Archive for 'Features'

How Zola Keller built a business one ‘yes, we can’ at a time

How Zola Keller built a business one ‘yes, we can’ at a time

By Eric Barton Photography by Candace West City & Shore Magazine If you happened to find yourself sunbathing on Fort Lauderdale Beach back in 1972, you might remember the 25-year-old girl selling bikinis. She had crocheted [...]

Six marvelous musings about the fashionable Mrs. Maisel

Six marvelous musings about the fashionable Mrs. Maisel

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore Magazine 1 In The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s third season, Rachel Brosnahan’s 1950s era New York City housewife-turned bawdy stand-up comic will take a crack as a roadshow performer braving [...]

Ask the experts: How to (finally) dress like an adult

Ask the experts: How to (finally) dress like an adult

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Trusty is a fine word to describe the vintage-looking New Balance 410s. They’re gray and blue, a bit of red trim, made from canvas that’s as comfortable as a [...]

Chevy Blazer: Everything old is new again

Chevy Blazer: Everything old is new again

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I’m barely in the new Chevy Blazer five minutes before somebody’s beeping at me. It’d been awhile since I reviewed a car that turned heads in traffic. I checked [...]

What’s been on Dolphin Albert Wilson’s mind

What’s been on Dolphin Albert Wilson’s mind

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine It was a momentary glimmer of hope for the long-suffering Miami Dolphins. Just as their speedy new receiver Albert Wilson hit high gear about mid-season last year, the team [...]

Confessions of a Woodstock deserter

Confessions of a Woodstock deserter

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine I have a confession to make. I was a Woodstock deserter. There, that feels better. But, yes, it’s true. On Aug. 16, 1969, after only one of the three [...]

Endless summer: Rosé earns year-round status

Endless summer: Rosé earns year-round status

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine While rosé’s popularity continues to soar, things are changing in the pink-wine world. Once known only as a summer drink, restaurants and wine bars across the country keep [...]

Heat wave: A summer concert forecast

Heat wave: A summer concert forecast

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The Miami Pop Festival may not make its South Beach debut until November, and we’ll have to wait ’till almost Christmas for the five nights of Madonna. In the [...]

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine This summer marks the 50th anniversary of an event of epic cultural significance. And I don’t mean Woodstock. I mean the birth of Jennifer Lopez. That’s right, JLo turns [...]

Dining: The fish house catches on again

Dining: The fish house catches on again

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Maybe the biggest trend right now in local restaurants isn’t so much about being trendy but returning to the way it used to be, back to the days a [...]