Archive for 'Features'

A room with a crew: Five South Florida homes with enough room for a yacht

A room with a crew: Five South Florida homes with enough room for a yacht

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America” — and with good reason. The city boasts 165 miles of navigable waterways, from scenic canals to flowing rivers [...]

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

By Mike Mayor and Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine Beach House Pompano — 270 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach, 954-607-6530, BeachHousePompano.com. It has the makings of a South Florida treasure, a place with a [...]

Norwegian Bliss winter season begins Nov. 17

Norwegian Bliss winter season begins Nov. 17

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Is it possible to get away from a crowd of 4,004 passengers and 1,716 crew aboard a 994-foot cruise ship? A cruise ship that boasts the longest (at 1,000 [...]

John Offerdahl takes a grilling in our quiz

John Offerdahl takes a grilling in our quiz

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine In the long lineup of former-athletes turned restaurateurs, there are only a few who have scored in the healthy-food field as John Offerdahl has. His standout performance as proprietor [...]

Preview Ft Lauderdale International Film Fest

Preview Ft Lauderdale International Film Fest

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The 33rd Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLiFF) will roll out more than 200 American indie and foreign language features, documentaries and short films from Nov. 2-18. [...]

A Miami dancer’s unusual path to the top

A Miami dancer’s unusual path to the top

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Samantha Hope Galler had been a rising star in the ballet world, a talent identified not long after her first recital. She was 9 years old. At the Boston [...]

The difference a private education makes

The difference a private education makes

By Patti Roth City & Shore Magazine A school in West Palm Beach offers an aviation program with a flight simulator. A barn with pigs and goats is part of a school in Davie. Students at [...]

Meet Rocco Nankervis, our chef of the year

Meet Rocco Nankervis, our chef of the year

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine The national Mastro’s Restaurants group sought out some serious local talent to launch its first foray in South Florida, Mastro’s Ocean Club on the Intracoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale, [...]

What Dave Barry enjoys most about Florida

What Dave Barry enjoys most about Florida

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine All you need to know about Dave Barry’s South Florida ethos is condensed into the top corner of davebarry.com (I’m assuming booger.com was taken).  There, in the style of [...]

The great eight: Best new restaurants, 2018

The great eight: Best new restaurants, 2018

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine This was the year Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard came back on the map as a dining destination. The year restaurateurs (and restaurant groups) expanded big-time. The year some [...]