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A recipe to get you back to your running self

A recipe to get you back to your running self

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Don Wennerstrom has a piece of advice he likes to give that works pretty well for new or returning runners. It also sounds a lot like a good life [...]

Behind scenes at Pier 66 renovation project

Behind scenes at Pier 66 renovation project

By Eric Barton  City & Shore Magazine Jessi Blakley grew up on the waters of Fort Lauderdale, boating and water skiing and learning to sail not far from where she grew up in the neighborhood of [...]

Ana Cristina Cash comes home for the holidays

Ana Cristina Cash comes home for the holidays

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  To say that Ana Cristina Cash married into a musical family would be something of an understatement. When the South Florida-bred singer-songwriter tied the knot two years ago with [...]

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 [...]

How to see Boca, Delray from a stretch limo

How to see Boca, Delray from a stretch limo

By Eric Barton Out in front of the Delray Beach restaurant and bar Boston’s not a single parking spot is available. They’ve long ago been claimed by sunbathers who spent the day on the sand and [...]

Meet Frank Stronach, the man behind Gulfstream: ‘This was my big gamble’

Meet Frank Stronach, the man behind Gulfstream: ‘This was my big gamble’

By Eric Barton A man in a graphite suit and hair the color of white gold walks through the front door, and there’s a distinct feeling that something important has just occurred. The manager, who was [...]

A worldly travel editor’s road trip to the ‘nooks and crannies’ of Boca Raton

A worldly travel editor’s road trip to the ‘nooks and crannies’ of Boca Raton

By Thomas Swick “Nooks and crannies,” my friend Don said, in the tone of someone imparting a secret. “Boca is all about nooks and crannies.” It certainly sounded revelatory, if not revolutionary, to me, who had [...]

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 [...]

Merits of cosmetic surgery vs. going natural

Merits of cosmetic surgery vs. going natural

The world buzzed at the Oscars last month when some familiar faces on the red carpet appeared so, well, unfamiliar. Can cosmetic surgery help you look younger without looking unnatural? By Robyn A. Friedman Ruth Voluck [...]

Where everything works the way it should

Where everything works the way it should

Weston, Broward’s western-most suburb, is a clash of cultures that turns out beautifully By Eric Barton You have to understand something about the gas station at the east entrance to Weston. It’s called Panna Cafe Express, [...]