| January, 2014

Ely boys ranked 3rd in State

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

Classified (nothing on pasteboard)By Gary Curreri

If Blanche Ely’s boys’ basketball team is to win its third consecutive Class 7A state championship, the road may lead through Lauderdale Lakes and District 14-7A rival Boyd Anderson.

Blanche Ely (18-2), the state’s third-ranked team in the latest Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC)-Source Hoops state rankings, has dropped just two games all season – both to the Cobras (17-3), who are ranked second in the state. Apopka’s Wekiva High School (19-3) holds down the top state ranking in Class 7A.

Blanche Ely opened the season with 13 consecutive wins including the prestigious Chick-Fil-A Classic in Columbia, South Carolina. Junior Therrell Gosier led his team to the Chick-Fil-A Classic II Championship with 24 points, 18 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks. The Tigers won 81-75 in overtime over South Pointe (Rock Hill, SC).

Less than a week later, Blanche Ely dropped its first contest of the year to Boyd Anderson in overtime at the D-Hop Classic at Palm Beach Lakes High School. The Cobras rallied from a 63-59 deficit with 49 seconds left to tie the game and force overtime. That loss ended a Blanche Ely streak of 46 wins in a row against Broward County opponents and 52 wins in a row against Florida teams.

There were some great teams in the D-Hop with Boyd Anderson, and Palm Beach Lakes in our region,” said Blanche Ely coach Melvin Randall. “I think there are some pretty good teams in Central Florida, but the best teams reside down here in South Florida.”

The state rankings bear that out with Palm Beach Lakes (16-5) fifth in the poll and Dwyer (18-5) sixth in the FABC-Source Hoops state rankings.

Just three weeks later, Boyd Anderson handed the Tigers its second loss of the season as it battled back from a ninepoint deficit in the third quarter to pull out a 65-57 victory.

Randall said he expects his team to improve for the stretch run and credited the leadership of seniors Lance Tejada II and Joshua Floyd, in addition to Gozier.

Their leadership is helping raise these young ones to William Nightingale get to where we need to be,” said Randall, whose team defeated Boyd Anderson, 78- 75, in overtime on Nov. 30. “I think they are doing a tremendous job.”

Floyd was at Westminster Academy last year, while Javon Heastie transferred in from Dillard. Boyd Anderson has two transfers of its own in Rodney Simeon from Miami Central and Dondre Duffus from Wellington High School.

Both teams were competing in the BCAA Big 8 tournament where Blanche Ely is the defending champion. Results of Wednesday night’s games were unavailable at press time. The District playoffs begin next week.

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FLICKS:Aftermath & Saving Mr. Banks

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

Sixty-nine years ago this week, the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated. As that generation of survivors leave us, the responsibility of this brutal history falls upon future generations. Filmed in Poland with English subtitles, After math (Poklosie) tackles this theme about generational responsibility to the truth.

After making a living in Chicago for 20 years, Franc (Ireneusz Czop) the prodigal brother returns to his hometown in Poland. His brother, Jozek (Maciej

Stuhr) has stayed behind, buried their parents and maintained the farm. Feeling guilty for being away, Franc notes the strange behavior between the village people and Jozek.

Aftermath unravels like a good mystery, enhanced by writer/ director Wladyslaw Pasikowski’s concise direction and clear cinematography. The revelation is horrifying and personal, but is a worthy climax, guaranteed to inspire discussion. Aftermath opens tomorrow in local theaters.

Saving Mr. Banks wraps up its theatrical run shortly with a lukewarm box office. A muchanticipated Christmas Day release, this film has been a disappointment on the awards circuit, with Emma Thompson garnering most notice for her work as P.L. Travers, the author of the children’s classic Mary Poppins.

