| May, 2013

He’s the ‘Mann;’ 91-year-old gets hole-in-one

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Deerfield Beach’s Donald Mann enjoys golf because of the challenge it presents and he doesn’t mind the scenery either. The 91-year-old Mann recently picked up his first ever hole-in-one on the Par-3,130-yard, 3rd hole at the newly renovated Greg Norman Pines course at the Pompano Municipal Golf Course.

Mann, who is a member of the Pompano Beach Men’s Golf Association, used his 28-degree, Hybrid 6 club and drove the ball within 30-35 feet of the Par-3, 130-yard, 3rd hole and watched it roll in the cup, much to the delight of his playing partners.

“It was a stroke of luck,” said Mann, a veteran of the Normandy Invasion. “I got a birdie on the next hole, so I was three under after two holes and I was thinking this game isn’t as difficult as I thought it was. Then, the wheels fell off and I started making bogeys and double bogeys.”

Mann, who takes lessons from Pompano golf pro T.J. Ziol, is originally from New Jersey and played golf as a youth, but gave it up for tennis. He took up golf again at age 70 after a 50-year hiatus. Mann said he is a 25-handicap now and has been as low as an 11. He hopes to get back there within the year.

“I’ve holed some wedges from the fairway, but this is my first hole-in-one,” Mann said. “The golf swing is a very complicated thing and I have been taking lessons. The thrill of hitting a very nice shot is a good feeling. “To some people, the professionals, they have 8, 9 or 10 holein- ones during their careers. It is a pretty small cup with a long way to go.”

Mann said he plays two to three times a week and enjoys the scenery and practicing. He also likes the commemorative plaque the PGA sent him for his feat.

“The golf swing is a very complicated thing and I have been taking lessons,” said Mann, who has shot below his age a number of times. “Now, my goal is to get into the low 80s. I have given away a lot of shots around the green because my short game needs work.”

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FLICKS: Renoir, Frances Ha & Fatality Fest

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

As one would expect, Renoir is a pure art house movie, with a slow pace and gorgeous cinematography. Not quite a historical drama, the characters linger in a way that one wants to learn more about the subjects – the family Renoir. In terms of the summer Blockbuster season, Renoir is the quiet vacation for people who want to get away from it all.

This movie would have been more accurately titled Renoirs, for it is a generational story about a father and his son. Painter Pierre- Auguste Renoir (Michel Bouquet) is a crippled father who has yet to create his final masterpiece (The Bathers) with a paint brush, oils and optimal sunlight. A wounded warrior, Jean Renoir (Vincent Rottiers) limps through his father’s garden and talks about new things, like airplanes and moving pictures. Andrée Heuschling (Christa Theret) is the object of both men’s eyes. She is the muse who poses nude for Papa Renoir.

In spite of the impressionistic motifs, performances are good. The beauty is as real as a primavera Sunday afternoon, but so is the pain of a man struggling in pain with inflamed and gnarly hands. As the senior Renoir says, “The pain passes, beauty remains.”

Frances Ha opens next week in The Living Room Theater in Boca Raton. The title character (Greta Gerwig) shares similar characteristics as Andrée Heuschling, a struggling artist who seeks to develop as performance. Unlike Renoir, Frances Ha is filmed in black & white and contains no nudity.

As a dancer for a Manhattan Dance Company, Frances has enjoyed the Bohemian lifestyle. Now in her late twenties, Frances is forced to mature as her friends form families and her dance skills diminish.

With the black-and-white cinematography and Manhattan setting, Frances Ha is influenced by Woody Allen. Yet Frances is not another pseudo intellectual Catskills comedian, she is an endearing character who learns to embrace her California roots and artistic desires.

In two weeks, Fatality Fest opens in West Palm Beach. For the first time in 10 years, a horror movie convention opens south of Orlando. Expected to attend will be Dee Wallace (E.T., Cujo, Ten); Camille Keaton, Buster’s granddaughter; Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters, JAG, OZ) and the queen of independent filmmaking Debbie Rochon. For ticket information, visit – http://www.fatalityfest.com/ west-palm-beach.html

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

May 21 A woman reported that some of her jewelry and a key to her personal safe was stolen from a case at her home at 589 Deer Creek Emerald Way. The woman believes her cleaning lady may have taken the items because she is the only person with access to the room where the jewelry and safe key were located.

