corner of St. Lucie West and Cash-
ter, sewer and stormwater rates have held mere boulevards. The lake is on about 12.5
steady. acres that the district acquired in 2014 for
$4.4 million. That project will add addition-
The board of supervisors adopted the al drainage along St. Lucie West Boulevard
2016-2017 budget in September. The fis- that’ll speed up recovery from major weath-
cal year goes October to September. Vince er events that surpass the recent Hurricane
D’Amico, chairman of the board, said there’s Matthew.
been a team effort over many years finding
ways to keep the prices of water, sewer and Another project that’ll start in 2017 is con-
storm-water services down. struction of a permanent office at 450 SW
Utility Drive. The new office will also be the
“I think we have an excellent staff and a district’s emergency operations center. The
staff led by a real leader,” D’Amico said. EOC will improve the district’s responsive-
ness before, during and after major storms
D’Amico was referring to Dennis Pickle, to get St. Lucie West moving quickly again.
the services district’s manager and utilities
director. Because of careful financial planning and
innovative cost reductions, the district has
The district’s 2016-2017 budget is about banked about $7 million. The average resi-
$17.5 million, up from about $16.4 million dential water and sewer bill, not counting ir-
last year. That budget includes operation, rigation, is about $57 a month. St. Lucie West
bond payments and capital improvements. homeowners also pay about $111 a year for a
special maintenance assessment. An assess-
The bonds are paid by non-ad valorem as- ment for a 30-year bond that’ll be paid off in
sessments that appear on property tax bills. 2025 is $186.
Those assessments were reduced through
refinancing bonds and have stayed level for “This has been since 2010 that we haven’t
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The St. Lucie West Services District han- number is 772)-340-0220. Board of Super-
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any revenue from ad valorem property taxes.
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121 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie; ment; Charge(s): Battery – touch/strike. has led me to now ask
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sault with a deadly weapon – without intent 9911 Perfect Dr., Port St. Lucie; Arrest Loca-
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Agency: Port St. Lucie Police Department; weapon or ammo by convicted felon, and n 15 years as a uniformed Law Enforcement Officer in the local area
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 Albert Philo Arthur, 56, 5379 NW Wisk
 Ruben Toussaint, 26, 5835 Lomb Court Fern Circle, Port St. Lucie; Arrest Loca-
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Rock Rd., Fort Pierce; Arresting Agency: St. Police Department; Charge(s): Battery –
Lucie County Sheriff’s Office; Charge(s): touch/strike.
Felony Warrant – Violation of probation
Burglary of a dwelling – third degree grand  Carlos Anthony Burke, 41, 5281 NW
theft. South Delwood Dr., PSl; Arrest Location:
Same; Arresting Agency: Port St. Lucie Po-
 Joshua R. Breen, 25, 9883 Perfect Dr., Port lice Department; Charge(s): Two Felony
St. Lucie; Arrest Location: Same; Arresting charges of Aggravated Assault with a deadly
Agency: Port St. Lucie Police Department; weapon without intent to kill and Obstruc-
Charge(s): Battery – touch/strike. tion of Justice, and misdemeanor Battery –
touch/strike.
 Allison A. Nook, 21, 9883-A Perfect Dr.,

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[email protected] than 60 million Americans experience
heartburn at least once a month. Stud-
Somewhere between 40 percent and ies suggest more than 15 million older
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liquids pass through it into the stomach.
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with the Sebastian River Medical Group, then move upwards into the esophagus.
first points to the bright side of GERD
treatment. “Medicines nowadays, espe- According to the Mayo Clinic, “if left
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have persistence of symptoms, that’s ab- in cell type is a precursor to cancer,” he
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common upper gastro-intestinal disor-
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“You wouldn’t have improvement in a
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That risk of masked heart attack
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they were from Savannah, I figured they’d pleasure. You have very striking looks. I un- “A what?” “Braille. It’s a bunch of bumpy dots and
have Southern Accents. But I was wrong. derstand you’re from Georgia.” “Servals are wild cats,” Bartley explained. things. It’s for blind people, so they can read
WAY wrong. Wait’ll you hear their story! “They live on the Savannahs (tropical grass- stuff by feeling the bumpy dots with their
Bartley laughed. “Because we’re Savannah lands) in Africa. Thus, our breed name.” paws – I mean – fingers. We’re real proud
My Assistant knocked and a lady opened cats, right?” “Woof!” I blurted. “Wild cats? Africa? But of her. So, she was studying for this Big Test
the door holding a cat with a looong body, you don’t seem, er, I mean, you’re not scary when the cat lady called and said she had a
looong legs, looong tail and the biggest ears I nodded. or anything.” new litter. That was us! So Mama drove up
I’d EVER seen on a cat: pointy and side-by- “A common mistake. You see, although “Of course not. Our grandmother was and chose me. My brother’d already been
side on the top of his head, sticking straight a Maine Coon. We are bred to have just sold but, guess what? Sometimes humans
up. They looked like sails. And he could flip the right combination of exotic African can’t tell if we’re boys or girls when we’re
them around like airplane wings. His coat beauty and totally civilized behavior. It’s teeny kittens. The people who bought him
was light gold with dark spots, sorta like a all very precise, as you can see. We do like thought he was a girl. When they found out
leopard, and he was wearing a denim Har- to maintain some of our African heritage. he was a boy, they returned him.”
ley-Davidson hoodie vest. All in all, a VERY Not the fearless-hunter-striking-terror-in- “Talk about embarrassing,” Bartley said. “I
impressive fellow. to-small-mammals. Mostly just some of the knew I was a boy. But everything turned out
language.” great, because Dad decided he wanted me.
“Jambo, Bwana Bonzo! My name is Bart- “Good to know,” I said. Bartley sat up very So he went up and got me and brought me
ley-Zeus. Call me Bartley. This is our Mama, straight and, I hafta say, he was one seriously home.”
Suzette. Our Dad’s Don. You’ll meet my sister good looking feline. Great posture. Remind- “Me and Mama stayed in North Carolina
Athena-Grace shortly. Please make yourself ed me of a picture I saw once of Bastet, a very for a family reunion,” Athena-Grace said. “I
comfortable.” important cat in ancient Egypt. I noticed the met my big Human family. It was lovely. They
backs of Barkley’s ears had a narrow white all said I was adorable and beautiful, which,
Intrigued, I thought, “Bwana Bonzo? Jam- border all around and a big white spot in the of course, I AM.
bo? No trace of a Southern accent, and un- middle. I asked him about it. “But, guess what? When I got here, Bartley
usually well-spoken for bein’ so young.” “That’s from our African heritage,” he was mean to me. He hissed and spit. HE says
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Key West-style home in
TownPark at Tradition

