Archive for 'February,2017'

Luxury wine tastes at economy prices

Luxury wine tastes at economy prices

By Bob Hosmon City & Shore Magazine When I started writing about wine (40 years ago this June), my readers mostly wanted to know how to avoid buying the “wrong” wine. They really didn’t want to [...]

Non-Profit Awards winners announced

Non-Profit Awards winners announced

  By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The red carpets were rolling out in Broward County this weekend, too. More than 700 people attended the 7th Annual Community Care Plan Non-Profit Awards on Friday [...]

The Style File: 2-23-2017

The Style File: 2-23-2017

  By Elyse Ranart City & Shore Magazine Fashion and Style Director   1.     These tassel sneakers, made from vachetta leather by Loeffler Randall, are a great addition to your spring shoe selection.  I love how the [...]

The Style File: 2-17-2017

The Style File: 2-17-2017

1. Did someone mention a sale? In my experience, Valentine’s Day often leads to wedding gown shopping.  If that includes you – or any bride-to-be you know – you might want to check out Zola Keller [...]

Good advice when formal wear goes bad

Good advice when formal wear goes bad

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Group leader: “Is there anyone here for their first meeting? Please introduce yourself by your first name only. We want to welcome you now.” Me: “Hello, my name is [...]

Jeff Foxworthy formal: Black-tie, cowboy boots

Jeff Foxworthy formal: Black-tie, cowboy boots

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine There will be a moment at some point during the elegant and buff-polished car show that is the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance this month when the gears shift and [...]

Designers set high bar in high-rise style

Designers set high bar in high-rise style

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Waterfront or cityscape views are the attractions of high-rise life, and designers do their best to enhance – not detract from – the million-dollar views. They are mindful [...]

New generation of sushi chefs sharpens up

New generation of sushi chefs sharpens up

  A new generation of sushi chefs is taking center stage at Phat Boy Sushi in Fort Lauderdale By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto       Photography by Richard Taranto The dining room at Phat Boy Sushi is prepped [...]

Natural Beauties

Natural Beauties

  When it comes to jewelry, only the real thing will do By Pascal Ollinger, photography and Elyse Ranart, Style & Fashion Director   Tweet [...]

Ted Koppel talks on cyber threats, journalism and the story he won’t forget

Ted Koppel talks on cyber threats, journalism and the story he won’t forget

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine That voice was on the phone – the measured eloquence, the authoritative tone, the civilized lexicon that kept us up late to listen to Nightline as much as to [...]