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Carson Lee Pritchard turns 3 on April 18

Getting Cool in the Windy City                    Chicago Revisited The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach recently held its 55th Annual 150 Dinner and Auction at the LHP Yacht and Racquet Club. The theme for the evening was “Chicago Gangster” and most of the 180

TAKING A MOMENT TO REFLECT In the crazy maze we struggle to exist in, there’s never enough time to accomplish all the things we plan. In many cases, one gets too old or sick. Bronnie Ware, a woman who worked in palliative care for many years, gives some insight from

ERNIE’S ITALIAN CHOPHOUSE Article by Valerie Amor    Photos by Jon Frangipane Located on Federal Hwy., halfway between Copans Rd. and Sample Rd, Ernie’s Italian Chophouse presents a minimalist facade that is successfully echoed in the interior design. Entering into one of two rooms, the atmosphere is at once calm and sophisticated with a

Ashley turned 7 on February 21 Annalee Shackelford turned 1 on February 1

Story by Andrea Freygang    Photos by Debra Todd The Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club was overflowing with people enjoying themselves at the eighth annual Taste Around Lighthouse Point. On January 17, well over 400 people gathered to taste food from 30 local restaurants. The annual signature event for the Lighthouse Point

12th Annual Keeper Days Lighthouse Point —“Where Fairy Tales Come True”                        Photos by Debra Todd Most festivities for the 12th Keeper Days event made it through this cold and blustery weekend, as two illustrious Lighthouse Point personalities were celebrated at the Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club on Friday

Boats in their glorious splendor cruised the Intracoastal once again in the annual best boat contest. So many creative sailors made it difficult to choose a winner. We thank Jeff Graves for the wonderful photography.

Jane Ellen Glasser recently moved to Lighthouse Point and is in love with our city. She is a poet and artist who grew up in Greenwich Village, N.Y., studied at the Art Students League of New York, Sweet Briar College, and Oscar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Salzburg, Austria. Glasser’s poetry

Story by Judy Sullivan      Photos by Bill Sullivan After a 3-hour trip through the Cambodian countryside, we arrived at Siem Reap for what was to be 3 nights at a beautiful Sofitel Royal Angkor Hotel. A true resort, it had a huge pool, multiple restaurants and landscaped gardens, and we were