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Minto. It was built in 2010 in the Key West
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front. Inside, the house looks like a model
Tradition is such a lovely place. If you ha- home and is, in reality, very gently lived in
ven’t been there lately, it’s a pleasure to stroll and well cared for.
around, dart into shops, get a cup of coffee
and walk on the square. There are events The house has a large, 20-by-15 liv-

happening all year round. It’s a wonderful ing room. It has ceramic tile flooring and
area to raise a family. looks out to the backyard, which has a
grassy berm that provides privacy. The
The house at 11979 S.W. Crestwood Cir- living room adjoins the spacious kitchen,
cle is in the TownPark community, built by

FEATURES FOR 11979 CRESTWOOD CIRCLE, TRADITION

Neighborhood: TownPark
Year built: 2010

Construction: Block, CBS
Size: 1,822 square feet
Total square footage: 2,505
Bedrooms: 3 • Bathrooms: 2
Flooring: Laminate, tile
Security: Burglar alarm, manned gate
Additional features: auto sprinkler, covered patio, screened
patio, auto garage opener, storm shutters
Community amenities: Business center, clubhouse, communi-
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spa-hot tub, tennis
Listing brokerage: The Keyes Company
Listing agent: Lisa Crovato, 561-818-1918
SM Listing price: $249,900

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a dishwasher, as well as room for stools for only is it a great open floor plan that is very $17.99 sq. yd.
a breakfast or snack bar. There is a lot of cared for, but TownPark has award-winning 5$ 99
counter and storage space and the owner lifestyle amenities. People have likened it to Installed Sq. Ft.
added several cabinets to those in the orig- some Disney resorts. Instead of a vacation,
inal house. There is also a nicely tiled back- they can have a staycation in their own back- Carpet Starting at Installed
splash, added crown molding, an electric yard. Tradition is a self-sufficient communi- $14.99 sq yd Installed
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The final full week of the month was a quiet one on the local real estate market, as 12 single-family resi-
dences and lots changed hands from Oct. 24-28.
The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the residence at 8613 Tompson Point Road. Originally on the
market in August for $499,000, the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 2,669-square-foot house sold for $480,000
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PORT SAINT LUCIE 8613 TOMPSON POINT ROAD 8/1/2016 $499,000 10/24/2016 $273,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10328 SW WESTLAWN BOULEVARD 4/11/2016 $344,900 10/28/2016 $260,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5867 NW CORSO AVENUE 6/30/2016 $289,900 10/26/2016 $258,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1766 SW COLUMBIA STREET 8/5/2016 $265,000 10/28/2016 $230,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10755 SW WATERWAY LANE 7/20/2016 $269,900 10/25/2016 $220,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 172 NW BENTLEY CIRCLE 8/9/2016 $249,000 10/24/2016 $212,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10582 SW WESTLAWN BOULEVARD 8/11/2016 $225,000 10/24/2016 $208,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 551 SW HAMPTON COURT 4/12/2016 $214,900 10/24/2016 $180,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 9504 SW FLOWERMOUND CIRCLE 5/1/2016 $219,999 10/28/2016 $180,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1539 NW AMHERST DRIVE UNIT A 8/1/2016 $182,500 10/27/2016 $111,000
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10328 SW Westlawn Boulevard, Port Saint Lucie 5867 NW Corso Avenue, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 4/11/2016 Listing Date: 6/30/2016
Original Price: $344,900 Original Price: $289,900
Sold: 10/28/2016 Sold: 10/26/2016
Selling Price: $323,000 Selling Price: $273,000
Listing Agent: Mona Bates Listing Agent: Ruben Mario Moscovich

