Archive for 'January 14th, 2022'

To the best of times, live and in person

To the best of times, live and in person

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I’m trying to enjoy the show, about the good people of a small town in Newfoundland who sheltered thousands of airline passengers stranded after the Sept. 11 attacks. I [...]

22 Great things to do outdoors right now

22 Great things to do outdoors right now

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  We get a bad rap, we Floridians. Our poor, put-upon populace is a national punching bag — the punchline to a head-shaking joke that often starts out, “Did you [...]

On a road less traveled with Harry Connick Jr.

On a road less traveled with Harry Connick Jr.

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Harry Connick Jr. is that rare entertainer who’s been able to sustain a marriage to music for over 45 years, keep a Hollywood mistress for more than 30 of [...]

Five Home Gyms that Make it Easy to Get Healthy

Five Home Gyms that Make it Easy to Get Healthy

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The holidays have past, and so has Jan. 1 – and those ubiquitous New Year’s Resolutions. Did you resolve to get in shape and improve your health (again) [...]

Critics picks of the upcoming season of the arts

Critics picks of the upcoming season of the arts

By Greg Carannante (GC), Ben Crandell (BC), Rod Stafford Hagwood (RSH) and Phillip Valys (PV) Editor’s note: Please confirm events and COVID protocols prior to attending.  LIVE STAGE   “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times [...]

Three Florida arts experiences worth a drive

Three Florida arts experiences worth a drive

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Picasso in St. Pete. Shakespeare in Orlando. Megan Thee Stallion in Okeechobee. Three appealing arts experiences that involve a bit of a drive. Call it, if you will, a [...]

Fort Lauderdale Home Show returns Feb. 4-6

Fort Lauderdale Home Show returns Feb. 4-6

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine With the South Florida housing market continuing to boom as Broward County prices approach an annual spike of 20 percent, investing in your home is like playing with smart [...]

Onda brings new ‘wave’ to Bay Harbor Islands

Onda brings new ‘wave’ to Bay Harbor Islands

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Veteran Miami developers Ugo Colombo, of CMC Group, and Valerio Morabito, of Morabito Properties, have broken ground on Onda Residences, a new boutique luxury condominium in Bay Harbor [...]

NSU Museum celebrates Margarita Cano

NSU Museum celebrates Margarita Cano

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Nostalgia for her lost homeland of Cuba enshrouds the work of Margarita Cano in sacred visions of life and loss. Now in her 90th year, the self-taught, Miami-based artist [...]

To buy or not buy home now in South Florida

To buy or not buy home now in South Florida

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine If you’re a homeowner in South Florida, you’ve probably been bombarded with solicitations from local real estate agents anxious to list your home. We have buyers waiting who [...]