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How to build a better wine room at home

How to build a better wine room at home

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Wine has become an integral part of our social life and our home design. Four South Florida design teams show us options can range from a corner of [...]

Affairs of the arts: Critics’ pick of the season

Affairs of the arts: Critics’ pick of the season

Our entertainment writers have taken a long look at the season ahead in the Arts in South Florida, and found much to love.   ART Question Bridge: Black Males Through Dec. 18 Norton Museum of Art, [...]

Carrie Underwood is ready for the holidays

Carrie Underwood is ready for the holidays

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine Headlining for months at a time requires a special sort of endurance from the musicians who star in the world’s biggest concert tours. Million-dollar paydays are helpful, but the [...]

Eat & Fun: Restaurants that also entertain

Eat & Fun: Restaurants that also entertain

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine When the evening calls for a bit of entertainment to accompany the meal, South Florida offers its share of fun – even quirky – spots that will ensure a [...]

Bath design turns glamorous, spa-like

Bath design turns glamorous, spa-like

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Bathroom design continues to get more spa-like and glamorous. Today’s hot-button items include soaking tubs with comfortable angles for relaxing, floating cabinets for a clean, contemporary look and [...]

City & Shore Magazine’s Powers for Good 2016

City & Shore Magazine’s Powers for Good 2016

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Every community has its heroes — people who work behind the scenes to improve the lives of others. Often unrecognized and little thanked for their contributions and achievements, [...]

Life and living by Lisa Vanderpump rules

Life and living by Lisa Vanderpump rules

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine In her very first movie role, Lisa Vanderpump didn’t just test the waters. She went big, going toe-to-toe with celebrated British actress Glenda Jackson in the 1973 comedy A [...]

Class acts: Challenges, triumphs of teaching

Class acts: Challenges, triumphs of teaching

By Felicia S. Levine City & Shore Magazine Great educators don’t just teach students, but guide and inspire them. We’ve all got a story: The instructor who helped you conquer the fear of geometry, or provided [...]

Where to dine at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

Where to dine at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine Each year, 100,000 boating enthusiasts descend on Fort Lauderdale to take in the 1,500 boats and yachts on display at the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Whether you’re [...]

Inside Fort Lauderdale penthouse renovation

Inside Fort Lauderdale penthouse renovation

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore Magazine Dr. George and Jana Hanbury had lived on the eighth floor of the Four Seasons condominium in Fort Lauderdale for 25 years before they finally got an opportunity [...]