For almost three decades, Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) attempted to produce Mary Poppins as a piece of cinema for his daughters, but P.L. Travers did not want to see her books be corrupted. Facing financial difficulties, Travers finally relents and flies to California to workshop Mary Poppins. With her nose high in the air, Travers creates continuous obstacles for the Walt Disney Imagineers. Underneath her frosty exterior, lies the pain of Travers’ tragic childhood.

Saving Mr. Banks is a film full of historical and subtle details. Given that Walt Disney died of lung cancer, he is introduced in the film with an offstage cough, later he is caught smoking a cigarette. During one dramatic scene in his office, a map of Florida is seen in the background with little flags placed around the Orlando region.

Twenty-two years ago, my buddy Bonnie took her daughters to go see Turner & Hooch, only to traumatized by the ending of this Tom Hanks movie. She told me that Saving Mr. Banks sabotaged her original feelings for Mary Poppins, which means that Aftermath would be too intense for her. However if one is seeking pure drama as an alternative to this Super Bowl weekend, then Saving Mr. Banks & Aftermath will provide a fine diversion.

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10th Annual Taste of LHP

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

RE: North Pavilion

Dear Editor:

I am writing concerning the disappointing new change to the sticker parking locations.

My family frequents the beach 4-5 times a week. We park at the pavilion lot north of the pier using our Deerfield Beach parking sticker because it is a short way to walk when my three kids are carrying their surf board and beach items. Furthermore, there is a restroom, showers and cover if a storm decides to roll in.

One of the perks of being a local is being able to park at this most convenient parking lot using our annual sticker. However, because the beach is so crowded with tourists and people from other cities who come to visit our beautiful beach, it is practically impossible anymore to find a spot there without waiting for someone to leave.

But to make matters worse, now the city has decided to take that little local perk away from us and change this lot from a sticker/meter lot to a meter only lot.

Because of this change, I, a Deerfield resident, can’t even park there unless I am willing to pay the $20 it would take to cover our beach time for the afternoon.

Furthermore, Deerfield has made the rule that there is no surfing on the south end of the beach.

You have limited the surf area to the north side of the pier. So the only group of people who have limitations are the ones you make walk the furthest?

I can assure you, many of the local surfers have stickers and this makes no sense.

Please reinstate the pavilion as one of the sticker parking lots. We are losing so much. What a shame to lose this too, the one little perk we have left.

Yes, a city runs on money.The city will get its money from all the meters at the beach. But a city also runs on its people. Happy people, happy city. Trying to squeeze more money out of its residents is just causing dissension and, frankly, is unnecessary.

This may be a small, petty thing to you, but I can assure you, it is VERY important to those of us who call that lot our home.

Carrie Patten

Deerfield Beach

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

Remember, if you see anything suspicious call 911 immediately.

DEERFIELD BEACH

Jan. 16 A home at 4911 was entered through the back sliding glass door and ransacked. Electronics and jewelry were stolen.

Jan. 16 It was reported that four tires and rims were stolen from a truck parked at 400 Federal Hwy.

Jan.17 It was reported that an iPhone 5 left on a table at The Cove Restaurant at 1755 SE 3 Court was stolen.

Jan.17 A man reported that his air conditioner was stolen from his home at 260 SW 32 Ave.

Jan. 17 A woman reported her cellphone stolen from a location at 4700 NW 3 Ave.

Jan. 17 A man reported that his laptop, speakers and other items were stolen from his home at 812 SE 14 Court.

Jan. 18 A man reported that his bicycle valued at $700 was stolen from Bru’s Room at 123 NE 20 Ave.

DEERFIELD — District 4

Jan. 11 Criminal mischief was reported in Deer Creek, at 2271 Deer Creek Country Club Blvd.

Victim advised BSO that a female dressed as a nurse was pounding on her front door for 1 minute. When she did not answer, she heard the window next to the front door shatter. Victim then went outside and saw female fleeing in a large black vehicle. Victim stated that she did not know the suspect.