May 21 A man was arrested and charged with grand theft auto. The car was later recovered. Theft was reported at 100 SW 12 Ave.

May 21 A man reported that a woman who was visiting his home at 5331 NE 10 Ave. stole prescription medication from his home.

May 21 A woman reported her car stolen from 759 SE 1 Way.

May 21 A man reported he was standing under a Tiki hut at 75 SE 21 Ave. because it was raining. A man drove up, exited the car, showed the man a gun and demanded the victim’s wallet. The man surrendered his wallet, which

contained $1,200, a credit card and a New York Driver’s License. The armed robber re-entered the car and drove away.

May 22 A man reported that someone entered his car parked at 702 NE 2 St. and stole a baby bag.

May 22 It was reported that a woman entered a CVS store and stole a package of Mariah Carey perfume valued at $20.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

May 18 Commercial burglary was reported at Deerfield Mall, 3812 W. Hillsboro Blvd, at 8:20 p.m. Defendant was observed concealing $160.88 worth of merchandise and passing all points of sale. She was detained by Loss Prevention and later issued a Notice To Appear [in court] for shoplifting.

May 19 Commercial burglary was reported at the Kwik Stop Pine Tree, 209 Lock Rd. Unknown suspect entered the business through a shattered window and took cigarettes, approximately $350 in cash, and an HP laptop computer.

May 22 Commercial burglary took place at Powerline Industrial Park, 1301 SW 34 Ave. Unknown person stole a truck battery from a company vehicle.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

May 19 A man was arrested and charged with burglary at 2780 NE 21 Terr. The man entered a patio area and stole two bottles of beer and ran before being apprehended.

May 19 A man reported a bicycle stolen from his garage at 2621 NE 49 St. The bicycle was valued at $50.

May 20 A man placed a necklace in a car owned by a woman for safe keeping. Necklace was left in the car. The woman took the car to Simoniz Car Wash to have it cleaned. After the car had been cleaned, the woman realized the necklace was missing and reported it stolen to police.

May 20 It was reported that a home at 2750 NE 51 St. was entered and ransacked.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

Resident upset over new appeals process for potential coaches

Dear Editor:

On Tuesday evening, May 21, the Deerfield Beach city commission caved in by a vote of 4-1 to the demands of convicted felons for a “second chance” under the guise of exercising an alleged “right” to volunteer as athletic coaches for a variety of youth activities.

With a well-reasoned and resounding “no” vote, the District 4 commissioner was the only member of the city commission interested in protecting our kids from even the slightest possibility that one of the “reformed” felons demanding their “right” to coach children would be able to commit [further crimes].

Apparently unpersuaded by the Broward Sheriffs Office (BSO) refusal to even serve on the board that was created to hear appeals from the convicted felons (some of whom pridefully argued that “they did their time”), the District 1 and newly-elected District 3 commissioner spinelessly joined the District 2 commissioner and mayor, who led the charge for a “second chance.”

We can only hope and pray that the “second chance” given to convicted felons by the Deerfield Beach city commission doesn’t turn into a chance to commit sexual and violent crimes.

Patricia A. Phelan

Deerfield Beach

 

Review of Kingfisher Canal requested

Dear Editor:

We are asking our District 1 commissioner to make a motion that the city administration take into consideration the following 10 steps to improve and maintain the overall health of the Kingfisher Waterway, both visually and systemically.

1) Have a water analysis done which will be comparable to the 1998 analysis, particularly targeting those pollutants which were well beyond allowable limits in 1998.

2) Apply for dredging permits to include at least the westernmost 400 ft. of the Kingfisher Waterway, beginning at the SE 9 Avenue seawall.

3) FDOT to install pollution filtering device(s) in their 72-in. pipe – concerns are stormwater silt, floating debris, grease and oil, and fecal coliform.

