Archive for 'March,2018'

Question I asked Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Question I asked Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I was nervous to ask Marjory Stoneman Douglas my question. I’d heard she could be tough on newspeople. That she had no time for “stupid’’ questions. That you’d better have [...]

Miami Dolphins great Dan Marino still calling his plays

Miami Dolphins great Dan Marino still calling his plays

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Dan Marino made me feel good about being a South Floridian. There, I’ve said it. He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1983, only a few years after [...]

Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Marilu Henner is best known for playing a part-time cabbie on Taxi, but she has a vibrant 45-year stage, screen and writing career as well. Apart from two [...]

Dan Rather looking ahead, optimistically

Dan Rather looking ahead, optimistically

By Rosemary O’Hara Dan Rather is 86, but as spirited as that day in 1976 when he swept into The Alligator offices at the University of Florida for a brief visit. He was at the top [...]

10 award-winning wines, and how to find them

10 award-winning wines, and how to find them

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine One of my pet peeves is hearing about a terrific wine and then not being able to find it. So after this year’s American Fine Wine Competition in [...]

Proton therapy takes careful aim at cancer

Proton therapy takes careful aim at cancer

By Jana Soeldner Danger City & Shore Magazine Proton therapy, an advanced form of radiation treatment now offered at the Miami Cancer Institute, a part of Baptist Health South Florida, promises to minimize exposure to healthy [...]

Learning the joy of cooking with Chef Lenore

Learning the joy of cooking with Chef Lenore

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto Photos by Richard Taranto City & Shore Magazine Lenore Nolan-Ryan clicks across the Mexican-tile floor, carrying an oversized artichoke on a blue plate accented with sundried cherry tomatoes, edamame, chives and filled with [...]

How the new tax law will affect homeowners

How the new tax law will affect homeowners

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine You might have already seen the effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in your paycheck — or perhaps you work for one of the many companies [...]

Get fit and healthy with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Get fit and healthy with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore Magazine By day, Roberto Santiago is the community engagement and communications officer for Florida Atlantic University’s Broward campuses. After work he can be found on a mat at John Wai [...]