Archive for 'January 5th, 2013'

Suze Orman, wealth managers money advice

Suze Orman, wealth managers money advice

It’s a safe bet most South Floridians, in one way or another, have taken a financial hit of one kind or another over the past few years. If it’s not that the value of your home [...]

Before and after: Re-making a home

Before and after: Re-making a home

BY CHARLYNE VARKONYI SCHAUB Love the location but looking for more function or style in your residence? No worry. Smart changes can transform your so-so home into your chic castle. Extreme remodeling may mean a teardown, [...]

A jam session of jazz photographers

A jam session of jazz photographers

“Hot can be cool, and cool can be hot and each can be both. But hot or cool man, jazz is jazz.” So said Louis Armstrong, whose raspy voice and melodic trumpet turned him into a [...]

Behind the wheel of the elegant Audi A7

Behind the wheel of the elegant Audi A7

The 2013 Audi A7 did something I didn’t think was possible: It made me want to catch a red light, a long train, an open drawbridge. In other words, it made driving around South Florida an [...]

Boca Raton’s new Sur La Table really cooks

Boca Raton’s new Sur La Table really cooks

 Sur La Table has been one of my favorite destinations to buy cooking equipment ever since I visited the original store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market some 20 years ago. A food editor back then, I [...]

Annie Leibovitz ‘quieter’ work at the Norton

Annie Leibovitz ‘quieter’ work at the Norton

BY DAVE WIECZOREK Who doesn’t have a favorite portrait among the scores of celebrity icons Annie Leibovitz has photographed since shooting her first Rolling Stone cover more than 40 years ago? The naked John Lennon entwined [...]

Fashionable flooring options for the home

Fashionable flooring options for the home

Flooring choices are as varied as the way we choose to dress. Tile floors are casual favorites while marble and travertine are more formal. Wood is for those of us who want to be reminded of [...]

United Way, Red Cross unite to help veterans

United Way, Red Cross unite to help veterans

United Way of Broward County and the American Red Cross are joining forces to help reacclimate returning veterans to their families and community in Broward County. The new program, called Mission United, will officially launch Wednesday, [...]

The case for private vs. public schools

The case for private vs. public schools

Wondering whether your child should go to public school or private school? There are more factors to consider than you probably realize – just ask these admissions directors from some of South Florida’s top learning institutions. [...]