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‘THE NIGHT OF THE Cassandra King CASSANDRA KING
IGUANA’ ON STAGE and Pat Conroy. WILL SPEAK ABOUT
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PHOTOS: COURTESY HER HUSBAND
BY MICHELLE GENZ | Staff Writer – AND HER OWN
[email protected] MAGIC TIME LITERARY WRITING – AT
THE FRIENDS OF
1 Palm Beach Dramaworks’ ST. LUCIE COUNTY
production of “The Night LIBRARY DINNER
of the Iguana” has drawn solid
reviews as the theater’s first Ten- BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent made into Oscar-nominated movies. Conroy Cassandra King will discuss her own writ-
nessee Williams play in its 17- [email protected] also wrote non-fiction, and his last book, “A ing life and her life with her husband at the
year history. The drama concerns Low Country Heart: Reflections on a Writing Friends of the St. Lucie County Library an-
a defrocked minister with a thing When writer Pat Conroy died in March 2016 Life,” is a collection of letters, interviews and nual dinner Nov. 12 at the Pelican Yacht Club.
for underaged girls who finds at 70, he left behind a body of work that put magazines, as well as memories of Conroy Proceeds from the event will benefit the new
sanctuary in a run-down hotel in him in the forefront of Southern literature in from his friends. There is also an introduction branch library opening on Rosser Boulevard
Mexico. There he meets a classi- the last half of the 20th century. from his widow, novelist Cassandra King, the in 2017.
cally Williams-ian cast of charac- author of five books including “Moonrise.”
ters, including one lonely woman He was the author of “The Great Santino” CONTINUED ON PAGE B3
who shows him kindness; she and “The Prince of Tides,” both of which were
may be his ticket to salvation.
The theater, located at the end
of Clematis Street in West Palm
Beach, is known for excellence
in its staging of this sort of play.
There’s also a South Florida com-
ponent to “Iguana’s” lineage:
Williams workshopped the play
at Miami’s Coconut Grove Play-
house in 1960.
The play runs through next
weekend.

2 It’s the first Friday of the
month and the downtown
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SAX AND THE CITY: JAZZMAN WARNER STEEPED IN NYC SCENE

BY KATE SHANAPHY MAINGOT | Correspondent ists in New York like Chuck Wayne, who ever. He really became a surrogate father
was Tony Bennett’s musical director, and
When Greg Warner plays the candlelit Joe Puma, a fellow Bronxer. They had a re- to me and I got involved in some of the
Blue Star Brasserie in Vero Beach, he can ally hot duo in New York at the time and
sweep his listeners back to the days when would play all over.” greatest musical situations through him:
the saxophone’s warm sounds were all the
rage. Legendary players such as Stan Getz When asked if he ever got to see them Mabel Mercer, her incredible accompa-
or Zoot Sims profoundly influenced War- in action, Warner shouts with a laugh,
ner, who regularly performs at Blue Star “Every night!” nist Jimmy Lyon, pianist Hank Jones, and
on Thursday nights.
At first, his mother had to drive him be- jazz sax greats Zoot Sims and Al Cohn.”
Warner, who lives in Melbourne, played cause he was too young. But by 17 or 18, he
with many great American jazzmen start- would go alone to a number of hotspots: After graduation, Warner found him-
ing from a very young age. Warner recalls The Guitar on the West Side; Bradlee’s in
as a young boy growing up in the Bronx the Village; Eddie Condon’s Jazz Club; or self part of the active New York jazz scene.
listening to guitarist Remo Palmieri play Stryker’s on West 86th, where trumpeter
on Arthur Godfrey’s TV show, and himself Chet Baker, who lived across the street, Although his guitar technique and per-
beginning to learn to play guitar at 7. As would come in and play, says Warner.
a teen, Greg Warner resisted rock music formance was very good, he felt he wasn’t
in favor of the more sophisticated soloing “The jazz scene was unbelievable
and harmonies that came from the gener- then and a lot of the greats were still “getting at the music,” as he puts it. So he
ation before his, the great standards and playing,” he says. “I learned so much
jazz compositions of the 1940s and ’50s. from listening to them.” began teaching himself – on guitar – the

Pursuing his jazz interests, he was for- His exposure to the New York City jazz soulful solos of sax great Lester Young.
tunate to study with musician and music scene in the late ’60s and ’70s afforded
educator Arnie Berle, who has authored Warner a close-up view and insider take Young, who had played with the Count
more than a dozen instructional guitar on how, when and where to play. It also
books. provided him lifelong friendships with Basie Orchestra, had a cool, relaxed style
notable jazz musicians to whom most
Enrolling in the Manhattan School of teenagers simply did not have access. of playing that “free-floated,” as Warner
Music, Warner studied theory and har-
mony with Daniel Ricigliano, who chaired “Joe Puma lived right up the street from says.
the school’s theory department. me and we would hang out all the time,”
Warner recalls. “He took me under his For him, it had a transformative effect;
“I was lucky to study with great guitar- wing. I’d go see him play whenever, wher-
he fell in love with the sound. It wasn’t

long before Warner sold one of his

most prized and expensive guitars

to purchase his first saxophone, a

Selmer Mark VI, and began his

professional career as a sax

player.

