Archive for 'In The City'

Jazz queen Diana Krall turns up the quiet

Jazz queen Diana Krall turns up the quiet

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The other day I happened upon an old Diana Krall CD I hadn’t listened to in years. It wasn’t one of her 10 albums that peaked on Billboard’s jazz [...]

From Boca to Broadway with Rachel Bay Jones

From Boca to Broadway with Rachel Bay Jones

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The road from Boca to Broadway stardom wasn’t exactly a straight shot for Rachel Bay Jones — there was that 20-year detour — but it certainly seems like it [...]

Miami City Ballet makes singers of dancers

Miami City Ballet makes singers of dancers

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine I like to be in America! / OK by me in America! / Ev’rything free in America / For a small fee in America!  With Puerto Rico languishing in [...]

World’s richest race returns to Gulfstream

World’s richest race returns to Gulfstream

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Theworld’s richest thoroughbred horse race is about to get even richer. On Jan. 27, the Pegasus World Cup Invitational will return to Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, but [...]

New Year’s resolutions finance experts make

New Year’s resolutions finance experts make

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The New Year is near, and with it comes (yet) another opportunity to resolve to do better. To lose weight. To exercise more. While those resolutions can benefit [...]

Billy Joel is spending New Year’s Eve with us

Billy Joel is spending New Year’s Eve with us

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You know, if you type “Billy Joel’s house” into Google maps, you get Madison Square Garden. — Billy Joel in The New Yorker We’ve never seen anything like him, [...]

John Mayer brings new life to Dead & Company

John Mayer brings new life to Dead & Company

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine EDITOR’S NOTE: Dead & Company’s planned Dec. 8 concert at the BB&T Center has been postponed until Feb. 26 to give John Mayer time to recover from an emergency appendectomy [...]

Norton Museum exhibition fits into dollhouse

Norton Museum exhibition fits into dollhouse

The Norton Museum of Art cozies up to the holiday spirit with an exhibition fit for a dollhouse — literally. The public premiere of Miss Lucy’s 3 Day Dollhouse Party, Dec. 14-Feb. 4 at the museum [...]

Words with Mad Cat actor director Paul Tei

Words with Mad Cat actor director Paul Tei

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine “I’m a walking contradiction, man, that’s what I am,” Paul Tei says. There’s one thing, though, the actor and director is definitely not conflicted about: edgy, avant-garde theater, the [...]

Shopping al fresco: A gift to ourselves

Shopping al fresco: A gift to ourselves

By Doreen Christensen The holidays are not just a time or a season. They’re also a state of mind. Why shut yourself up inside a cavernous mall or parked behind a computer making online purchases at [...]