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Getting into best shape of your life, after 50

Getting into best shape of your life, after 50

From PRIME, a special issue of City & Shore Magazine By Deborah Wilker Can we really be as fit and active at 50, 60 and beyond as we were in younger days? How about even fitter? [...]

Catching up with ’70s icon Cheryl Ladd, ‘appreciating every moment’ at age 63

Catching up with ’70s icon Cheryl Ladd, ‘appreciating every moment’ at age 63

From PRIME, a special issue of City & Shore Magazine By Deborah Wilker At the height of her fame as the rookie cop Kris Munroe on Charlie’s Angels, Cheryl Ladd was a ’70s icon, fashion plate [...]

Creating stylish design at home, for all ages

Creating stylish design at home, for all ages

From PRIME, a special issue of City & Shore Magazine By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub None of us wants to be reminded that we are getting older. Baby Boomers, now in their 50s and 60s, once declared [...]

10 nice, and quiet, South Florida restaurants

10 nice, and quiet, South Florida restaurants

From PRIME, a special issue of City & Shore Magazine By Rebecca Cahilly Remember that quiet dinner you had planned with your significant other? You’d rehearsed so many things that needed to be said, sweetly and [...]

Serious steakhouses and hamburger delights

Serious steakhouses and hamburger delights

From Himalayan salt-block, dry-aged meats to signature hand-mashed Angus beef burgers, these seriously juicy steakhouses and burger joints will indulge and delight your inner carnivore. By Rebecca Cahilly   BURGER DELIGHTS Bull Market Taking its cue [...]

South Florida designers bringing world home

South Florida designers bringing world home

South Florida homeowners are bringing the world home By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub A black-lacquer Chinese chest with mother-of-pearl inlay. An antique carved teak wall from Thailand. African masks. Sepia-toned photographs from colonial India. Welcome to Global [...]

The better way in Boca Raton, Delray Beach

The better way in Boca Raton, Delray Beach

Towns once known for retirees, and a retiring nightlife, find a healthier, beating heart By Eric Barton As you might expect from a nutritionist, Michelle Kaplan is holding a plate of vegetables: cauliflower, red peppers, a cherry [...]

Our Critics’ picks of the arts season ahead

Our Critics’ picks of the arts season ahead

Our critics and entertainment writers have been reviewing the upcoming season in the arts and found a choice selection of not-to-be missed shows, venues – and people whose stories make South Florida’s arts scene unique.  ART [...]

Fort Lauderdale film fest celebrates Jason Alexander, master of stage, screen and ‘Seinfeld’

Fort Lauderdale film fest celebrates Jason Alexander, master of stage, screen and ‘Seinfeld’

Star of stage, screen and Seinfeld, Fort Lauderdale film fest honoree Jason Alexander has created – and sustained – a multifaceted career. And he does not live with his mom. By Elizabeth Rahe Overheard at a [...]

Q & A with Jeb Bush – honorary chairman of Jeb Bush Florida Classic

Q & A with Jeb Bush – honorary chairman of Jeb Bush Florida Classic

By Deborah Wilker There was a time when children diagnosed with cystic fibrosis were not expected to make it to their teens. Today many CF patients live into their 40s and beyond, due in great part [...]