Archive for 'May,2019'

When a worldly travel writer travels closer to home

When a worldly travel writer travels closer to home

Editor’s note: Travel writer and editor Thomas Swick has been around the world, but his journey this issue is around our neighborhood. Come with him on a tour of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach county discoveries [...]

Where to go, what to do, when you go to Key Largo

Where to go, what to do, when you go to Key Largo

By Mark Gauert Explore Florida & the Caribbean Key Largo, once the place you passed going “all the way to Key West,’’ is becoming a destination of its own – with new resorts and reasons to [...]

Summer Concert Heat Wave on the way

Summer Concert Heat Wave on the way

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Arts Writer The Woodstock 50th Anniversary Festival may be up in the air, and the Miami Pop Festival won’t make its debut until November, but a scorching musical heatwave is [...]

Carson Kressley’s brave choices in design, life

Carson Kressley’s brave choices in design, life

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Life wasn’t easy for Carson Kressley growing up gay in rural Orefield, Pa., near Allentown. He was born in 1969, the year of the Stonewall Riots, the impetus [...]

Buy me some peanuts, Cracker Jack Coladas

Buy me some peanuts, Cracker Jack Coladas

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine  After the media scrum parted at Marlins Park, I got to talk briefly with Derek Jeter – who couldn’t have been nicer – for a story I was writing [...]

What ruined it for me: eight over-the-top luxury experiences

What ruined it for me: eight over-the-top luxury experiences

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Before we start, please take a moment to complete this fill-in-the-blank question: “I was fine with _____ until _____ ruined it for me.” There’s no right or wrong answer [...]

Restaurants where the wine pairs up with the food

Restaurants where the wine pairs up with the food

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine If you like wine, going out to a restaurant can be a challenge. Not because the food won’t be great, but because the wine list may be narrow, [...]

Rooftop revolution lifts restaurants sky high

Rooftop revolution lifts restaurants sky high

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine There was a time, not long ago, when we would take a trip to New York or Chicago and marvel at the open-air bars atop so many buildings. If [...]

Turning the Q&A tables on The CW’s Kavita Channe

Turning the Q&A tables on The CW’s Kavita Channe

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine We hereby welcome Kavita Channe to the answer end of a Q&A. The South Florida sports and entertainment personality has herself interviewed an array of celebs and sports figures [...]

Hot property: Live like royalty in Jupiter

Hot property: Live like royalty in Jupiter

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine This 17,294-square-foot mansion in Jupiter is so regal even its name — “The Venetian Palazzo” — reflects the grandeur and luxury within. Located on a two-acre lot in [...]