Archive for 'In The City'

Dania Pointe aims to be a destination for all

Dania Pointe aims to be a destination for all

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine If you’ve lived in South Florida long enough, no doubt you remember that rickety wooden rollercoaster just east of Interstate 95 in Dania Beach. Halfway to Miami. Nearly to [...]

What it’s like to adopt a child or two – or four

What it’s like to adopt a child or two – or four

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine For anyone who’s ever wondered what it would be like to adopt a child, 40-year-old Chris and 35-year-old Nicole Rodriguez have more than a few stories to tell. The [...]

Six ways to save for a rainy day (literally)

Six ways to save for a rainy day (literally)

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine It’s officially hurricane season, and researchers from Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project are predicting a slightly above-average season, with 14 named storms expected this year.  That means [...]

Mom’s the word: A mother’s day gift guide

Mom’s the word: A mother’s day gift guide

  By Patti Roth Even if she prefers nothing more than spending time with you, we’re reserving the right to overrule Mom this Mother’s Day and do something indulgent – maybe even extravagant – for her. [...]

Are safe deposit boxes best for valuables?

Are safe deposit boxes best for valuables?

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine A safe-deposit box is a convenient, safe and affordable way to store valuables such as jewelry, collectibles, stocks and bonds. But it’s not the correct choice for every [...]

Lotto winnings fund an ambitious spirit

Lotto winnings fund an ambitious spirit

By Eric Barton Photography by Candace West City & Shore Magazine It’s a question every one of us has pondered after a rough day or when scratching off a lotto ticket or maybe just all the [...]

Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Marilu Henner is best known for playing a part-time cabbie on Taxi, but she has a vibrant 45-year stage, screen and writing career as well. Apart from two [...]

Dan Rather looking ahead, optimistically

Dan Rather looking ahead, optimistically

By Rosemary O’Hara Dan Rather is 86, but as spirited as that day in 1976 when he swept into The Alligator offices at the University of Florida for a brief visit. He was at the top [...]

Schools rally in support of peers in Parkland

Schools rally in support of peers in Parkland

By Patti Roth CIty & Shore Magazine In Boca Raton, a fifth-grader started a donation drive for backpacks and school supplies. A 16-year-old performer recruited friends and put on a show that raised about $5,000. And [...]

Going the distance with Laila Ali

Going the distance with Laila Ali

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Laila Ali still dazzles you with the fire of a fighter. It’s been just over 10 years since she hung up her gloves, but you can still hear it [...]