Archive for 'April,2022'

Learning the value of a small coin, traveling in a time of COVID

Learning the value of a small coin, traveling in a time of COVID

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Someday we may look back on the troubles we had traveling in a time of COVID, and smile. But not today. “I’m sorry,” the counter agent at Lynden Pindling [...]

Ready, set, ‘Explore Florida & the Caribbean’

Ready, set, ‘Explore Florida & the Caribbean’

From Miami to St. Petersburg, from Aruba to the Bahamas, Florida and the islands of the Caribbean have a destination for every interest – and we’ll help you find it in the new issue of Explore Florida [...]

Cabin fever dreams – the editor’s letter

Cabin fever dreams – the editor’s letter

By Mark Gauert City & Shore HOME Issue I don’t know if cabin fever is a real thing. I know people talked like it was when I was a teenager on summer vacations at my grandparents’ cabin [...]

The Latest Trends in Kitchen Design

The Latest Trends in Kitchen Design

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore HOME Issue Are you planning a kitchen remodel? If so, you’re not alone. According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), spending for kitchen construction and remodeling in 2022 [...]

The HOME Issue: tips, trends and innovative ideas for your home

The HOME Issue: tips, trends and innovative ideas for your home

By Patti Roth City & Shore HOME Issue Whether you’re redecorating an entire home or simply adding artwork to the family room, elevating your décor is delightful. Decorator Show House events and home design expos – [...]

The latest trends in kitchen appliances

The latest trends in kitchen appliances

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore HOME issue What’s in your kitchen? The National Association of Home Builders recently looked into the preferences of today’s new-home buyers. It found that with respect to kitchens, the top [...]

In class, ‘The results speak for themselves’

In class, ‘The results speak for themselves’

Editor’s note: This is the next in a series of interviews with local educators — answers to essay questions, if you will — describing their personal experience as teachers in an unprecedented era. By Greg Carannante [...]

The calendar for May 2022

The calendar for May 2022

May 15  50 Shades of Pink, featuring rosé and other wine pours from the local Rosé and American Fine Wine competitions, food, music, wine auction for local charity, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Fort Lauderdale Woman’s Club, 20 S. Andrews Ave., [...]

Last-minute 2022 tax saving strategies

Last-minute 2022 tax saving strategies

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The April tax deadline will soon be upon us, but there’s still time for savvy taxpayers to take action to reduce their 2021 tax bill. “You may think [...]

Inspirations, intersections at NSU Art

Inspirations, intersections at NSU Art

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine “Alechinsky totally blew me away. From that point on, it changed everything for me.” So said Keith Haring about a Pierre Alechinsky retrospective he viewed when only 19 years [...]