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at­ten­tive.”

Scott Sch­nei­der­man, a Michi­gan na­tive who has lived at New River Land­ing for two years, loves the mix of city and laid-back beach vibes. “The thing I like about down­town is it’s young and ur­ban, and it’s easy to meet people. Ev­ery­one is from some­place else. I’ll go to the Him­marshee District to grab a beer and a burger. I like Tar­pon Bend, and Pub­lic House has a great at­mos­phere. An­other hid­den gem is the Down­towner Sa­loon on the New River, which is 40 steps away. … That’s an­other one of the great things: I can walk every­where.”

Rick Mi­jares, man­ag­ing part­ner at the pop­u­lar Las Olas tav­ern Amer­i­can So­cial, says: “Golf and wake­board­ing. Both get me out of the of­fice and help me un­wind from a day at work. In the neigh­bor­hood of Sail­boat Bend, there is a real chill bar that spe­cial­izes in beer called River­side Mar­ket. It is great if you want a low-key evening with friends away from the hus­tle and bus­tle.”

For Ju­lian Siegel, pro­pri­etor of the River­side Mar­ket and Café, fa­vorite things to do are all over town: “Rid­ing bi­cy­cles or boat­ing through down­town with my wife and kids, en­joy­ing ev­ery fes­ti­val and ac­tiv­ity that the city has to of­fer. We live down­town, and we love see­ing the new de­vel­op­ment, from East Las Olas to FAT Vil­lage and every­where in be­tween.”

For more on the Liv­abil­ity list, go to

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Craft beer, home brews, fish­ing and mu­sic … That’s pretty much your life, right? Ales for An­glers is a “green” gath­er­ing on Satur­day from 2:30 to 9 p.m. at Sun­set Cove Am­phithe­ater (12551 Glades Road, Boca Ra­ton), high­lighted by a per­for­mance by JJ Grey and Mofro at 7:30 p.m. Tick­ets: $35, $100 for a four-pack. All pro­ceeds sup­port the Snook and Game­fish Foun­da­tion, a non­profit ded­i­cated to pro­tect­ing Florida fish­eries. Info: AlesForAn­glers.com.

Matt Damon’s zoo

Sorry, but when we­dothe fam­ily thing, it’s just com­fort­ing to know there’s a bar nearby. The Palm Beach Zoo and Con­ser­va­tion So­ci­ety (1301 Sum­mit Blvd., West Palm Beach) will host a Fri­day night screen­ing of the Matt Damon com­edy-drama “We Bought a Zoo,” which goes on two hours af­ter the zoo re­opens at 5:30 p.m. Ad­mis­sion is $10, $9 mem­bers, $7/$6 for kids older than 3, and in­cludes full zoo ac­cess and the movie. The screen will be set up in the Foun­tain Plaza, where guests can ar­range blan­kets, cush­ions or low-rise beach chairs. Pop­corn, snacks, re­fresh­ments will be for

More Zac Brown

Such has been the re­sponse to the Zac Brown Band show on May 31 at the Cruzan Am­phithe­atre that the band has added a sec­ond show on June 1. Grammy win­ner Kacey Mus­graves (“Fol­low Your Ar­row”) will open both shows. Tick­ets ($25.50-$73.50) go on sale 10 a.m. Fri­day at Live­Na­tion.com and all Tick­et­mas­ter out­lets. Tick­ets for the May 31 show are still avail­able.

Sorry, Mr. Sea­gal

OK, when we got wind of the Steven Sea­gal and Thun­der­box tour com­ing to Hard Rock Live, we as­sumed it was some kind of MMAthing. Clearly, we have not been pay­ing at­ten­tion, as it was pointed out that not only has the big-screen tough guy been play­ing gui­tar for­ever, his bluesy 2005 de­but al­bum, “Songs From the Crys­tal Cave,” in­cludes a har­mon­ica solo by Ste­vie Won­der. THAT Ste­vie Won­der. Sea­gal will be at Hard Rock Live to ed­u­cate me on June 16, with tick­ets

Fresh Spam

The Spam All­stars, one of the stars of the new doc­u­men­tary “Mi­ami Bo­heme,” will per­form at 11 Fri­day night in a new spot, Ha­vana 1957 Brick­ell (1451 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami). The All­stars play with a heavy heart this week, with flute player Mercedes hav­ing lost her hus­band to leukemia. The band has set up a do­na­tion site to help Mercedes and her daugh­ter move for­ward. More info at SpamAll­stars.com.

Ta­mar tick­ets

Singer and re­al­ity TV star Ta­mar Brax­ton will kick off her na­tional Love and War Tour at the Fill­more Mi­ami Beach on May 16. Tick­ets ($29, $38) go on sale10 a.m. Fri­day at the box of­fice, Live­Na­tion.com and all Tick­et­mas­ter out­lets at 800-745-3000. Toni’s sis­ter, the star of WE TV’s “Brax­ton Fam­ily Val­ues” and its “Ta­mar and Vince” spinoff, as well as the syn­di­cated talk show “The Real,” will hit the road in sup­port of her R&B al­bum and a re­la­tion­ship book, both ti­tled “Love and War.”

Sea­gal

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