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Cafe de la Place, Montparnasse

Making Paris Your Own Articles and photos by Chris Card Fuller Like falling in love for the first time, when you’re new to Paris, you’re sure that nobody else has ever seen, smelled touched or tasted the city’s essence with such intensity:   Sunset over the choppy blue-gray Seine River,  the

Debbie Edwards, Christian Spieker and Maureen Canada

Nauti Dawg Marina Cafe Article by Linda Kaufman   Photos by Jon Frangipane Nauti Daug, the Key West-style restaurant at the Lighthouse Point Marina opened in October of 2011 to rave reviews. With a charming play on words, the name is perfect for the nautical-theme establishment and its love for

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

Cristina Jean turned 4 on May 21

                        Drake turns 10 on June 7. Grace turned 7 on May 7. Jack turned 5 on May 7. Jaden turns 2 on June 12. Kirra turned 7 on April 30. Mackenzie turned 3 on May 1. Pricilla Elizabeth

Soroptimist Honors a “Woman of Distinction” for Fifth Year at Awards Ceremony  Article by Patty Petrone    Photos by Debra Todd Soroptimist International of Pompano Beach held its annual Awards Ceremony on March 28th at Galuppi’s Restaurant.  The event was sponsored by Florida Shores Bank.  Each year, the Pompano Beach Chapter

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

Anna McGowan turns 1 on May 12

Frank & Dino’s is  New York, New York!                                           Article by Valerie J. Amor    Photos by Jon Frangipane Who doesn’t remember Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, famous for their acting and smooth crooning styles, better known as part of the Rat pack during the 1950’s. Frank & Dino’s pays homage

On Sunday, February 26 the Florida Youth Orchestra gave a free concert at Frank McDonough Park hosted by The Lighthouse Point Cultural Arts Committee. The Principal Orchestra, members ranging in age from 10 to 18 years and conducted by Steve Burnes, played numerous classical pieces that showed off their highly advanced skills. Hundreds

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.