Archive for 'Departments'

You’ve got to write a letter to get a letter

You’ve got to write a letter to get a letter

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Most of my mail does not look like the mail you see on this page. Most of my mail begins something like this: “Dear YY” (Public relations firm, forgot [...]

A few questions for artist Guy Harvey

A few questions for artist Guy Harvey

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You’ve seen his dynamic marine wildlife designs on T-shirts and license plates or on huge murals at the airport, Nova Southeastern University and the hull of the Norwegian Escape. [...]

Miami City Ballet season begins with Giselle

Miami City Ballet season begins with Giselle

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine It may not be what The Nutcracker is to Christmas, but it’s almost spooky how perfect Miami City Ballet’s Giselle is for Halloween. No, there won’t be any pumpkins [...]

Jaguar’s new F-Pace sets fast pace for SUVs

Jaguar’s new F-Pace sets fast pace for SUVs

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine There we were, heading west on Sunrise, trying to make a right on Federal, in a turn lane backed up to eternity with Friday after-work traffic. We were just [...]

The Strut turns 10 Oct. 15 in Fort Lauderdale

The Strut turns 10 Oct. 15 in Fort Lauderdale

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine A sea of pink will flood downtown Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 15, as women, men, kids and dogs converge on Himmarshee Street for the 10th annual Strut, a [...]

Hot Property: Kolter Group’s Moderne Boca

Hot Property: Kolter Group’s Moderne Boca

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The first residents will soon be moving in at Moderne Boca, a 75-unit townhouse development at 4202 N. Military Trail in Boca Raton. Under development by West Palm [...]

Florida residency makes financial, tax sense

Florida residency makes financial, tax sense

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Zika. Brain-eating amoebae. Hurricanes, tropical storms, gator attacks. Yup, Florida has been getting a lot of bad press lately. And, with season just starting, the tourism industry is [...]

The Quarterdeck welcomes a third decade

The Quarterdeck welcomes a third decade

By Rebecca Cahilly City & Shore Magazine More than a quarter century on, The Quarterdeck is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month. The original location of the venerable restaurant on Cordova Road in Fort Lauderdale was [...]

Exploring a world of otherworldly wines

Exploring a world of otherworldly wines

By Bob Hosmon City & Shore Magazine If your list begins and ends with wines from California – with maybe a red or white thrown in from Italy or France – it’s time for a new [...]

How to dress when the invitation’s aboard

How to dress when the invitation’s aboard

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore Magazine You’ve been invited aboard. It’s a big deal, really. How often do you go out on an 187-foot yacht? But when you pull open your special yachting drawer [...]