Jan. 11 Burglary residence took place at Deer Creek, 627 N. Lake Point N. Ln. Victim advised BSO that between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the report date, while he was away from home, unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry to his residence by smashing a small window next to the front door. Suspect(s) were unable to gain entry.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Jan. 2 Police and fire units responded to a fire at a residence located at 2121 NE 31 St. They found the front porch fully engulfed in flames. The fire was believed to start at a junction box.

Jan. 3 The victim returned home to her residence located at 2121 NE 36 St. to find a table smashed to pieces in the backyard. The resident found broken pieces in the yard and witnesses saw a woman walking from the residence with a table leg in her hand. It is unknown if she was involved.

Jan. 4 The victim reported that someone keyed his vehicle while it was parked in front of the residence located at 3800 NE 21 Ave. Damage was estimated at $200.

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HAPPENINGS

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

Enroll America

Saturday, Feb. 1, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Boca Community Center 150 Crawford Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432

Find out more about Affordable Care Act and sign up if desired. Info: www.getcoveredamerica.org.

Jewish Folk Songs & Songs Of Peace and Social Justice

Sunday, Feb. 2, 3 p.m.

Century Village Activities Center 3501 West Dr. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

$10. Refreshments available. Reserve ticket by Feb. 1: 954-942-0394 or email Franknnick@Gmail.Com. Proceeds go to Peace Action Education Fund.

Matinee Music Series: “Friction Farm”

Sunday, Feb. 2, 3 p.m.

Spanish River Library 1501 NW Spanish River Blvd. Boca Raton FL 33431

Concert by Friction Farm, a modern folk duo featuring guitarist/vocalist Aidan Quinn and bassist/vocalist Christine Stay Free. Reservations required. Go to www.bocalinrary.org and click on Events Calendar to register. Info: 561-299-8684.

AAUW Membership Meeting

Monday, Feb. 3, 12:30 p.m.

Pompano Beach Historical Society 217 NE 4 Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33061

FREE. Hosted by American Association of University Women, Pompano Beach Branch. Presentation/ discussion: “Brain Matters” by H. Murray Todd, M.D., medical director of Neurological Institute & Memory Center at Broward Health North, Deerfield Beach. Call: 954-524-2938.

Couch to 5K-Adult Exercise Program

Monday, Feb. 3, 6 p.m.

Middle School Athletic Complex 501 SE 6 Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

9-week exercise program designed to prepare the non-exerciser, beginner athlete for 5K (3.1 mile) race. Classes Mondays and Thursdays. $20-Deerfield residents/$30-non residents. Registration until Jan. 31, 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Middle School Athletic office or any Deerfield Beach Parks and Recreation facilities. 954-480-4427.

Pompano Beach Highlands Civic Improvement Assn. (PBHCIA)

Tuesday, Feb. 4, 7 p.m.

Pompano Highlands Park 1650 NE 50 Ct. Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Special guest: Brian Donovan, Assistant to the City Manager. Open to the public, light refreshments available. Visit www.pbhighlands.org.

Winter Concert Series

Wednesday, Feb. 5, 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Emma Lou Olson Civic Center 1801 NE 6 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Bossa Jazz. $12. For information, call 954-786-4111.

SAVE THE DATE: Florida Renaissance Festival

February 8 to March 16 (Weekends), 10 a.m. to sunset

Quiet Waters Park 401 S. Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

$20-adults/$9-children ages 6-11/Kids 5 & younger free. www.ren-fest.com or 800-3-REN-FES.

2014 theme weekends:

Romance Weekend-“Wine & Chocolate” – Feb. 8, 9

Pirates Weekend-“Pillage the Village” – Feb. 15, 16, 17

Wenches Weekend-“Bodacious Bodices” – Feb. 22, 23

Time Travelers Weekend–“From Steampunk to the Stars”– Mar. 1, 2

Game of Thrones –Mar. 8, 9

St. Patrick’s Weekend- “We’re going Green”–Mar. 15, 16

1st Annual Beach Walk at the Founders’ Days Festival

Sunday, Feb. 16, 9 a.m.

