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Our First Cover: A ‘Total Survivor’ Story

Our First Cover: A ‘Total Survivor’ Story

By Greg Carannante Fittingly for a magazine that has survived for 15 years, the model who graced its first cover has become quite a survivor herself. And the best kind – the kind who makes you [...]

City & Shore Magazine reaches a milestone

City & Shore Magazine reaches a milestone

Editor’s note: A glossy lifestyle magazine launched by a daily newspaper? It was a novel concept at the time. Fifteen years later, City & Shore Magazine reaches a milestone.  By Greg Carannante A long time ago – long [...]

City & Shore Magazine involved in community

City & Shore Magazine involved in community

By Greg Carannante In its long-running annual feature, “Powers for Good,” City & Shore has shone the spotlight on dozens of people – some well known, most not – who make a difference in our community. [...]

Miami City Ballet leaps into season’s gowns

Miami City Ballet leaps into season’s gowns

Miami City Ballet dancers Lexie Overholt, Ellen Grocki, Jordan-Elizabeth Long and Christina Spigner put on their toe shoes to present some of the season’s most gorgeous evening gowns. Tweet [...]

City & Shore’s Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide, 2015

City & Shore’s Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide, 2015

By Felicia Levine We love this time of year. People are nicer, the mood’s brighter, the air’s crisper, and days are filled with holiday cheer, sugar cookies and twinkling lights. Truth is — we’re also fond [...]

Home cooking, away from home, for holidays

Home cooking, away from home, for holidays

By Rebecca Cahilly Have the relatives decided to descend upon you for the holidays? Fret not; these great restaurants can accommodate the whole clan. 15th Street Fisheries Iconic waterfront dining and fresh seafood are on offer [...]

How to put on your best holiday party yet

How to put on your best holiday party yet

By Deborah Wilker Lunch with top South Florida caterer Joy Wallace doesn’t have to be a fancy affair. A simple rice dish. Fresh turkey wraps. A colorful salad, a splash of ice water. There was, however, [...]

High-end bar, wine room, a new home essential

High-end bar, wine room, a new home essential

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub Classic cocktails are trendy again – along with craft cocktails that provide new takes on old drinks. Some observers say it began with Carrie Bradshaw’s Cosmopolitans in Sex and the City and [...]

Peter Frampton’s relentless third act

Peter Frampton’s relentless third act

By Deborah Wilker PRIME Magazine It had already been a busy couple of years when Peter Frampton got back on the road last fall for an all-new tour — his first-ever run of acoustic shows. The dates [...]

Where to dine before and after the shows

Where to dine before and after the shows

By Rebecca Cahilly Stepping out to be entertained – at the theater, concert or show – calls for a commensurate dining experience. From pre-show dining to post-performance desserts, here are suggestions for great dining before or after the [...]