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Learning answers from student questions

Learning answers from student questions

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine “Why’s the sky blue, daddy?” The question may be best-known as a cliche for youthful curiosity, but it gets to the heart of the child-like thirst for knowledge that’s [...]

Meet Winterfest Grand Marshals Big & Rich

Meet Winterfest Grand Marshals Big & Rich

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine A constellation of 20,000 cellphones illuminated the Las Vegas night. It was one of those special concert moments that stick with you like a sweet melody. As is their [...]

Landlords have big plans for Las Olas

Landlords have big plans for Las Olas

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The next time you stroll down Las Olas Boulevard, it might look and feel a lot different. Las Olas, the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale, is as much [...]

Do resolutions made in December last longer?

Do resolutions made in December last longer?

By Jana Soeldner Danger City & Shore Magazine The holidays can bring joy, but for many people they also bring stress. Gatherings with relatives who may not be people you’d socialize with otherwise, parties with co-workers, [...]

Palm Beach plaza get a respectful makeover

Palm Beach plaza get a respectful makeover

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine The Royal Poinciana Plaza has been a go-to destination since it opened in the late 1950s. Ginger Rogers and Bing Crosby attended the opening in 1957. The shopping [...]

How to protect against Equifax breach

How to protect against Equifax breach

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Have you been the victim of identity theft? You might not even know it yet. On Sept. 7, Equifax, one of the three credit-reporting agencies, disclosed a “cyber-security [...]

Financial pitfalls to avoid retiring abroad

Financial pitfalls to avoid retiring abroad

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Have you fantasized about retiring to a tropical island and spending your days sipping piña coladas as you watch the tide roll in? It’s tempting to retire abroad [...]

The Strut fights breast cancer its own way

The Strut fights breast cancer its own way

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine It’s October. And, along with snowbirds and pumpkin-spice latte, October brings a full schedule of cocktail parties, runs, walks and other festive events to raise money to fight [...]

Seven cars worth the wait, and a test drive

Seven cars worth the wait, and a test drive

Jaquar E-Pace The Takeaway: The new vehicle, to retail at an estimated $38,600, will be sold in two different 2.0-liter turbocharged versions, with engine options producing up to 296 horsepower, the company says. The fastest models [...]

Project gives students taste of water crisis

Project gives students taste of water crisis

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine For students at St. Andrew’s School, a recent hands-on assignment on one of the world’s most precious resources proved to be a lesson that, literally, holds water. As part [...]