Bari Auerbach

Were They Talking About Aventura?

By Bari Auerbach…. “To finish a work? To finish a picture? What nonsense! To finish it means to be through with it, to kill it, to rid it of its soul, to give it its final blow the coup de grace for the painter as well as for the picture.” ...

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Morton’s hosts ‘classic combination’ networker

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By Bari Auerbach…. Morton’s, home of the best steak anywhere, recently hosted a “classic combination” networking event for Aventura Marketing Council members combining business building with socializing – plus showcasing Morton’s “Classic Combination” featuring single-cut filet mignon and cold water lobster tail served with a center cut iceberg wedge and ...

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Helping kids through ‘thick and thin’

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By Bari Auerbach…. With childhood obesity on the rise, parents have to be more proactive than ever when it comes to ensuring their kids are eating healthful foods and getting enough exercise. When it comes to tipping the scales back in the right direction and teaching children how to be ...

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‘Keeping Your Cool’

By Bari Auerbach…. It’s so hot outside, Mo’s could literally cook some fried eggs on the Country Club Drive circle –  but fortunately, there are solutions for “keeping your cool” around Aventura: Chill with Ice Cream: Summer heat is always a great excuse to indulge in ice cream – but ...

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How Lean are your greens?

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By Bari Auerbach…. Did you know that salad you thought was “healthy” could have a whopping amount of fat and calories totaling even more than a BK Whopper! If you’ve been topping your greens with high-calorie dressings, cheese, croutons and other mixins, it’s time to “raise the salad bar” and ...

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‘Superfoods to the Rescue’

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By Bari Auerbach…. There are many nutrient-dense superfoods that can be included in your diet to help reduce sick days and fight harmful free radicals. Sixty percent of the immune system’s receptor cells are in the colon and another 15 percent are in the lower part of the small intestine, ...

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