Archive for 'July 3rd, 2019'

Remembrance of things pastis

Remembrance of things pastis

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine There’s no cure for the summertime boules. “I’m in town for a few days,’’ our old team captain, Dan, says after all these years. “Let’s get together and play [...]

Endless summer: Rosé earns year-round status

Endless summer: Rosé earns year-round status

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine While rosé’s popularity continues to soar, things are changing in the pink-wine world. Once known only as a summer drink, restaurants and wine bars across the country keep [...]

Heat wave: A summer concert forecast

Heat wave: A summer concert forecast

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The Miami Pop Festival may not make its South Beach debut until November, and we’ll have to wait ’till almost Christmas for the five nights of Madonna. In the [...]

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine This summer marks the 50th anniversary of an event of epic cultural significance. And I don’t mean Woodstock. I mean the birth of Jennifer Lopez. That’s right, JLo turns [...]

Dining: The fish house catches on again

Dining: The fish house catches on again

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Maybe the biggest trend right now in local restaurants isn’t so much about being trendy but returning to the way it used to be, back to the days a [...]

Movie posters get top billing at Norton

Movie posters get top billing at Norton

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Trailers may get all the attention these days, but the movie poster remains a film’s definitive still-life, its at-a-glance close-up — an art form unto itself. And this month, [...]

Sounding out DJ and radio personality Frankie P

Sounding out DJ and radio personality Frankie P

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine If you’ve hit the scan button on your radio anytime recently, there’s a pretty good chance it stopped on the voice of Frankie P. Hitting the airwaves fresh out [...]

South Beach style arrives in North Beach

South Beach style arrives in North Beach

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Jared Galbut had a pretty simple payment structure in his first unofficial job. His dad would drag him regularly to the hotel they owned on South Beach. Dad would [...]

Orlando luxury real-estate market thriving

Orlando luxury real-estate market thriving

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine When you think of Orlando, what comes to mind? Theme parks, traffic, time-share resorts, seedy hotels? While it’s true Orlando is all of those things, that’s not the [...]

Chinese artists on view in Coral Springs

Chinese artists on view in Coral Springs

Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine There may be a trade war with China brewing, but Coral Springs Museum of Art has other, more harmonious ideas in mind this summer: a trio of simultaneous exhibits by [...]