In the 1980s, through his

friendship with Ray Turner,

Warner met pianist Danny Ne-

gri in New York. Negri, who had

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ster and alternated with piano great Art Haven Avenue. The gig was good in more PAT CONROY they didn’t see each other.
Tatum, became a regular part of Warner’s ways than one: Not only did Warner end “We came back to the same conference,”
gig schedule in New York. up playing there as a resident musician CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1
for the next eight years, he also met his King said. “I came as his guest. We were both
Around the same time, though, the future wife Julia. Cassandra King spoke recently by phone in our early 50s and we were too embar-
city’s jazz scene started to change. When about her life with and without her husband rassed to say we were dating. We were mar-
Negri moved to Sarasota in search of new Today, Warner performs his solo sax and about her plans for the new Pat Conroy ried in 1998.”
opportunities in Florida, Warner soon fol- with background music he himself se- Literary Center in Beaufort, South Carolina.
lowed suit and settled into the buzzing quenced, a skill he has perfected since The South has fostered many writers,
musical landscape of Florida’s west coast. 2004. That accompaniment added polish King, who says she comes from L.A. (Low- both male and female, and King has a theory
to his performances that eventually gar- er Alabama), met her husband through their about that. “I always joke that it’s the weath-
Warner’s parents lived in Hollywood, nered the attention of large organizations careers. er,” she said. “It’s hot and maybe they’re sit-
where one of the city commissioners was like Pratt Whitney, Boeing and NASA, for
pianist and current Vero Beach resident whom he frequently plays. “I was teaching in a small ting on the porch, story-tell-
John Williams. It was a hot scene musical- college outside of Birming- ing. That’s a big tradition
ly, with gigs running until 4 a.m. thanks Fusing the sequenced music with art- ham,” she said. “My first book on the South. That’s not to
to a city ordinance that mandated that at fully crafted harmonies and orchestra- was coming out. The publish- say it’s not elsewhere, but if
least two musicians had to be playing if a tions, he provides his audiences with an er did not get it out in time you’re snowbound you don’t
bar or restaurant wanted to stay open late extensive repertoire. for a conference, but I was see your neighbors. You don’t
– as late as 4 a.m. invited to attend anyway. I’m tell stories.
“The music I was exposed to in New at a reception and I wanted
Warner went from playing in Holly- York was very diverse; I watched and to meet Pat Conroy, who was “The South was an oc-
wood occasionally to playing regularly, learned from and played with some of the the featured speaker. They cupied territory with a very
often at several venues a night. “In South very best and from a variety of styles.” told me he had gone. I was rich and tarnished history.
Florida, even if you weren’t working, there chattering with a gentleman We had the Civil War, the Civ-
were places to sit in seven nights a week,” Warner’s eclectic repertoire includes about food and a bookseller il Rights movement, and the
Warner recalls. “We would play a gig in not only classic jazz standards but rendi- came up and said, ‘Oh, I see new South, more urban and
Fort Lauderdale that would close at 2 tions of standards done with, say, a bossa you’ve met Pat Conroy.’ I said, ‘Oh, my God.’” gentrified.”
a.m., head to Hollywood and play until 4 nova beat.
a.m., and then finish playing in Miami at The bookseller asked King if she had told King’s book, “Moonrise,”
6 in the morning.” “I try to share my love of the standards, Conroy about her upcoming book. published in 2013, is an homage to one of
but also the versatility of the different her favorite books, Daphne du Maurier’s “Re-
His experiences led him to play with forms; to introduce standards that are “I thought, ‘He’s a renowned writer and I becca.” Place is an important factor in both
many of South Florida’s finest musicians, less familiar, and play the songs people have one measly book,’” she said. “He said, books, with “Moonrise” set in the mountains
including Joe Roland, Ira Sullivan, Pete know, but maybe haven’t heard them ‘Have your book sent to me and I’ll send you of North Carolina and “Rebecca” in Cornwall.
Minger, Dolph Castellano and Lew Ber- done that way.” a blurb.’ I knew my publisher would make
ryman. room. He got my phone number and called The couple often vacationed in North
Warner is the featured performer at me after he got the book.” Carolina and King had wanted to set a book
For New Year’s Eve, 2000 Warner trav- Cuizine in Satellite Beach on Friday there.
eled north to Melbourne, playing his last nights, and at Blue Star Brasserie in Vero That was in 1995, and the two began a
gig of the year at Austin’s Bistro on New Beach every Thursday night.  friendship that lasted two years, even though “I wanted to set a book in North Carolina
and was already working on it when we rent-