4) Determine the routing of the city-owned 24-in. pipe and identify all the locations of drain openings. Replace two antiquated floating debris baffles with the latest technologically advanced pollution filtering device(s).

5) Contact stormwater management firms regarding stormwater filtering in metropolitan areas. Today’s technology is designed to separate and hold grease and oil, sediment and solids from stormwater run-off.

6) Repair the leaking pipe sending a continuous flow of liquid into the 24-in. pipe below the drain opening on the west side of 9 Avenue, directly in line with the Kingfisher opening.

7) Research any area residences that may not be connected to city sewer lines and are still utilizing septic tanks.

8) Monitor [a local] bar and other restaurants which are allowing their grease traps to overflow into the stormwater drains.

9) City Engineer DaBrusco has recommended aerators be installed in the area of the 12 Avenue bridge.

10) Assign regularly-scheduled clean-up personnel to scoop-net floating debris along the SE 9 Avenue seawall in the area of the 72- in. and 24-ft. concrete drains.

John Gerbino

Deerfield Beach

EDITOR’S NOTE: This letter, written by John Gerbino, was read by resident Sarah Moran at the May 21 Deerfield Beach city commission meeting. Mr. Gerbino also spoke. Following discussion, the commission said it will take into consideration the steps presented for the Kingfisher Canal. There was agreement about $1,200 to install floating debris barriers and $8,000-$9,000 for aerators (down from an original estimate of $25,000). City Manager Burgess Hanson asked to make any request for testing, dredging, part of the 2014 budget.

Mayor Jean Robb said the city should also consider adding a stormwater management fee (equivalent to about $3 a month on residents’ water bills) in the next budget, to pay for upkeep of local canals.

 

New Deerfield Beach Sign Ordinance NOT Business-Friendly

Dear Editor:

I am the Massage Envy arrow sign guy AKA Stephen “The Sign Guy From Heaven” on the corner @ Publix on US 1.

The new Temporary Sign Ordinance is not business-friendly at all. The arrow sign can only be 5 sq. ft. The massage Envy sign is around 7 sq. ft. According to the Human Sign stipulations, if I turn into a stone mannequin, that would make me suitable for the position as a dead Human Sign.

4. C says it all.

4. Human signs shall be permitted under limited circumstances set forth herein: c. Human signs are prohibited when the person holding a sign or other display is seated,is seated or standing on a prop or is on stilts, or when a person shakes, swings, oscillates, waves, rotates or twirls, or throws the sign; and

I talked to Stephen at Brew Dog this morning. He is getting on the docket for the next city council meeting [June 4]. I was at the last city council meeting and at the end asked the Mayor if I would get in trouble for dancing and spinning. I will keep her response to myself at this time. She is a nice lady and I know sympathetic to small business owners.

Stephen, ‘The Sign Guy From Heaven’

Deerfield Beach

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HAPPENINGS

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

St.Ambrose Mens Club trip to Mardi Gras Casino

Friday May 31, 10 a.m.

St. Ambrose Church 380 S. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

$11 includes transportation, $5 free play, $3 food voucher. Reservations required: 954-856-6062.

American Flyers Open House

Saturday, June 1, noon (be 10-15 mins. Early)

Pompano Airpark 801 NE 10 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Includes FREE lunch, tours of classrooms, flight line and simulators. Guests eligible to receive certificate for two free hours of instruction in one of the flight simulators. An FAA-certified flight instructor will conduct an optional, FREE FAA WINGS seminar on Aircraft Weight and Balance. 954-785-1450 or www.americanflyers.net/about/aviation_seminars.asp

Movie Night – “The Book of Ruth”

Saturday, June 1, 6 p.m.

Community Presbyterian Church, Briggs Hall 1920 SE 4 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

FREE. Refreshments served. 954-427-0222 or www.communitych. org.

First Annual: Move Over Law Golf Tournament

Saturday, June 1, noon (registration), shotgun start – 1:30 p.m.

Boca Lago Country Club 8665 Juego Wy. Boca Raton, FL 33433

Sponsored by Emerald Towing, Towers With A Heart. Registration includes tournament play, gift bag, snacks/ beverages, buffet dinner. Contests & trophies, silent auction, raffle. Sponsorship: $100 to $5,000. Event held to raise awareness of Move Over law and to purchase billboard promoting the law. 800-239-0604.

