Archive for 'October 5th, 2018'

Grounding an education in boats and boating

Grounding an education in boats and boating

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine It sounded easy. “You’re the lookout,’’ the captain said. “You just ride in the front of the boat and look out.” “Look out for what?” I said. “Anything we [...]

A room with a crew: Five South Florida homes with enough room for a yacht

A room with a crew: Five South Florida homes with enough room for a yacht

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America” — and with good reason. The city boasts 165 miles of navigable waterways, from scenic canals to flowing rivers [...]

Wreckless abandon: Nautical fashion to seas any day

Wreckless abandon: Nautical fashion to seas any day

Photographer Pascal Ollinger Fashion Stylist Elizabeth Daniels, represented by MC2 Creative Management Makeup Artist Juliana Gonzales, represented by MC2 Creative Management Models Naomi Grace and Karl Drexel, represented by Caroline Gleason Management Striped shirt from H&M, [...]

A look back at Fort Lauderdale’s long love affair with boats and boating

A look back at Fort Lauderdale’s long love affair with boats and boating

By John Dolen  City & Shore Magazine Before there was an Intracoastal Waterway and a Port Everglades – much less a Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show – there was boating and yachting in our fair waters. [...]

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

By Mike Mayor and Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine Beach House Pompano — 270 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach, 954-607-6530, BeachHousePompano.com. It has the makings of a South Florida treasure, a place with a [...]

Norwegian Bliss winter season begins Nov. 17

Norwegian Bliss winter season begins Nov. 17

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Is it possible to get away from a crowd of 4,004 passengers and 1,716 crew aboard a 994-foot cruise ship? A cruise ship that boasts the longest (at 1,000 [...]

JM Family Enterprises Celebrates 50 Years

JM Family Enterprises Celebrates 50 Years

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine JM Family Enterprises Inc., a diversified automotive company with headquarters in Deerfield Beach, is celebrating a milestone this month: its 50th anniversary. In October 1968, automobile entrepreneur Jim [...]

What they’re drinking at the boat show

What they’re drinking at the boat show

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine The one subject as popular as the boats this month in Fort Lauderdale may be the wines: Who: Stephanie and John Herring The boat: Red Herring, a 2014 [...]

The rise of the machines: 2019 car preview

The rise of the machines: 2019 car preview

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine “We were promised jetpacks,” people like to say. Even in an era when we have all the world’s knowledge available on a device that fits in a pocket, it’s [...]

A see-worthy exhibition at the Bass museum

A see-worthy exhibition at the Bass museum

From a photograph of a donkey floating its boat in the Mediterranean Sea to polar bears covered in feathers, expect the unexpected in Paola Pivi’s new exhibit at The Bass, https://thebass.org/. Opening Oct. 13, Art With a [...]