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IRSC Wind Ensemble set
for ‘A Salute to America’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent London social club. The IRSC Wind Ensemble presents ‘A Salute to America’ concert Nov. 17-19. PHOTO: COURTESY INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
[email protected] John Williams can be relied upon for stir-
When you hear the melody of “The Light The work of John Williams returns with
John Southall, director of bands at In- ring music, and when he was commissioned Cavalry,” you will immediately recognize music from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
dian River State College, wants to bring the in 1984 to compose a theme for the Los An- the tune. It is used as in a light vein to de- Finally, there is a sing-along to “America the
country together through music. His stu- geles Olympics, he wrote “Olympic Fanfare note when the cavalry is coming, but it was, Beautiful “The Armed Forces Salute,” and
dents will present “A Salute to America” Nov. and Theme.” It has since become a familiar in fact, written by a classic composer, Franz “God Bless America.”
17-19 at the McAlpin Fine Arts Center. accompaniment to the Olympics. von Suppe, who wrote many concert over-
tures. “We’re going to have a special tribute to
“In the past few years, we’ve done a holi- Folk songs are a big part of American mu- the men and women of the Armed services,”
day concert,” he said “I decided to change it. sic, and in American Folk Rhapsody No. 1, The final piece of Americana is Ryan Southall said. “It’s a sing-along to honor our
I thought it was so close to the election and I Clare Grundman has selected songs such Nowlin’s “MidCentury Sketches.” The men and women and the relatives of people
wanted to honor the spirit of America. There as “On Top of Old Smokey,” “Sourwood three-movement work is a tribute to the who serve. It’s a celebration of this entire
is a special sing-along at the end of the con- Mountain and “Sweet Betsy from Pike” and sense of home, family and community country, of who we all are and who we could
cert where we pay tribute to the men and arranged them into a staple of school band found in the Midwest and Middle America. be in the future.”
women who have served.” literature.
After all these stirring and evocative The IRSC Wind Ensemble presents “A Sa-
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REEL IN THE YEARS AT LYRIC’S ‘DECADES REWIND’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent in the Straz Center in Tampa, the Van Wezel Choosing the more than 60 songs in the fun, memories and tears. We hear it time
[email protected] Center in Sarasota and venues outside the show was a challenge. and time again. That was our goal with the
state. show.”
If you love the music of the 1960s, ’70s “It was difficult and easy,” he said. “There
and ’80s, prepare to rock out with Decades Gatti, who plays keyboard during the are a ton of songs to work with. We tried to Gaetti said that the 500-seat Lyric The-
Rewind at Stuart’s Lyric Theatre Nov. 16-17. show, is a native of Pennsylvania who be- go with songs that would touch and move atre is ideal for the show.
gan playing keyboards at 8. His first instru- them, remembering the high school prom
Decades Rewind gets its name from the ment was an organ, but that changed when or driving to a family vacation. We could do “We try to get personal and interact,” he
fact that the show starts at the 1980s and he joined bands as a teen and young adult. 60 more songs. We recruit the talent and said. “We talk to them. Our show turns into
works its way backwards. Along the way, He spoke recently about the show, which play to their strengths.” a little party. By the time we get to disco, ev-
you’ll hear music from Abba to Led Zeppe- has become more than he ever imagined. eryone is singing and dancing. It’s what we
lin, from Cyndi to Chicago, from Madonna In addition to the musicians and singers, wanted. You can forget about what’s going
to Marvin Gaye. “It’s a theater show and a concert experi- the show has visual effects. on in this crazy world.”
ence,” he said of the production, which fea-
The show is the brainchild of Peter Gat- tures an eight-piece rock band and six vo- “A big part is the three huge video The Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave.,
ti and Mark Blinkhorn, two Tampa-based calists. “We start in the ’80s and rewind. It’s screens that show Woodstock, Vietnam, Stuart, presents Decades Rewind Nov. 16
musicians who were playing in a cover all in medley format. We play disco, funk, the prices of gas and American culture,” and 17 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $45.
band together. During a break, they each rock, Motown. You name it, we play it. It’s Gatti said. “It helps to bring
said they had an idea for a show. It turned high-energy from start to finish. There are back the memories. The Call the box office at 772-286-7827 or
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Decades Rewind, which presents
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COMING UP take the stage at 7:30, then Abby steps in
again at 10:15 for the rest of the evening.
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6 If you like Johnny Cash, you should
spring to life. Around the marina in Fort make the drive up to Vero’s River-
Pierce, the ghosts of Edgartown have re- side Theatre for an excellent production
ceded from their annual Halloween tour of “Ring of Fire.” The jukebox musical, like
appearance, and the Flat Natural Band all the shows at Riverside, is staged with
plays from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. In Vero, professional actors. They include Jason
while there is still – STILL – no outdoor live Edwards, who performed in the show on
music, not even buskers from the
local arts high school, the galleries
diligently open up for the public.
To the north of the main gallery
district, Vero artist Barry Shapiro
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Center for Spiritual Care, at 1550
24th Street.

