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Over breakfast, South Beach Wine & Food Festival founder talks wine, food, festivals and life

Over breakfast, South Beach Wine & Food Festival founder talks wine, food, festivals and life

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto Photos by Richard Taranto It was dreary the morning we slogged south to Miami, weaving in and out of traffic dotted with red brake lights in fits and starts. Not so long ago, [...]

The top trends – literally – in South Florida high-rise design

The top trends – literally – in South Florida high-rise design

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine When South Floridians spend big money for a high-rise with a great view, they want an interior to complement – not compete – with the ocean, Intracoastal or [...]

Steve Martin, Martin Short still wild and crazy, we must say

Steve Martin, Martin Short still wild and crazy, we must say

By Ben Crandell City & Shore PRIME Magazine It may be hard to imagine, but there was a time when late-night comedy, Saturday Night Live in particular, could not lean on the day’s political foibles to [...]

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Music. You might be listening to it right now. Or maybe it’s playing unnoticed in the background. Music is so everywhere anymore that sometimes it’s like it’s not even [...]

Alvin Ailey Artistic Director recalls Miami roots

Alvin Ailey Artistic Director recalls Miami roots

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME Magazine  When Artistic Director Robert Battle brings his Alvin Ailey Dance Theater to Miami this month, it won’t be just any stop on the celebrated company’s 21-city North American [...]

Finalists named for 2018 Non-Profit Awards

Finalists named for 2018 Non-Profit Awards

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine On Feb. 23, Broward’s non-profit organizations and their leaders will be recognized for their hard work, dedication and achievement in a glamorous awards ceremony complete with red carpet [...]

Gym tailors workouts for an older crowd

Gym tailors workouts for an older crowd

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore PRIME Magazine As business owners, Jodi and Thad Rund saw a niche opening. As fitness experts, they saw a need. “I just noticed that pretty much anyone over 45 was [...]

Thomas Friedman gets serious, and seriously funny

Thomas Friedman gets serious, and seriously funny

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME Magazine The big LOL took me by surprise. Who’d expect laughter so jovial to come from so serious-minded a fellow as Thomas Friedman? He’s a big-thinking New York Times [...]

Tim Allen brings a lot of know-how about cars, and laughs, to the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

Tim Allen brings a lot of know-how about cars, and laughs, to the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Magazine Tim Allen has carved out a career cheerfully skewering human foibles. To laugh at his antic comedy act is often to laugh at ourselves. So is it [...]

Student follows in a yoga teacher’s footsteps

Student follows in a yoga teacher’s footsteps

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME Magazine  Claudia Kramer Regan, 65, started practicing yoga in her mid-40s after losing 100 pounds, seeking to augment her fitness routine. She was hooked after taking a class from [...]