About Boating Safety (ABS) Course

Saturday, June 1, 8 a.m.

Dixon Ahl Recreation Center 2200 NE 38 St. Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

Conducted by U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 3-7. $45- includes lunch and materials. Limited space, register online: 954- 557-0582 or email: auxcain@hotmail.com.

K9 for Love Dog Rescue & Sanctuary

Sunday, June 2, 1 to 4 p.m.

Oar House Restaurant & Bar 200 E McNab Rd. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Great food and drinks. Proceeds benefit K9 For Love Rescue to help them save more dogs and to save their Sanctuary. 25 percent of any food items is donated. Silent auction. $10 at door goes to 50/50 cash raffle. Meet some adoptable dogs. For more information, email jmitchellp@gmail.com. Find K9 For Love on Facebook or visit www.k9forlove.net.

Run for the Ribbons

Sunday, June 2, 7 a.m.

Lynn Cancer Institute 701 NW 13 St. Boca Raton, FL 33486

5K certified course for walk/ run, also 1 mile walk/run. Benefits League of Ribbons at Lynn Cancer Institute. Registration opens at 6 a.m. 5K Walk/ Run: $30, $10 for under 18. 1-Mile Walk- $20, $10 for under $18. $50 for families. Discount for Boca Raton Regional Hospital employees. 561-955-4501.

Pompano Beach Fine Food & Wine

Tuesday, June 4, 5:30-6:30 p.m. (VIP: 6-9 p.m.)

Hillsboro Club 901 Hillsboro Mile Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062

Over25localrestaurantsgather to share tasty tidbits at this evening of fun, complete with silent and LIVE auctions, music, wine, raffle and more. Raises funds for Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce. $60 each or four tickets for $200 in advance. Tickets at door will be $70 each. VIP Ticket: $85 each or four tickets for $300, includes VIP Party. Not available at the door. If you would like to donate a door prize or be a sponsor, call 954-941-2940 or email lspinelli@ pompanobeachchamber.com. For more information, call 954-941- 2940 or visit www.pompanobeachchamber.com.

Prepared for hurricane season?

Tuesday, June 4, 7 p.m.

1650 NE 50 Ct. Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Kimberly Spill, Emergency Services director, City of Pompano Beach, will provide update on emergency preparations and procedures and answer questions. FREE. www.pbhighlands.org.

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CLERGY CORNER: Weathering the Storm

Posted on 30 May 2013 by L.Moore

As Floridians, you and I are well aware of the damage that can be caused by a powerful storm. With hurricane season approaching our own shores, we’ve watched with empathy as the people of Oklahoma have faced the destruction and aftermath of last week’s tornados. Unfortunately, devastating storms are an unavoidable part of life in certain areas of the country. As long as we live in their path, we run the risk of coming face-to-face with the havoc they wreak.

Still, while natural storms like hurricanes and tornados aren’t easy to weather, they often pale in comparison to the other types of storms we face throughout our lives – the difficult situations and unexpected circumstances that whip in and leave us shattered.

Marriage problems, illnesses, financial crises and the death of loved ones are just a few of the storms we’ll all have to deal with at some point. Communities can be rebuilt and buildings restored, but these personal storms have the potential to damage us in unseen, irreparable ways.

As a pastor, I’ve had the opportunity to work with thousands of people facing the hurt, loss and confusion that are often the result of life’s storms. When listening to what they’re going through, and when facing difficulties in my own life, I’m always reminded of a principle I learned while riding out a literal hurricane years ago: You and I can survive the storms of life if we have the right foundation. Storms will come, but we can be unshakable in their midst.

When the storms of life hit, the first and most important thing you can do is make sure you are building your life on a solid foundation. Whether you realize it or not, you are building your life on some sort of foundation – one that reflects whatever it is you have faith in. And you do have faith in something. We all do; we all have a set of beliefs through which we filter the world. Over time, those beliefs become our bedrock.

