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Bill and Giuliana Rancic to speak here at October Breast Cancer Awareness event

Bill and Giuliana Rancic to speak here at October Breast Cancer Awareness event

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine It’s been quite a year for clothing designer, author and restaurateur Giuliana Rancic, who announced this summer she’s planning to return Sept. 4 to the role that made her [...]

Some good news about credit freezes

Some good news about credit freezes

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine August in South Florida is sweltering. The average high temperature is 90 degrees, your air conditioner is running full time and you’re counting down the days until cooler [...]

Taylor Swift stakes her Reputation Tour on a sexy reincarnation

Taylor Swift stakes her Reputation Tour on a sexy reincarnation

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  A songwriter receives a shock of inspiration. She picks up a guitar, hits record on her Voice Memo and begins working the transformative magic that turns that creative spark [...]

Getting to Key West is more than half the fun

Getting to Key West is more than half the fun

By Thomas Swick City & Shore Magazine Of the many attractions in the Keys – fishing, snorkeling, boating, chilling – the one that almost all visitors partake of is driving. (There are a few old salts [...]

Close to attractions, and to home, in Orlando

Close to attractions, and to home, in Orlando

By Patti Roth City & Shore Magazine  For many vacationers traveling to Orlando, a traditional resort is the obvious place to stay. But some visitors prefer a different option. A vacation rental home was ideal for [...]

Summer 2018 Dining Deals, Happy Hours

Summer 2018 Dining Deals, Happy Hours

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine  Summertime, and the eating (and drinking) is easy. Here’s some ideas. Sip By The Sea What’s a summer staycation without an ocean view? On Fridays and Saturdays, the new Conrad [...]

Outdoor kitchens make a splash poolside

Outdoor kitchens make a splash poolside

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Maybe it’s the soothing trickle of a fountain, sleek lounge chairs in the pool’s beach entry or a kitchen that has everything from a pizza oven to a [...]

Summer offseason for arts? Not anymore

Summer offseason for arts? Not anymore

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Whatever you do, do not venture outside.  Powerful radiation is bombarding human beings with burning heat, searing their skin, blinding their eyes and liquefying them into molten springs of [...]

Monica Puig talks about tennis, life in South Florida and Hurricane Maria relief

Monica Puig talks about tennis, life in South Florida and Hurricane Maria relief

By Thomas Swick City & Shore Magazine Monica Puig stood next to a model. It sprouted in 57 toy stories above a paper waterway, a replica of the Missoni Baia condo soon to rise in the [...]

Defining Luxury: It’s more about experiences now than just more

Defining Luxury: It’s more about experiences now than just more

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine The man on the far side of the table had waited a long time for this. “I used to own some of the biggest nightclubs in South Florida,” Michael [...]