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The calendar for February, and beyond

The calendar for February, and beyond

February  10  Young At Art Museum’s 19th Annual Women of Vision Society Luncheon, celebrating those who make a difference in the community. 11 a.m. at the Museum, 751 SW 121st Ave., Davie. Open to individuals who [...]

Wines to sample, way off the beaten paths

Wines to sample, way off the beaten paths

By Bob Hosmon City & Shore Magazine We’re well into a new year, but still resolved to celebrate by sampling some wines you may have never had or had so long ago you’ve forgotten how good [...]

A Peerless childhood memory, fully restored

A Peerless childhood memory, fully restored

By Eric Barton When Dan Johnson was a kid, he would always hear stories about his great-uncle’s car. It was a Peerless, a little-known brand that was once the Rolls-Royce of America. It sat seven, and [...]

Grit, gratitude keep Ben Vereen on his toes

Grit, gratitude keep Ben Vereen on his toes

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine Ben Vereen, the sublime song-and-dance man and award-winning actor, doesn’t kick quite as high as he once did, but he still hits the high notes. As passionate about entertaining [...]

Boca Concours founders celebrate 10th year

Boca Concours founders celebrate 10th year

By Elizabeth Rahe City & Shore Magazine Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance co-founder Rick Case says he’s looking forward to this year’s celebration of vehicular obsession, Feb. 19-21, once again benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of [...]

2016 finalists for non-profit ‘Academy Awards’

2016 finalists for non-profit ‘Academy Awards’

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine It’s awards season. But while actors, directors and others in the film industry receive broad recognition for their achievements, those who volunteer or serve in leadership positions for [...]

‘Rock star’ Roman mosaic coming to FIU Miami

‘Rock star’ Roman mosaic coming to FIU Miami

By Mark Gauert An old rock star – real rock, and really old – is coming to the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU in Miami. The Lod Mosaic, a 3rd-century CE mosaic from the Eastern [...]

Coming this weekend in City & Shore Magazine

Coming this weekend in City & Shore Magazine

  Forgive Jay Leno if he’s not up to speed on this weekend’s Super Bowl. Supercars, now that’s another story. “I had a bunch of car guys in my garage one day, and we were talking. [...]

A class assignment, straight from the art

A class assignment, straight from the art

By Eric Barton The assignment was pretty simple: draw something that’s important to you, something you’d want to celebrate. Considering the artists were kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County, you might figure [...]

From the foulest weather, ‘The Finest Hours’

From the foulest weather, ‘The Finest Hours’

By Mark Gauert We know all the Navy’s stories. Admiral Farragut damning the torpedoes. The Bonhomme Richard broadsiding the Serapis. The Pacific Fleet giving Godzilla heck at the Golden Gate Bridge. So many of the Navy’s [...]