Archive for 'In The City'

Ten films to watch when it’s too hot outside

Ten films to watch when it’s too hot outside

By John Dolen City & Shore Magazine 1. Fargo Lucky you if for some reason you missed either the movie in its original release or the later FX Network’s series. No one does sinister and entertaining [...]

Delray photographer ‘painting with the light’

Delray photographer ‘painting with the light’

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub Thierry Dehove creates photographic images that inspire, influence and often ignite emotion. For exteriors, he developed a new technique of multiple exposures to appear as if he were painting with the light. [...]

Silverspot Cinema offers movies, much more

Silverspot Cinema offers movies, much more

By Rebecca Cahilly For many of us, keeping up with the latest and greatest films is an afterthought, an “Oh, I’ll wait until next year’s Oscars and then download the winners” mantra. A night at the [...]

Asking the unknowable, ‘When are you at your sexiest?’

Asking the unknowable, ‘When are you at your sexiest?’

An online bonus here from contributing writer Eric Barton, about his interview with Matthew McConaughey for the June issue of City & Shore: By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine “Right before it was our time to [...]

15 ideas for great Father’s Day gift giving

15 ideas for great Father’s Day gift giving

By Andrea Richard 1. Playcation Send dad on a weekend “playcation” where he can relax along the Atlantic and play golf and tennis at his leisure. This summer, The Breakers Palm Beach offers guests unlimited golf [...]

Susan Kelleher is an exotic veterinarian — and she plays one on TV, too

Susan Kelleher is an exotic veterinarian — and she plays one on TV, too

Deerfield Beach veterinarian Dr. Susan Kelleher has been bitten by birds, possums, skunks, rabbits, lizards … the list goes on. Actually, it might be simpler to name the animals she hasn’t been bitten by. “I’ve needed [...]

Picasso ceramics get turn at  NSU Art Museum

Picasso ceramics get turn at NSU Art Museum

Pablo Picasso declared, “I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” This helps explain why the artist, best known for his paintings, began working in [...]

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin speaks at Broward Center

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin speaks at Broward Center

By Dave Wieczorek When slipping into the past she loves so much, renowned historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is fond of quoting lines from Emily Dickinson: There is no Frigate like a Book / to take us [...]

Discerning eye turns buying art into art form

Discerning eye turns buying art into art form

By Eric Barton Patricia Hanna wandered her way through Mexico City’s massive Zona Maco art fair in early February having no idea what she might find. She had in her pocket a figurative blank check. She [...]

Architect defends bold vision for Boca Raton

Architect defends bold vision for Boca Raton

By Eric Barton Daniel Libeskind is wearing all black. (Except for his cowboy boots, patterned cow skin faded into a fashionable tan patina). His legs are crossed, and he’s sipping a Coke in the lobby of [...]