Archive for 'March 2nd, 2018'

Learning my limitations on a big home project

Learning my limitations on a big home project

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Maybe your house is like my house. I did not build my house. I didn’t pour the foundation or hammer the nails or string any wire. I just bought [...]

Going the distance with Laila Ali

Going the distance with Laila Ali

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Laila Ali still dazzles you with the fire of a fighter. It’s been just over 10 years since she hung up her gloves, but you can still hear it [...]

Home decor with the ‘Maestro of Makeovers’

Home decor with the ‘Maestro of Makeovers’

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine It’s no wonder Martin Amado has been called the “Makeover Maestro.” He first put his distinctive mark on South Florida design with Room for Improvement on WSVN-Ch. 7. [...]

18 design ideas for 2018: Editor’s choice

18 design ideas for 2018: Editor’s choice

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Contributing Design Editor When was the last time you added something new to your home? Design should evolve year to year to help you feel more connected and more [...]

Home improvements that pay off at resale

Home improvements that pay off at resale

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine  Remodeling magazine recently released its 31st annual Cost vs. Value report, comparing costs for 20 of the most popular professional mid-range and upscale remodeling projects in 149 U.S. [...]

Smart TV Unit gives tiny spaces big results

Smart TV Unit gives tiny spaces big results

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine  Whether you have a small apartment or are considering downsizing, you may want to consider these space-saving furnishings from Europe. “The Italians and other Europeans are very familiar [...]

Designers give animal-prints free range

Designers give animal-prints free range

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Dorothy Draper used animal-print wallpaper. Elsie de Wolf designed a round stool in a zebra print. Mario Buatta loves to use leopard prints on fringed ottomans, carpets and [...]

Myapapaya juicery + kitchen a secret no more

Myapapaya juicery + kitchen a secret no more

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine  There’s a place to eat near the corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Bayview Drive in Fort Lauderdale with a local following so loyal they’d rather their little secret didn’t [...]

Dr. Andrew Weil True Food Kitchen comes to Boca Raton

Dr. Andrew Weil True Food Kitchen comes to Boca Raton

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine  Dr. Andrew Weil is a best-selling author, columnist for Prevention and TIME magazines and frequent talk-show guest. And now, he’s also one of the names behind True Food Kitchen, [...]

ArtSage: The birth of an ambitious alliance

ArtSage: The birth of an ambitious alliance

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The timing couldn’t be better — or worse — for Dr. Bindu Mayi. With its infectious-diseases subtext and the tricky title of Mrs. A (like MRSA, the infection), her [...]