Archive for 'January 11th, 2019'

Whose life is it anyway on Facebook?

Whose life is it anyway on Facebook?

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Facebook and I parted company recently on the “Your Year on Facebook” project, citing “creative” and “philosophical” differences. I know, I know. Nobody Likes it. I thought you should [...]

Cher on Twitter, the songs of ABBA and how touring is ‘a kind of ministry’

Cher on Twitter, the songs of ABBA and how touring is ‘a kind of ministry’

By Mikael Wood Los Angeles Times Last time it was an old-school limousine. This time, a chauffeured Suburban. In both instances the message was clear: Yes, Cher would sit for an interview — but only while moving [...]

The Season: 19 great reasons to be here now

The Season: 19 great reasons to be here now

By Lori Capullo City & Shore Magazine Golf So it’s winter and we’re not exactly dreaming of floating down a ski slope any time soon here — or, more accurately, we are dreaming of it, because [...]

Breaking down barriers with actress Marlee Matlin

Breaking down barriers with actress Marlee Matlin

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine “Name an actress who is deaf.” If it were a Hollywood trivia question, it’d be a no-brainer — Marlee Matlin, of course. And for the actress who bemoans Hollywood’s [...]

Don’t judge this Book Shop by its cover

Don’t judge this Book Shop by its cover

By Thomas Swick City & Shore Magazine One of the most remarkable sights in South Florida is contained in a strip mall in Dania Beach. You head west on Griffin Road and, just past The Field, [...]

Separating Florida history, myth in Boca Raton

Separating Florida history, myth in Boca Raton

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Boca Raton Museum of Art holds a fractured mirror up to this crazy place we call home with Imagining Florida: History and Myth in the Sunshine State. Through March [...]

Finding sanctuary, and wisdom, in the bath

Finding sanctuary, and wisdom, in the bath

By Doreen Christensen   City & Shore Magazine I do my best thinking in the bathtub. There is virtually no personal problem I can’t solve once I slip into a hot bath. As I ponder the day [...]

New procedure promises to correct snoring

New procedure promises to correct snoring

By Jana Soeldner Danger City & Shore Magazine Snoring can be annoying for a person’s sleep partner. But loud snoring can also be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, a potentially serious health problem. Now a [...]

The long way from Japan to Miami City Ballet

The long way from Japan to Miami City Ballet

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Satoki Habuchi was maybe 7 years old when a friend started taking ballet lessons. They were taught in the common area of his family’s condominium in Osaka, Japan. Habuchi [...]

Wine competition offers consumers a taste

Wine competition offers consumers a taste

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine Some people wait until December to open gifts. I hold out for January. Why? Helping judge all the wines at the American Fine Wine Competition (AFWC) in North [...]