Archive for 'March,2020'

The seat of luxury in a time of coronavirus

The seat of luxury in a time of coronavirus

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I’d like to say that it was my idea to install a bidet in our home. I’d like to say I foresaw a time people would stand in line [...]

Restaurants open for delivery, takeout during coronoavirus shutdown

Restaurants open for delivery, takeout during coronoavirus shutdown

Our directory of Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade eateries offering takeout and delivery is now searchable. All food-delivery apps are waiving delivery fees until further notice. Keep checking back, as this list is updating frequently. Listings [...]

Looking for answers in the faces of forebears

Looking for answers in the faces of forebears

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine These are some of my people – uncles, aunts, grandparents, great grandparents – and my dad, down in front on the left. The photo was shot in Kansas City, [...]

Our life in pictures, and the ones left behind

Our life in pictures, and the ones left behind

By Mark Gauert City & Shore PRIME The book sat on my grandfather’s shelf, then at the bottom of a closet in my parents’ house, then, finally, in a Hefty bag in my garage. I was [...]

The real life lessons of Tina Fey

The real life lessons of Tina Fey

By Chris Jones Above the door of the Second City training center resides wisdom from a noted alumna named Tina Fey. “There are no mistakes,” the stenciled quotation reads, “only possibilities.” For Fey, whose formidable career [...]

Sip and tell: A wine judge spills all

Sip and tell: A wine judge spills all

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine Hear me out. Being a wine judge may sound like a glamorous and cushy job, but it can be hard work. (No, really!) I know because I was [...]

An ‘affordable’ community puts out to sea

An ‘affordable’ community puts out to sea

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Imagine owning your own private residence – at sea. Traveling the world, exploring exotic ports, learning about new cultures and maybe even working from your cabin from time [...]

The Wiki World of Jimmy Wales

The Wiki World of Jimmy Wales

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You might not know who Jimmy Wales is, but there’s a good chance he’s won or lost a bet for you. Or told you everything you ever wanted to [...]

For triathlete, a run, swim, ride just a start

For triathlete, a run, swim, ride just a start

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME For many people over 50, it’s enough to take up cycling, running or swimming as individual endeavors. Triathletes do all three. Oakland Park resident Mimi Reeves Helbein, 53, is [...]

Five last-minute tax strategies to consider

Five last-minute tax strategies to consider

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine April 15 is almost here, and that means the time for procrastinating is almost over. It’s time to crank out that return (or visit your accountant) and face [...]