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NEPAL AND THE MYSTICAL HIMALAYAS “People do not decide to become extraordinary. They decide to accomplish extraordinary things.” Sir Edmund Hillary                                  All photos by Pam Euston. My husband, Don, and I love to travel and in

PLAYING BY THE RULES In recent months, a local publishing company “borrowed” Lighthouse Point Magazine’s personal business mailing list for their own use, apparently with the wild and stupid idea they could capture some of my clients. Although I have copies of that particular publication with the mailing company’s postal

Highwaymen Present their Art to   Rave Reviews at Sample-McDougald House Article by Dan Hobby      Photos  by Jon Frangipane The historic Sample-McDougald House opened to the public on March 23rd and 24th with a special exhibit and sale of Florida Highwaymen art. The exhibit was a joint project of

Many Thanks! Thank you to all of you who were so kind to call, email me and send cards, knowing that I lost a very precious, irreplaceable friend of ten and a half years, Berkel. Realizing there was a noticeably huge void in my life, a good friend began searching

Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club – 18th annual ARTS Exhibition. Founded by Norma Cerino. Photos by Debra Todd, The 18th Annual Arts Exhibition was attended by an enthusiastic crowd on Sunday, March 11th at the Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club. Founded by the late Norma Cerino as a

In Praise of Cultural Arts Arranging the performance of the Florida Youth Orchestra at Frank McDonough Park on Sunday, February 26th, as one of her first duties in her newly-elected position as commissioner in Lighthouse Point, Becky Lysengen has shown us that the residents certainly have made the right choice.