3 Vocalist, flutist and trum- ‘Ring of Fire’ at Riverside.
peter Longineu Parsons and
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the Sunrise Theatre’s Black Box
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21 Blue. World-class musicians,
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Students’ STEAM Rap Battle: It’s on! IRSC ANNOUNCES ’17
STUDY ABROAD TRIPS
Learning about science, technology, en- and event coordinators. Why the connec-
gineering and mathematics along with a While the evening’s performers are tion between the Indian River State College will offer eight
splash of the arts (STEAM) makes students arts and STEM-re- fascinating study abroad trips in areas of in-
want to sing and dance. That they will do supported by their teachers, parents and lated studies? It is terest around the world during the summer
at the 4th annual STEAM Rap Battle at the backstage personnel, the event itself is vital to continue of 2017. Students and community members
Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce on Thurs- wholly supported through the generosity the effort to engage students in STEM-re- can earn college credits related to each trip’s
day, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. of business partners who sponsor engag- lated fields of study as they prepare for col- area of emphasis and are encouraged to reg-
ing educational opportunities and com- lege and the world of work. Success in the ister now. Countries to be visited include
Middle-school and high-school student munity partnerships. This year’s sponsors 21st century has high demand for an in- China, Italy, Czech Republic, Ireland, Costa
teams from St. Lucie Public Schools across align to the STEAM acronym. Beginning depth knowledge of science, technology, Rica, England, Cuba and Jamaica.
the District will align STEAM-based lyrics with the “S” and representing science is engineering and mathematics. Likewise,
to hip-hop beats in a Rap Battle that prom- SLPS’ Career and Technical Education it is important for students to hone their  China – Focus on Economics, Math
ises to showcase the astute academic con- Team. Florida Institute of Technology her- ability to integrate and apply these skills to and Sociology, May 9 to 20. This trip will
tent knowledge as well as the gifted artistic alds the “T” for technology in education, problem-solve the challenges they will be immerse students in the inner workings,
talents of students. and the “E” which stands for Engineering faced with in the work force of tomorrow. history and culture of Mainland China,
is sponsored by FPL. That brings us to the Hong Kong and Macao.
According to event coordinator Allison “A” for arts, which is supported by the Edu- This blend of STEM and the arts will be
Barajas, “This event is a beautiful blend of cation Foundation of St. Lucie County, and brought to center stage on Nov. 10 as vet-  Italy – Art and Architecture in Rome,
content and the arts. Student performers PNC Bank represents the final piece of the eran Rap Battle performers and brand new May 9-18. Eleven exciting days will be spent
have clear parameters -- the lyrics must be equation. PNC is the proud sponsor of the talent perform live at the Sunrise Theatre. in Italy exploring centuries of art and archi-
closely aligned to content standards and “M” for mathematics in STEAM education. Eighteen teams will vie for the STEAM Rap tecture of Rome.
shared within a defined time limit. The Donations from each of the sponsoring Battle Championship, and a panel of com-
creative element students bring to each organizations has gifted the students with munity leaders will serve as judges.  Prague – Business, Entrepreneurship,
performance regarding the visual and per- the opportunity to deepen their studies of International Relations in Europe, May
forming arts is remarkable.” STEM-related content and exploration of Tickets are free and going fast. To reserve 12-June 9. Students will live on the campus
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for the STEAM Rap Battle, there is a syn- ­– CONTRIBUTED
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BY SAMUEL FROMARTZ | The Washington Post were losing ground in the face of moder- Chinese cuisine. Her first, “Land of Plen- Beijing in the 1990s. It was transformative
nity, by balancing pleasure with health ty,” on Sichuan cooking, caused a stir because Fuchsia showed how simple these
Eight years ago, cookbook author Fuch- and by emphasizing foods’ ben wei, “the when it appeared in the United States in dishes were to make.”
sia Dunlop visited the celebrated Dragon essential taste of things.” 2003. Published in the United Kingdom
Well Manor restaurant on a farm on the two years earlier — after having been re- Luckily, the Meyer-Fongs are family
outskirts of Hangzhou, an ancient capital Now, that trip to the region — and oth- jected by six publishers — it revealed the friends, so we have often sat around the
of China whose culinary traditions date ers so numerous the British writer has lost cooking methods of this southwest prov- dining room table enjoying steaming Si-
back centuries. count — bear fruit in her latest cookbook, ince in China just as Western palates were chuan hot pots, dipping bits of meat and
“Land of Fish and Rice.” An exquisite and waking up to the mouth-numbing Sichuan Asian greens into spicy red beef broth.
The restaurant’s purveyors scoured the marvelously detailed work, the book is peppercorns, hot bean sauces, chili oil, Together we made vast piles of Chinese
