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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 …

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 …

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. …

Carson Lee Pritchard turns 3 on April 18

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

Tuesday Morning, January 3, 2012 This is basically a thankless job, but sometimes out of the blue someone says something nice about Lighthouse Point Magazine. This morning I was speaking with Patty Berian regarding her ad in our magazine, and we were wishing each other the very best in 2012, …

Located in the Beacon Light Shopping Center, this little treasure might miss your notice. Don’t be fooled by its modest exterior. Inside there is good food and cheer by one of the friendliest and most community-minded families in Lighthouse Point. The owners, Don and Joan Hoy, run their restaurant with …