What do you have faith in? Yourself? Your spouse? Your business partners? A religious tradition? Karma? The universe? If your faith is built on the right foundation, you’ll be able to stand strong through life’s most intense disasters. But if you put your faith in the wrong place, you will struggle when difficult circumstances come and, all too often, collapse completely when the strongest storms start raging.

The only foundation capable of withstanding life’s storms is a foundation of faith in God and his son, Jesus Christ. In the scriptures, Jesus himself says: I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father except through me, (John 14:5-7). Later, he asks his disciples: Who do you say that I am (Mark 8: 29). Eventually, we all have to answer the same question; we all have to make a decision about who we believe Jesus is. Who do you say he is?

When you make faith in Jesus your foundation, God will give you what you need to face everything this life throws your way. When things go wrong, you won’t be anxious; you’ll let yourself rely on God’s strength.

You’ll have the confidence to move forward, knowing that he is protecting you and that he has a plan for your future. From this solid foundation of faith, you’ll be able to weather every storm, making it to the other side of each one stronger for having taken the journey.

Nelson Searcy is the lead pastor of The Journey Church in Boca Raton.

You’re invited to attend The Journey this Sunday, June 2 for the kick-off of the new GOD ON FILM teaching series — where you will discover the meaning behind the biggest summer blockbuster movies. Every firsttime guest will receive a FREE Cinemark movie ticket.

The Journey meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at Boca Raton Community High School (Glades Rd. and I-95, exit 45, beside Whole Foods).

Learn more at: www.Boca Journey.com

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Pizza Challenge for Charity at Steve’s Wood Fired Pizza

Posted on 30 May 2013 by JimLusk

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Boca Girl Pizza is the winner!

By Rachel Galvin

On May 21, Steve’s Wood Fired Pizza in Boca Raton had a unique event. They invited in the media to taste and judge three different pizzas created by a representative of a different charity. Votes were tallied among the media present and combined with social networking scores for a final vote.

The winning pizza was a specialty veggie pizza, called the Boca Girl Pizza, created by Catherine’s Hope for a Cure, a charity that helps to raise funds for Batten disease. Catherine Abbott-Horowitz, who was present at the event and runs the charity, has the fatal Neuronal Ceroid Lipofucsinosis (NCL) disorder. Added to the menu for June, this pizza’s proceeds will be donated to the charity. The pizza includes roasted vegetables including eggplant, zucchini, broccoli and roasted tomatoes over a zesty sauce and gourmet cheese blend.

The other two pizzas included a fun buffalo chicken pizza called Party Pizza for The Pap Corps, a charity dedicated to raising money for Cancer, and a delectable Thai chicken pizza for the Tri County Humane Society, a no-kill organization whose mission is to save four-legged friends.

In addition, owner Steve Greenberg introduced some new menu items, including Chicken Parmesan, Meatball, and Sausage and Pepper sandwiches, as well as an apple tart and raspberry zeppolies for dessert. All that food made the media thirsty, so he also brought out his new craft beers, including White UFO, Purple Haze, Brooklyn Lage, Ass Kisser and Torpedo. They also have expanded their wine list to include small bottles of Malbec, Rodney Strong and Sonoma County.

Steve’s Wood Fired Pizza is located at 9180 Glades Rd., Boca Raton, 33434. 561-483-5665. www.steveswoodfiredpizza.com

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The volume of travel during Memorial Day weekend is expected to decline slightly this year

Posted on 23 May 2013 by L.Moore

The motorist organization forecasts a decline of 0.9% in overall travel compared to last year, with 34.8 million Americans making a journey of 50 miles or more.

AAA President Robert Darbelnet blamed the decline on “an up and down economy” and “the impact of the end of the payroll tax holiday on working families.”

A steep decline in projected air travel dragged down the overall forecast. AAA expects holiday air travel to decrease 8%, to 2.3 million travelers this year.

The group said that fliers are suffering from “fee fatigue,” fed up with paying extra for services that were once included in the price of a plane ticket, such as reservation changes, checked baggage, pet travel, food, nonalcoholic drinks, and so on.

