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This weekend, a special issue of City & Shore

This weekend, a special issue of City & Shore

Where to eat, where to travel and can you really get away with that outfit at your age? The inaugural edition of PRIME  – a special issue of City & Shore Magazine – is coming your [...]

A ‘Power for Good’ draws an Excalibur

A ‘Power for Good’ draws an Excalibur

Editor’s note: Bill Feinberg, chief executive of Allied Kitchen & Bath in Fort Lauderdale, was among four South Florida business leaders honored Thursday night as winners of the Sun Sentinel Co.’s 2013 Excalibur awards (full story, [...]

Tortuga Music Fest ticket winners announced

Tortuga Music Fest ticket winners announced

Congratulations to Kasia Lorenz-Kruk, of Fort Lauderdale; and Marianne, of Coral Springs, winners each of two tickets to the Tortuga Music Festival. Thank you all for reading – keep watching for more opportunities to win tickets [...]

The winters of our contentment

The winters of our contentment

  Editor’s note: We’re turning this space over to an actual snowbird this issue – contributing writer Dave Wieczorek, a former South Floridian who now lives in Chicago. It’s been a long, hard winter for him, [...]

Upcoming readings at Books & Books

Upcoming readings at Books & Books

Would South Florida even have a literary scene without Books & Books, which opened in 1982 in Coral Gables and has expanded to include locations in Miami Beach, Bal Harbour, Westhampton Beach, N.Y., and Grand Cayman? [...]

A Q&A with ‘Star of Design’ Alene Workman

A Q&A with ‘Star of Design’ Alene Workman

Alene Workman always was attracted to art and design. She drew as a child and designed clothing in her teens. After studying art in college she got a job with Bloomingdale’s management training program in New [...]

A Q&A with jewelry designer Marco Bicego

A Q&A with jewelry designer Marco Bicego

  We caught up recently with noted Italian jewelry designer Marco Bicego, in town for an appearance at Weston Jewelers, and talked about his unique, textured 18-kt. gold designs, what women are looking for in jewelry [...]

School’s IN for Summer school, campers

School’s IN for Summer school, campers

  When class is dismissed, many South Florida private schools open to campers seeking academic enrichment, sports training, arts opportunities, outdoor adventures and loads of fun. Check out a few of the schools offering summer programs:  [...]

As close to owning a van Gogh as you can go

As close to owning a van Gogh as you can go

You know art. OK, so you’re not a critic or a six-figure collector, but you know a heck of a lot more than those dilettantes who toss off “I know what I like” as if it [...]

Madisons brings taste of New York to Florida

Madisons brings taste of New York to Florida

They may not hail from New York, but the folks behind the new Madisons New York Grill & Bar know a thing or two about “timeless elegance and contemporary flavor.” It was those aspects of New [...]