Deerfield Beach

Walk a Mile for the Cure. $12-advance/$15-after Feb. 1. Includes T-shirt and continental breakfast. Donations to American Cancer Society. www.relayforlife.org.

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CLERGY CORNER: Finding purpose

Posted on 30 January 2014 by L.Moore

Has your life gotten off course? Do you wake up in the morning feeling like you should be doing something different with your time, something more? Do you want to find your purpose and accomplish your dreams, but you just aren’t sure how to get started – or how to get started again?

Growing up, most of us have a clear mental image of how our future is going to unfold. We study and work toward that image, convinced we’ll eventually end up with the life we’ve envisioned. But, at some point along the way, many of us get off track. Things don’t go the way we thought they would. Circumstances throw up roadblocks and detours. Eventually, we realize that our vision isn’t lining up with our reality. We aren’t where we want to be.

When we’re staring down disappointment, unfulfilled potential and lack of direction, our minds inevitably turn to questions of purpose and significance. Even if we haven’t considered God’s will much in the past, we begin thinking about His plan for our lives and how it intersects with our daily to-do-lists. If we’ve always been cognizant of God’s will, we start wondering if we’ve missed it somehow.

Does God have a specific plan for your life and mine? Does he care if you’re a doctor, a rock star or a stay-athome parent? Does he care where you live and who you marry? Questions about the extent of God’s involvement in our daily decisions have been debated for centuries. They’re at the heart of the age-old discussion concerning the interplay between God’s sovereignty and our free will. While these questions are deeply nuanced and make for interesting theological conversation, suffice it to say that God does care about the details of your life – and he wants to be involved in those details.

God wants nothing more than for you to know his purpose for you and align yourself with it. When you do, he can bless you abundantly and direct you into the life he has in store. As Scripture explains: The Lord says, ‘I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.’ (Psalm 32:8)

If you are struggling with a lack of direction and purpose, rest assured that God has more in store for you than the life you are currently living. He wants to advise and guide you. He wants you to know his will.

What is God’s will? Simple: God’s will is the highest and best plan for your life. It is the direction you would choose if you could see things from His perspective. In your own understanding, you operate with limited information, but God already knows how your story plays out in its entirety. He has the master plan, and he wants to lead you down the best path to all that is in store for you.

You have a choice to make. You can either stumble through each day, filled with the stress and uncertainty that come with operating in your own power, or you can choose to invite God into your decisions and intentionally surrender your life to His will. Submitting to God’s will doesn’t mean things will be perfect. There will still be valleys, but they won’t be as low. And the peaks will be even higher. When you ask God to begin directing your steps, you will finally begin to experience the satisfaction of living the life you were created to live.

Nelson Searcy is the lead pastor of The Journey Church in Boca Raton. The 3 year old church meets at Boca Raton Community High School (I-95 and Glades Rd) each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For more, visit www.Boca Journey.com. Author of 11 books, Searcy served for 10 years as a pastor in New York City before moving to South Florida.

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James Suh Scholarship Fundraiser

Posted on 24 January 2014 by JimLusk

By Rachel Galvin

 

(Below: Fallen Navy Seal James Suh, part of Operation Red Wings, depicted in the film “Lone Survivor.”)

james suh

On Jan. 15, Dr. Brian Rask held a fundraiser for the James Suh Scholarship at Paragon Theater in Deerfield Beach. The event included a screening of the film “The Lone Survivor,” a raffle, a 50/50 drawing, sports and other memorabilia for sale, and a silent auction of various items. The scholarship, which is a one-time award of $1000, is awarded to Deerfield Beach High School seniors and is based on GPA, strength of classes, extracurricular activities, community service and interest in serving in the military.

