Archive for 'People'

The BBQ Gospel of Luke Moorman

The BBQ Gospel of Luke Moorman

By Eric Barton Photography by Candace West City & Shore Magazine  Luke Moorman felt proud of himself when he landed a job as a stockbroker in New York City right out of college. He called a [...]

What’s been on Dolphin Albert Wilson’s mind

What’s been on Dolphin Albert Wilson’s mind

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine It was a momentary glimmer of hope for the long-suffering Miami Dolphins. Just as their speedy new receiver Albert Wilson hit high gear about mid-season last year, the team [...]

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

Jennifer Lopez dancing into Miami for a three-show birthday party

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine This summer marks the 50th anniversary of an event of epic cultural significance. And I don’t mean Woodstock. I mean the birth of Jennifer Lopez. That’s right, JLo turns [...]

Sounding out DJ and radio personality Frankie P

Sounding out DJ and radio personality Frankie P

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine If you’ve hit the scan button on your radio anytime recently, there’s a pretty good chance it stopped on the voice of Frankie P. Hitting the airwaves fresh out [...]

Terry Bradshaw goes deep at speaker series

Terry Bradshaw goes deep at speaker series

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine You wouldn’t know it from Terry Bradshaw’s … let’s just say … “colorful” TV and movie persona, but the resident cut-up on Fox NFL Sunday has been seriously depressed. [...]

Our bumper-to-bumper interview with Jay Leno, Feb. 22-24 at Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

Our bumper-to-bumper interview with Jay Leno, Feb. 22-24 at Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Well, you knooow … a celebrity interview like this would normally start with a little background on the celebrity. But — I mean, really — this is Jay Leno. [...]

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

By Sean Piccoli City & Shore Magazine One of the most important songs Rod Argent ever wrote rests on a mistake. It was 1967 and Argent, a founder of the British rock band the Zombies, was [...]

The long way from Japan to Miami City Ballet

The long way from Japan to Miami City Ballet

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Satoki Habuchi was maybe 7 years old when a friend started taking ballet lessons. They were taught in the common area of his family’s condominium in Osaka, Japan. Habuchi [...]

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 [...]

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, [...]