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Below Deck captains steer steady course

Below Deck captains steer steady course

By Johnny Diaz City & Shore Magazine Fort Lauderdale Capt. Lee Rosbach has been yachting on TV for so long that he’s earned another title: Stud of the Sea. The captain has starred in Bravo’s Below [...]

South Florida Waterfront dining guide, 2017

South Florida Waterfront dining guide, 2017

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine When we think of dining out – especially with friends or family from out of town – we often think of some place on the water. In the aftermath [...]

Designers bring luxury spa experience home

Designers bring luxury spa experience home

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Let’s admit it: Spa-like bathrooms in hotels have spoiled us. We want the same luxurious showerheads, cabinets made of exotic woods and finishes, designer tubs and elegant lighting [...]

Why a private school education still matters

Why a private school education still matters

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Let’s just say it was not your typical day at Saint Andrew’s. The visitor standing in a fourth-grade classroom of the Orlando-area Catholic school earlier this year was none [...]

What chefs make for themselves at home

What chefs make for themselves at home

By Phillip Valys Homemade beef jerky. Pasta Bolognese. A grilled-cheese sandwich. The executive chefs behind South Florida’s top-rated restaurants may toil in those muggy kitchens all day for our delicious fix, but they’re also just like [...]

Broward College series names 2018 speakers

Broward College series names 2018 speakers

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Next year’s Broward College Speaker Series lineup may not quite span the broad ideological horizons of … oh, I don’t know, Congress … or even Tony Bennett and Lady [...]

Cliff Diver Steven LoBue, ultimate fall guy

Cliff Diver Steven LoBue, ultimate fall guy

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You wouldn’t expect one of the most-decorated American cliff divers to come from a place where the only “mountains” are landfills, but such is the distinction of Fort Lauderdale’s [...]

Kitchen design starts to show some color

Kitchen design starts to show some color

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub  City & Shore Magazine DESIGNER: Patty Kukes PHOTOGRAPHER: Robert Brantley Any room may have an inspiration piece the design evolves around. For a snowbird couple that spends summers in the Hamptons, it [...]

Best New South Florida Restaurants, 2017

Best New South Florida Restaurants, 2017

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine Dining Writer We like our food here – and this year we seem to be particularly fond of craft tacos and Asian fusion, with those concepts dominating our annual [...]