 

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Beach tennis event ‘a success’

Posted on 23 May 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Adrienne Cerra spent the entire weekend walking around the 5th annual IFBTUSA Beach Tennis World Cup event with a smile on her face.

Cerra, the International Federation of Beach Tennis- USA president, said more than 180 players from South Florida and around the world attended the event, sponsored by Frank Congemi this past weekend at Deerfield Beach.

“It was a great success,” Cerra said. “Deerfield was once again a great host with its seaside charm and great local restaurants and bars. The players love returning every year for this great event. The beach was filled for the event as thousands watched the action, and the weather was perfect!”

Cerra said players from all over the USA, as well as Brazil, Italy, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Aruba, Peru, Columbia and Germany, represented their countries. The categories included Men’s and Women’s Open Doubles, Men’s and Women’s Open Singles, Women’s and Men’s “A” (advanced) Singles, Women’s and Men’s “A” Doubles and Mixed Doubles. Singles matches were held on Friday, Doubles on Saturday and Mixed Doubles on Sunday.

“It has almost doubled every year, and we raised the prize money to $5,000 this year thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Frank Congemi. “Approximately $3,000 of it goes to the men’s open winner. Last year, the prize money was $1,500. This tournament is fantastic and it is one of the best tournaments in the world.”

Grade 1 World Ranking Points and prize money were awarded to the Men’s and Women’s Open Division and Mixed Doubles Winners, while prizes were awarded to A Divisions and juniors.

“We came up to see this,” said Ric Green, who has been the president and CEO of the Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce for the past five years. “We would like to see them expand and maybe have a complimentary tournament in Pompano. With what she has going, I think there is real potential on the local level. This is an international tournament for her so this is special. Maybe we can hold a couple of local events in Pompano. It is very impressive.”

“It is always great to play for the home crowd,” said Jan Macko, who was one of 180 players who took part in the event. “It is a great weekend activity for anybody.” www.mybeachtennis.net for results!

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FLICKS: Star Trek Into Darkness

Posted on 23 May 2013 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

With 10 motion pictures, four versions of Next Generation television shows and endless novels, the Star Trek franchise was collapsing under its own weight until Paramount executives hired J.J. Abrams to “reboot” the series. Abrams remained true to the Star Trek core audience, while inviting a new audience not familiar with the difference between a Klingon and a Gorn.

For his second and last Star Trek motion picture, Abrams has provided another adrenalin-filled motion picture with heart and tiny references to the 50-year-old franchise. With the best Star Trek movie, The Wrath of Khan, used as a narrative blueprint, Star Trek Into Darkness fulfills expectations of popcorn-eating Saturday Matinee fun.

This film finds the Enterprise crew in a perilous mission on a primitive planet. While Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) saves the world, he is demoted for disobeying orders. With his untrustworthy first officer Spock (Zachary Quinto) reassigned, Kirk becomes first mate to his mentor, Captain Christopher Pike (Bruce Greenwood). Before Pike and Kirk can begin their next mission, Star Fleet Headquarters is attacked by Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch), a one-man weapon of mass destruction.

From this point forward, this film turns into an action-packed sci-fi narrative with character twists and turns. The joy of this film is how the screenwriters take sacred Star Trek beliefs (i.e. “The Prime Directive”) and reveal what a bureaucratic cage these regulations are in the real world. This storytelling freedom is infectious.

The film will be playing on the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Discovery (MODS) fivestorey IMAX screen until mid June, when Man of Steel is scheduled. It’s worth the extra couple of bucks. I felt I was aboard the Star Trek Enterprise and could give navigational tips to Lieutenant Sulu (John Cho).Besides the excellent documentary Flight of the Butterflies, MODS will kick off the summer with a new exhibit — Tony Hawk RAD Science, which relates “physics” with “skateboarding.” This kinesthetic learning experience concludes Labor Day Weekend.

Last, but not least, Gary Sinise and Joe Mantenga return to the National Memorial Day Concert on PBS Sunday, May 26 from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Given the recent loss of my World War II generation father, the tribute to The Greatest Generation will be especially poignant for me. Memorialize our vets … and honor them this Memorial Day weekend by enjoying freedom and having a good time.

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