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Help, and normalcy, may be closer than we know

Help, and normalcy, may be closer than we know

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine We’d forgotten how a breakfast buffet works. “There doesn’t seem to be anybody here to serve us,” the woman on the other side of the buffet whispered. “Do you [...]

Cool, cool summer cocktail recipes

Cool, cool summer cocktail recipes

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine As the days grow longer (and hotter), our thoughts turn to lighter, fresher cocktails. Some of South Florida’s best mixologists are here to share their thoughts on libations [...]

Cost vs. value: Remodeling projects that pay off

Cost vs. value: Remodeling projects that pay off

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Are you planning to sell your home? If you’re thinking about sprucing it up first by doing renovations, such as updating a bathroom, replacing carpet or repainting the [...]

‘Three Masters of Print’ at Norton Museum

‘Three Masters of Print’ at Norton Museum

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  Print is definitely not dead in an exhibition at the Norton Museum of Art. “Dürer, Rembrandt and Picasso: Three Masters of the Print” spotlights the other side of artists [...]

Kick off summer with Grand Tour Florida

Kick off summer with Grand Tour Florida

By Peg San Felippo  City & Shore Magazine If you’re up for a new wine adventure, here’s one you won’t want to miss, Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour Florida. The evening of incredible wines from 220 wineries from [...]

Jeff Friday answers all of our questions

Jeff Friday answers all of our questions

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  It was 25 years ago that advertising exec Jeff Friday left his first Sundance Film Festival dismayed by the dearth of Black people and Black content he saw there. [...]

The Calendar for June 2022, and beyond

The Calendar for June 2022, and beyond

June 12  Margaritaville Summerfest on Hollywood Beach, featuring live bands and DJs, family activities, food and drink sales, a FlowRider exhibition and competition, a Margarita-making demonstration and much more. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the [...]

What to know before seeking Caribbean residency, citizenship

What to know before seeking Caribbean residency, citizenship

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Wayne Simpson loves the two-bedroom, two-bath custom home he built as a surprise for his wife, Diane. The contemporary home has a den, a large great room, a [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]