small farms in the countryside of the Low- ginger, garlic and scallions that make up dumplings by hand and had a roast duck
er Yangtze region — known named for the Chinese term the basic grammar of the cuisine. smackdown — my tea-smoked duck vs.
as Jiangnan, “south of the for the region that reflects its Beijing duck made by Tobie’s husband,
river” — for the freshest abundant water and fertile “I first heard about ‘Land of Plenty’ Ming-Yuen — that ended in a draw. Many
produce, pork and chicken. farmland. It encompasses when I visited a friend and fellow China of those recipes arrived thanks to Fuchsia
They harvested wild foods, Shanghai as well as Nanjing, historian in Utah who had lived in Sich- Dunlop.
fermented greens and tu- Shaoxing (where the famous uan,” says Tobie Meyer-Fong, a professor
bers, and made rich broths cooking wine comes from) of East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins Her works have been groundbreaking
to add depth and umami and Zhenjiang (home of the University. “The dishes in the book re- because most of them focus on the food of
flavor rather than rely on rich black vinegar found minded me of the Sichuan food I ate in one region. From Sichuan, she went north
MSG. And they studious- in so many sauces), as well
ly avoided the industrially as bygone capitals such as CONTINUED ON PAGE B12
produced foods that were Hangzhou and Yangzhou,
feeding a burgeoning urban each of which has a storied First course:
population and sparking a series of food culinary past.
safety scares and a consumer backlash for “While every Chinese cuisine has its Choice of: Soup of the day, House Salad or Caesar Salad
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CHINESE COOKBOOK oir ends just as she’s beginning her foray at home, but the emphasis generally is on that lists them in English and Chinese, and
into the foods of Jiangnan. Now, we can food without fuss. ask where to find them.)
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B11 see what that culinary journey yielded.
Although Dunlop gleaned some of the Take Spicy Chinese Cabbage, a Shang-
into Hunan to explore the fiery foods of These dishes are far more subtle and book’s techniques and recipes from chefs, hainese appetizer that requires combin-
Mao Zedong’s birthplace and wrote “Rev- restrained than those from Sichuan; one many of the dishes are suited for a quick ing thinly sliced napa cabbage with salt
olutionary Chinese Cookbook.” She then almost wants to say they’re more elegant lunch or dinner. That isn’t surprising, To- and Sichuan peppercorns, then letting the
stressed seasonal vegetables and simplici- and mature. And when I bring that up bie Meyer-Fong explains, because “the cabbage cure for a bit. Cooking consists of
ty in “Every Grain of Rice.” That last, which in a recent interview with Dunlop, she boundary between home cooking and briefly frying dried red peppers in hot oil,
is especially stained and dog-eared in our agrees that the Sichuan food she encoun- restaurant cooking is permeable, which is then stirring in the cabbage. That takes all
house, is a favorite of my wife, Ellen, who tered more than two decades ago might be why jiachang cai, or ‘home-style-cooking of two minutes — and the dish, in my fam-
doesn’t cook very much, except when it thought of as the fiery food of youth, while restaurants,’ are so prevalent and popular ily’s experience, is delicious.
comes to these recipes. Jiangnan dishes reflect a more refined pal- in China, and why these recipes transition
ate. “But that said, I still often make Sich- so well to the home kitchen.” “Some of the best food I’ve had in China
Along the way, Dunlop also wrote a de- uan food at home,” she laughs. has been in little countryside places, with
lightful memoir, “Shark’s Fin and Sichuan The dishes, much like those at Dragon just radiantly fresh ingredients made in
Pepper,” of her carefree days as a student With many of these dishes, their bril- Well Manor restaurant, often originate in just the local style with whatever season-
in Sichuan’s capital of Chengdu in the mid- liance lies in their minimalism. So far, ev- the rural areas and back alleys of Jiang- ings they use,” Dunlop says.
1990s, after escaping a “dry, academic” ery recipe I’ve tried consists of relatively nan. They rely on highly seasonal ingre-
job at the BBC. She studied Chinese but few ingredients, which, when combined, dients and a spectrum of preserved foods The older generation has continued this
found herself drawn to the food of region, sparkle with flavor. There are a few highly and sauces that add unusual but addictive way of cooking, but “China is in the midst
befriending chefs, home cooks and restau- challenging recipes, such as a boned and flavors. (When shopping for those spe- of very rapid, dramatic social change, and
rateurs, and eventually becoming the first stuffed calabash duck (it’s on my list to cialty ingredients at places like the Great one thing I find very sad is that a lot of my
Westerner to attend the Sichuan Institute cook) and the famous Shanghainese soup- Wall Supermarket chain in our region, my contemporaries haven’t learned to cook
of Higher Cuisine in Chengdu. The mem- filled dumplings (xiao long man tou) that advice is to take the book, find a manager, like their parents. So I think we’re at the
are cooked more often in restaurants than show him or her the glossary at the back stage of seeing this great loss of skills,” she
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NOVEMBER 6 Green Market. The first, second and and shop to your heart’s content for fresh, lo- 12 Palm City Green Market. Every Sat-