The scholarship was named after James Suh, a fellow Deerfield Beach High School student and friend of Rask who graduated in 1995. The pair went to the same college, University of Florida, but lost track of each other and Suh received a degree in statistics and trained to become a Navy Seal. The movie “Lone Survivor” is about Suh and his fellow seals… four Navy Seals who were on a failed rescue mission called Operation Red Wings. This is how Suh lost his life in 2005, fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan.

But his friends will never forget him. This is why the scholarship was created the year after his death, just a month before their Bucks’ 10 year reunion.

“I funded the first year myself,” said Rask, who is president of the Pompano Exchange Club, who donates $500 yearly as well, adding that he does fundraisers year-round.

Kellie Search volunteered to help Rask this year.

She said, “I knew James since Elementary school. I have been helping collect photos from friends and family for the montage [that showed before movie]. This is the first [fundraiser] I have helped at, but I have attended others.”

Ralph N. Oko came down from Vero Beach to help, bringing his collectibles for sale. He donated 25 percent of his sales back to the scholarship.

“I have been helping since the beginning. James’ friends had the foresight to keep their friend alive in spirit. Who would have thought a book and a movie would be made [about the mission]?”

Paragon Theater was packed and included many military personnel, including the DAV (Disabled American Vets) Post 133 and the Marine Corp League Intracoastal Detachment #1058.

Rask said, “We had close to 200 people show up and raised approximately $4,700. It was also great for many high school friends to catch up, who have not seen each other in years. Paragon Theaters did a great job for us and helped us out with everything we needed!”

Want to donate to scholarship? Send checks to Pompano Beach Exchange Club, Attn: James Suh Memorial Scholarship, PO Box 672, Pompano Beach, FL 33061. The Pompano Beach Exchange Club manages the scholarship fund in a trust and is a 501c3 charitable organization.

To find out more about James career as a Navy Seal, visit http://navyseals.com/nsw/james-suh.

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Above–On left: Members of the DAV Post 133. On right: Members of the Marine Corp League Intracoastal #1058.

 

IMG_5332 On left: Dr. Rask, Kellie Search, Kelly Brown, Ralph N. Oko,  Anya Ledic, Marlon Carias

 

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Knights, Lions hope for postseason run

Posted on 23 January 2014 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

If either Highlands Christian Academy or Zion Lutheran School is going to make a run at the postseason, both local schools will need to get past the top-seeded Westminster Academy in the District 13-1A tournament which began this week.

Highlands Christian Academy coach Darryl Mauro has returned to the sidelines after helping with the team last year. Mauro is in his sixth year at the school and has entered the year at 79-24-11 during that span.

We are trying to get them to play good soccer,” said Mauro, who previously coached the team from 2004- 09. The Knights are 10-5 this season and in second place behind Westminster Academy in the district. “We only have two or three kids that play more than high school soccer, on travel teams. Our four losses have come against Westminster (one) and three against bigger schools.”

Mauro’s title hopes were bolstered by the return of senior forward Kirvin Moesquit from an early season knee injury. Moesquit, who has an offer to play baseball at the University of Miami, is one of the team’s top offensive threats. He plays shortstop for the school’s baseball team. Senior forward Lucas Almeida provided most of the punch with Moesquit out.

We missed him,” Mauro said. “It was a major disappointment that he was out because he has a lot of speed. Our guys are starting to click. You have to have that magic dust and they have to show up to play.”

Sophomore defenders Evan Henderson and Elijah Kerr anchor the Knights’ defense and the team is also counting on sophomore midfielder Caleb Bien-Aime, senior goalkeeper Zach Muller and freshman forward Alex Felicetta.

Zion Lutheran coach Kelly Elrod has been at the school for nine years and returned two starters from last year’s team including German Curci (midfielder, sr.) and Noah Craven (defender, sr.). A third starter, the team’s junior goalkeeper, Don-Andrew Hanson broke three bones in his hand in the second to last football game of the season and has been out for the year.

