Archive for 'March,2021'

20 answers to 20 anniversary questions

20 answers to 20 anniversary questions

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I know you’re eager to meet the six trailblazing women profiled, among many other features, in the March issue. But, before I send you on, a bit of housekeeping [...]

Getting down, giving back with Black Violin

Getting down, giving back with Black Violin

By Greg Carannante  City & Shore Magazine It was just over 25 years ago that the funky finger of fate poked Black Violin’s Wil B in the chest. He was known as Wilner Baptiste back then, [...]

Exploring the black and white world of Florida at Clyde Butcher Gallery

Exploring the black and white world of Florida at Clyde Butcher Gallery

By Artis Henderson City & Shore Magazine The Clyde Butcher Gallery in Big Cypress National Preserve has an Ochopee address, though from the looks of it the gallery is the only human-made structure for miles. Set [...]

Not the typical arts season – but something

Not the typical arts season – but something

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine I know. I know. It’s hard to believe it’s now been at least a year since most of us have inhabited that most entertaining of spaces: a seat in [...]

Study ranks Florida tops for retirement

Study ranks Florida tops for retirement

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME If you’ve noticed that houses in your community are selling like crazy lately, blame it on the Northeasterners and residents of high-tax states who are flocking to Florida. [...]

How to build wealth after age 50

How to build wealth after age 50

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME You’ve just turned 50. Now’s the time to kick back, start planning for retirement and monitor the performance of your portfolio – no need to invest further, right? [...]

Swimming for fitness, and community

Swimming for fitness, and community

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME South Florida has an abundance of opportunities for swimming, from the Atlantic Ocean to backyard pools, municipal complexes and fitness facilities. “Swimming is great because it is a full-body [...]

Hot property: Sinai Residences

Hot property: Sinai Residences

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Construction is underway on a new building at Toby & Leon Cooperman Sinai Residences Boca Raton, an expansion of the 4.5-acre LifeCare Plan Community on the campus of [...]

Tech tools help older adults age in place

Tech tools help older adults age in place

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME In April 2020, 64-year-old David Ratcliff fell and couldn’t get up. After his sister, Susan Daigle, couldn’t reach him, she drove to his home and found him on [...]

Something special about Burgundy wine

Something special about Burgundy wine

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine Mention the word Burgundy and you will have my full, immediate attention. Don’t get me wrong, there are terrific wines from regions all over the world – there’s [...]