Archive for 'February 8th, 2019'

My day with Jay Leno, and the morning after

My day with Jay Leno, and the morning after

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Jay Leno was wearing me out. I’d watched him work a Saturday morning crowd of fans at the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance. I’d listened to him talk cars that [...]

Our bumper-to-bumper interview with Jay Leno, Feb. 22-24 at Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

Our bumper-to-bumper interview with Jay Leno, Feb. 22-24 at Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Well, you knooow … a celebrity interview like this would normally start with a little background on the celebrity. But — I mean, really — this is Jay Leno. [...]

Up to date? The many challenges of dating over 50 in South Florida

Up to date? The many challenges of dating over 50 in South Florida

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine I’m late for a meeting, and I’m sitting in traffic. Might as well use that time productively, I figure, so I grab my smartphone, open an app and [...]

Pour your heart out this Valentine’s Day with sparkling wine

Pour your heart out this Valentine’s Day with sparkling wine

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine While there’s never a bad time to drink bubbles, nothing adds to a Valentine’s Day celebration like a bottle of sparkling wine. Thanks to a confluence of price [...]

Chefs Anne Burrell, Angelo Elia cooking for CRAVE Fort Lauderdale

Chefs Anne Burrell, Angelo Elia cooking for CRAVE Fort Lauderdale

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine When Angelo Elia was a kid, any festival or holiday meant a feast, often spilling out into the street, with every nonna in the village making her specialty. Elia’s [...]

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

By Sean Piccoli City & Shore Magazine One of the most important songs Rod Argent ever wrote rests on a mistake. It was 1967 and Argent, a founder of the British rock band the Zombies, was [...]

‘Papa’ pairs students with those needing help

‘Papa’ pairs students with those needing help

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore Magazine A few years ago, Andrew Parker took note of some of the challenges his grandfather – whom he called Papa – began to face as dementia set in. In [...]

The Calendar for February 2019, and beyond

The Calendar for February 2019, and beyond

February  10 Andy’s 17th Annual Family Pasta Dinner, benefiting LifeNet4Families, a casual evening complete with a traditional, family-style pasta dinner. 4-7 p.m. at the Signature Grand, 6900 W. State Road 84, Davie. $50, adults; kids 12 [...]

A more youthful look through ‘face yoga’?

A more youthful look through ‘face yoga’?

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore Magazine In a Pompano Beach yoga studio, several women make faces at “face yoga” teacher Susan Forma. They’re trying to get a more youthful appearance within weeks, they say, by [...]

Startling stats on habits of American savers

Startling stats on habits of American savers

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine A recent study on American finances contains some surprising — some would even say shocking — new statistics on the habits of Americans when it comes to saving [...]