Elrod said senior Frankel Alexis, a first-year soccer player, has filled in admirably for Hanson in goals for the Lions (2-5-4), which opened the tournament against the fifth-seeded South Florida Heat. Results of the tournament were unavailable at press time.

What (Frankel) has done has been eye-opening,” said Elrod, whose team was 6-9-1 last year. “He has no fear and his communication with the defense is actually getting better. I wish I had him as a freshman. The last game we had against Highlands, he had 14 saves. He’s been a Godsend. He’s physically capable.”

The Lions added three Brazilians, all juniors, including Tiago Santos (central defender), Rodrigo DeOliveira (forward) and Thiago Silva (midfielder), along with freshman Malik Murphy (forward).

Those guys have definitely helped elevate our game,” Elrod said. “I really want to make a strong, solid run into the playoffs.”

Elrod also singled out the play of defender Noah Craven, German Curci and Courtney Whiteaker, who, along with Noelle Gans, is one of two girls on the team. Whiteaker, a senior, is starting as an outside defender. She was on the girls’ team last year; however, the school wasn’t able to field a girls’ soccer team this year.

Courtney has been really well accepted,” Elrod said. “Her positioning awareness is very, very good. She’s been solid. I told her I wasn’t going to treat her any differently. Now that she’s starting, nobody has said a peep about it. The guys acknowledge she’s an asset. She and the other girl, Noelle (sophomore), have done well. This is the first time in my nine years there that I have had a girl on the team. They both fit in pretty well.”

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FLICKS: American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, Gimme Shelter

Posted on 23 January 2014 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

When I was 16, I watched the Steven Spielberg all-star comedy 1941 twice, awed by the impressive visuals and John Williams musical score. I implored my surrogate grandfather, Ed Herma, to see this movie. His response was something like, “What would John Belushi and his friends know about World War II?” Now that I am member of the Half Century Club, I think about Ed Herma’s words when I watch movies from my personal history, most notably American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street.

Both films are dominating the awards’ circuit this season. Both are revisionist history, both contain appropriate soundtracks of forgotten songs and both films are entertaining, if a bit long for their own good.

American Hustle opens with our protagonist (really can’t call him a hero) Irving Rosenfeld (Christian Bale) tending to his comb-over. With government agent Richie DiMaso (Bradley Cooper) and girlfriend Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), Rosenfeld is participating in a sting operation to bring down New Jersey politicians. Eventually, the list of suspects grows bigger and bigger and includes fake Arab sheiks, organized crime lords and members of the 96th session of the United States Congress.

Some of this actually happened” are the opening words of writer/director David O. Russell’s current opus. Russell recruits actors from his previous award-winning features (The Fighter -Adams, Bale, Silver Linings Playbook - Cooper, Lawrence) and creates a refreshing homage to the malaise of the Carter Administration. American Hustle is not about the facts, but contains truthful moments about 1978, from the hairy chested machismo influence of Burt Reynolds to psychological revelations inspired by Dr. Wayne Dyer.

The Wolf of Wall Street feels like the spiritual continuation of American Hustle, only with more in-your-face-decadence directed by Martin Scorsese. We see the rise of Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio), a stock broker who makes a fortune selling penny stocks to naive investors. With each financial success, Belfort descends into spiritual decline so symbolic of the exuberance of the roaring ‘90s.

This film is fascinating, with plenty of debauchery. DiCaprio played a similar role in The Great Gatsby, but, this time, the actor performs slapstick in a scene worthy of Jerry Lewis or Jim Carrey. As one of Belfort’s wives, unknown Margot Robbie shines in an ensemble cast that features Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler and Jonah Hill.

Gimme Shelter opens tomorrow. Vanessa Hudgens portrays a homeless teenager who discovers she’s pregnant. Based on a true story, Hudgens is supported by Brendan Fraser, James Earl Jones and Rosario Dawson, who plays the mother-fromhell.

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