Archive for 'February 2nd, 2018'

What drives us to collect old cars? Check the rearview

What drives us to collect old cars? Check the rearview

By Mark Gauert City & Shore PRIME Magazine I remember what Jay Leno said – just before the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance a few years ago – about the car he’d never sell. “My ’55 Buick [...]

Over breakfast, South Beach Wine & Food Festival founder talks wine, food, festivals and life

Over breakfast, South Beach Wine & Food Festival founder talks wine, food, festivals and life

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto Photos by Richard Taranto It was dreary the morning we slogged south to Miami, weaving in and out of traffic dotted with red brake lights in fits and starts. Not so long ago, [...]

StyleFile: It may be a jungle out there, but the expedition can still look stylish

StyleFile: It may be a jungle out there, but the expedition can still look stylish

Outfit: Arthur top in patchwork pajama print by House of Harlow 1960, $158, from Revolve.com; Havana-colored sunglasses by Celine, $475, from Saks Fifth Avenue. Jewelry: President II watch in 18-kt. gold, $29,900; vintage 36-inch Italian 18-kt. [...]

The top trends – literally – in South Florida high-rise design

The top trends – literally – in South Florida high-rise design

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine When South Floridians spend big money for a high-rise with a great view, they want an interior to complement – not compete – with the ocean, Intracoastal or [...]

Steve Martin, Martin Short still wild and crazy, we must say

Steve Martin, Martin Short still wild and crazy, we must say

By Ben Crandell City & Shore PRIME Magazine It may be hard to imagine, but there was a time when late-night comedy, Saturday Night Live in particular, could not lean on the day’s political foibles to [...]

The Calendar for February 2018, and beyond

The Calendar for February 2018, and beyond

February  4  Books, Bellinis & Bel Canto, a musical brunch that includes a Bellini reception, hors d’oeuvres, lunch, performances by opera singers and musicians, raffle prizes and book giveaways, to benefit the EW Foundation, which provides [...]

Financial lessons learned when a spouse dies

Financial lessons learned when a spouse dies

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME magazine As a financial columnist, I’m familiar with subjects like taxes, insurance, wealth creation and retirement planning. But when my husband passed away recently without warning, both my [...]

Tim Allen, Jay Leno headline Boca Concours

Tim Allen, Jay Leno headline Boca Concours

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Magazine Vintage, antique, classic and exotic cars and motorcycles will compete for awards at the 12th Annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, Feb. 23-25. Comedians Tim Allen and Jay [...]

New, more accurate test for prostate cancer

New, more accurate test for prostate cancer

By Jana Soeldner Danger City & Shore PRIME Magazine  One in seven men in the United States is diagnosed with prostate cancer annually, and 30,000 die of it. Now, a new test that combines MRIs of [...]

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Music. You might be listening to it right now. Or maybe it’s playing unnoticed in the background. Music is so everywhere anymore that sometimes it’s like it’s not even [...]