Archive for 'In The City'

Renters fuel a luxury apartment boom

Renters fuel a luxury apartment boom

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Italian cabinets. Quartz countertops. Bosch appliances. Amazing views. If you think these features describe a luxury South Florida condominium, think again. You’ll find them — and more — [...]

A superhero dream takes flight in Davie

A superhero dream takes flight in Davie

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore Magazine  An unsettling thought occurred to me when I saw a kid’s shoe fly off – up, up, up, UP – and just stay there. Sure, I weigh more [...]

Beating breast cancer with heels, attitude

Beating breast cancer with heels, attitude

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME It was 2003 and Madonna was causing a commotion by kissing Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears on the MTV Music Awards. On the last day of the year, Tammy [...]

The Piano Lady of Café de Paris plays on

The Piano Lady of Café de Paris plays on

By Johnny Diaz City & Shore PRIME If you’ve ever dined at the former Café de Paris on Las Olas Boulevard, chances are you’ve heard Patrician Zanghi play. For almost 30 years, she performed standards, classics [...]

Good reasons to go east, west this summer

Good reasons to go east, west this summer

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Entertainment Writer These two halls — one long-established, the other relatively new — are great places to see a show this summer. But they’re about a lot more than that. [...]

‘Vive la France’ photos at Norton Museum

‘Vive la France’ photos at Norton Museum

  It’s Vive la France at the museum in West Palm Beach with images from its new French Connections: Photography exhibit through Aug. 13 — like this 1952 Busy Paris Street by Erika Stone — and [...]

Six tips for getting out of credit card debt

Six tips for getting out of credit card debt

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine What’s in your wallet? Probably a lot of credit cards. U.S. consumers racked up $89.2 billion in credit-card debt in 2016, pushing outstanding balances to $978.9 billion. That’s [...]

Class project puts trees’ fate to a vote

Class project puts trees’ fate to a vote

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You wouldn’t expect the fate of a couple of trees to make environmental activists of fifth-graders. But that’s what happened recently in Hollywood when a principal proposed removing or [...]

Remembering The Beatles first Miami visit

Remembering The Beatles first Miami visit

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Summer of ’64, 3 a.m. — way past my high-school curfew — and I’m standing on a highway with my thumb out and a green duffel bag stuffed with [...]

Baywatch casts South Florida as backdrop

Baywatch casts South Florida as backdrop

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore Magazine Featuring biceps, buns and barely-there swimwear, Baywatch is a bonanza of sun-bronzed bods having fun. The action-comedy, based on TV’s long-running series, helped open the summer-movie season last [...]