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When to ask if a medical test is necessary

When to ask if a medical test is necessary

By Jana Soeldner Danger Is your doctor ordering too many tests and administering more treatments than necessary? At best, over-testing and treating can waste a patient’s time and money. At worst, it can cause actual harm. [...]

First of Metropica’s towers to rise in Sunrise

First of Metropica’s towers to rise in Sunrise

The Trillist Cos., Inc. has partnered with YOO Studio to design and brand Yoo at Metropica, the first of eight residential condominium towers at the 65-acre, mixed-use development in Sunrise that will ultimately include 2,250 residential [...]

Hilton luxe condo/hotel project to hit beach

Hilton luxe condo/hotel project to hit beach

Fort Lauderdale-based Orchestra Hotels + Resorts has launched Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Residences, a 24-story condominium and hotel at 551 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. that will be the first resort-style Conrad hotel in the United [...]

The Norton muses the influences on Picasso

The Norton muses the influences on Picasso

For the ancient Greeks, the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus – known as the muses – provided inspiration to humankind. Pablo Picasso’s muses often were more down to earth, and included a number of girlfriends [...]

‘Unstoppable’ Anthony Robles to speak Jan. 21

‘Unstoppable’ Anthony Robles to speak Jan. 21

The 2015 Broward College Speaker Series, co-sponsored by City & Shore Magazine, kicks off 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 21 with NCAA championship wrestler, motivational speaker and author Anthony Robles. Robles, who was born without a right [...]

Writer, filmmaker finds ‘Peace in Blue’ waters

Writer, filmmaker finds ‘Peace in Blue’ waters

By Dave Wieczorek Bill Belleville first became aware of water’s magical allure as a boy growing up among the rural acres of Maryland’s Eastern Shore – the Atlantic washing up one side, the Chesapeake Bay nuzzling [...]

The January and February calendars

The January and February calendars

January 8  The Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County’s Winter Wonderland Dance, featuring dinner, dancing and an awards presentation. Proceeds benefit the Center’s Pat Reeves Village Emergency Shelter for homeless families with children. 7 [...]

From the Archives: For Better or Worse

From the Archives: For Better or Worse

  Editor’s note: This first-person essay by Steve Friess on his wedding with Jim Richter first appeared as a cover story in the Sun Sentinel’s Sunday magazine, Sunshine, in June 2000. It generated considerable response from [...]

Lead Cook at Fort Lauderdale’s 3030 Ocean wins Season 13 of FOX TV’s ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

Lead Cook at Fort Lauderdale’s 3030 Ocean wins Season 13 of FOX TV’s ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

By Rebecca Cahilly When La Tasha McCutchen sees herself on television, she says it’s a surreal experience. As the winner of Season 13 on the popular FOX television series Hell’s Kitchen, McCutchen learned to hold her [...]

A little bit of Art Basel in Broward

A little bit of Art Basel in Broward

By Eric Barton Rossetti Fine Art Gallery in Wilton Manors held its opening reception Saturday night (12/13) for Basel Broward 2014. Gallery owner Tom Rossetti dreamed up the idea of Basel Broward to highlight the art [...]