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day, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. St. Luke’s Episcopal Blvd., Port St. Lucie. and Blues Society playing your favorite songs. 3
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ACROSS 73 1972 Derby DOWN perhaps The Washington Post
winner, 1 _In full fanfare 53 ___ Loops cereal
1 Debussy’s ___ Ridge 2 Lumberjack, e.g. 57 “Iron deficiency IF I WROTE THE DICTIONARY 2 By Merl Reagle
Afternoon 3 “Rumble in the
of ___ 74 Jazz drummer anemia” tonic PREFERRED
Blakey Jungle” guy 58 Mitt PLAYER
6 Experiences 4 Supreme: abbr. 60 Ol’ Mr. Ford
9 The A in CAT scan 75 Cut, as locks 62 Make one’s case PROGRAM
14 This is your last 76 Nicaragua’s 5 TV ratings 64 Sister of Moses
6 Nessie and 66 Work unit
notice Chamorro 67 Carefree refrain
18 (adj.) having a beat him in 1990 others 68 Heist tally
77 (n.) H2O, in 7 Cinematography 70 Tech. or admin.
ringing sound Poland
20 (v.) to make soup 79 Bigot’s emotion soc. grade in the Army
22 (n.) the condition 80 Rue de la ___ 8 16th- or 72 Schoolbook
81 One way to get 75 North China
of having not information, 20th-century
enough light to before Jane province
read in smartphones 9 IRAs, e.g. 76 Decides
23 (n.) onion farming 83 Greenish-blue 10 Tic-tac-toe choice 77 1954 comedy,
24 Bardot’s bad hue 11 Death Valley’s
25 Not strict 85 Mr. Guinness county Francis Joins the
26 Chiming-in words 86 Home run gaits, 12 Kyushu volcano ___
28 Bunker and typically 13 German guns 78 Actress Powers,
Clavell 88 Type of triangle 14 Some Dodges for short
29 (adj.) pertaining 91 Like bullies 15 It’s hooked 82 “We have met the
to clean walls 93 Thes. entry 16 Agony of the feet, enemy and he
(literally, “before 94 Down Under sometimes ___” (Pogo)
the invention of denizens 17 Hardy’s “Pure 84 Picnic drink
placards”) 96 Finishes (up), as Woman” 87 Washington State
33 Noir et blanc mix gravy 19 Demo backer? airport
34 Expunge 98 Classical or 21 Lifesavers? 89 Jacob’s twin
35 Dino’s tail? classic rock 22 Mini-minx 90 Bridge bid
36 Pear type 101 Setting for a roast 27 Chartres’ river 92 National Dog Day
37 Certain enlistee, 102 (adj.) adept at 30 Comps mo.
briefly doing mazes 31 Verb ending, 95 Error
40 Fedex 105 Lies ahead literally 97 1979 NBA
42 “As ___ ...” 108 Search thoroughly 32 Mrs. Gorbachev champs, briefly
(witness words) 110 Taker of vows 33 Rough game? 99 Greek island
45 Young hog 111 Wheel of Fortune 36 Ink mishap named for a
47 Singer Redding purchase 37 (adj.) pertaining mythical son who
50 Uses curlers 112 (adj.) obsessed to doors fell into the sea
52 On ___ (switch with fixing things 38 (n.) a low-fat 100 The Promised
choices) 114 (adj.) tending candy Land
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56 (n.) a strutting photographic settled near the 103 Brasi of The
egotist equipment at a Iowa River Godfather
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abbr. 119 (n.) the concept of one letter short of 106 It makes a tire
62 Debate side computers in the being a Napoleon bald
63 Raines of filmdom classroom fiancee 107 The King and I
64 Newspaper’s 120 Escape-route city 43 Old locomotive role
library in Casablanca follower 108 Evening, to Yves
65 Copy clumsily 121 OK Corral 44 Pianist Claudio 109 Zodiacal border
66 (n.) the art of brothers 46 ___ ten (surf) 113 George’s brother
giving campaign 122 N, E, W, and S 47 Cajun veggie 115 Crooner Cole
speeches 123 Bottled water 48 (n.) a small urn 116 Dallas player, for
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creator, briefly 49 (n.) camping 117 British record
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BELIEVE THE CARDS OF YOUR OPPONENTS WEST NORTH EAST
542 A 10 9 7 K
By Phillip Alder - Bridge Columnist J3 8764 A K 10 5 2
K98432 A5 J 10 6
John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, a Scottish novelist, historian and politician who 10 3 KQ6 J974
served as Governor General of Canada, said, “Every man at the bottom of his heart
believes that he is a born detective.” SOUTH
QJ863
A bridge player needs to be a detective. There are clues littered around every deal, Q9
just waiting to be interpreted correctly. Q7
A852
In this week’s deal, first there is a bidding question. North opens one club, East
overcalls one heart, South responds one spade, and North raises to two spades. Dealer: North; Vulnerable: Both
What should South do now?
The Bidding:
Then we don our deerstalker and decide what South should do in four spades. West
leads the heart jack. East wins with his king, cashes the heart ace, and continues with SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
the heart five. When South ruffs up with the spade six, West discards a diamond. How Pass 1 Clubs 1 Hearts
should South continue? 1 Spades 2 Spades Pass LEAD:
?? J Hearts
If responder bids one of a major and is raised by opener to two of that major,
responder passes with nine losers, insists on game with seven losers, and makes a
game-try with eight losers. So, here, South, over two spades, continues with three
clubs. Then North should jump to four spades because he has good clubs, two aces
and four-card spade support.

South, who must hold his pointed-suit losers to one, would usually take the spade
finesse. However, if West had that king, surely he would have overruffed at trick
three. South should lead his spade queen, then put up dummy’s ace. Here, the king
drops, and declarer can claim. But if the king does not appear, South plays another
trump and hopes clubs are 3-3 or East can be squeezed if he has four clubs and the
diamond king.

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