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Fish fulfillment: Aquarium dreams come true

Fish fulfillment: Aquarium dreams come true

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Think for a minute if you had an aquarium in your home. Something that’s a focal Point. A conversation-stopping piece of art. Now add something outrageous to your idea, [...]

The Calendar for April 2016, and beyond

The Calendar for April 2016, and beyond

April 5  Hiromi: The Trio Project, a performance by Japanese pianist/composer Hiromi Uehara. 7:30 p.m. at Bailey Hall at Broward College, 3501 Davie Road, Davie. Tickets start at $26. 954-201-6884, baileyhall.org/signature-series/item/hiromi 5  Spring is in the [...]

SunFest gets Alabama Shakes, Duran Duran

SunFest gets Alabama Shakes, Duran Duran

 By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine Now in its 33rd year, the West Palm Beach waterfront music festival SunFest (April 27-May 1) continues to grow in ways that make it one of the premiere music [...]

No Letting Up for Duran Duran’s Core Four

No Letting Up for Duran Duran’s Core Four

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine Amid the usual questions about enduring for 35 years and reinventing its classic New Wave sound, Duran Duran has been getting quite a bit of this too, “How the [...]

Warhol gets far more than 15 minutes of fame

Warhol gets far more than 15 minutes of fame

“Once you ‘got’ pop, you could never see a sign the same way again. And once you thought pop, you could never see America the same way again.” So said Andy Warhol, the Pop Art paragon [...]

Music, Movies, TV always on for Rick Springfield

Music, Movies, TV always on for Rick Springfield

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine  Work has long been a balm for Rick Springfield, the hit song-maker and actor whose career has spanned continents, generations and genres. In his world, prestige projects with HBO, [...]

Downtown Tower Club completes renovation

Downtown Tower Club completes renovation

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Here’s something that ought to keep the Tower Club management up at night: the exclusive Fort Lauderdale establishment has never really appealed to those who live downtown. Consider what [...]

Lola Astanova closes Miami Symphony season

Lola Astanova closes Miami Symphony season

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  “She’s like the Lady Gaga of classical music.” Hyperbole aside, that quote from a New York Daily News story on her 2012 Carnegie Hall debut makes it clear that [...]

Chef Angelo inducted into Nova Hall of Fame

Chef Angelo inducted into Nova Hall of Fame

By Rebecca Cahilly City & Shore Magazine  “This really is a dream,” Angelo Elia says. The venerable Italian chef, owner of Casa D’Angelo and Angelo Elia Pizza, Bar, Tapas, will be inducted into Nova Southeastern University’s [...]

Beach home overlooks ocean, but no details

Beach home overlooks ocean, but no details

This three-level, 9,000-square-foot oceanfront home at 480 Ocean Blvd. in Golden Beach sits on a third of an acre and has six bedrooms, seven and one-half baths and 6,000 square feet of ocean-view terraces. Designed by [...]