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‘Star-crossed lovers’ Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal back together again in ‘Love Letters’

‘Star-crossed lovers’ Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal back together again in ‘Love Letters’

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine It’s been 45 years since Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal became pop-culture icons, portraying the tragic lovers Jenny and Oliver in the 1970 film classic Love Story. The movie [...]

Matthew McConaughey has only one regret – and it happened one summer back in Florida

Matthew McConaughey has only one regret – and it happened one summer back in Florida

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Can you think back to a moment that defined you? Made you the way you are? More than the university you picked or the first job you accepted. A [...]

When retirement lost its appeal Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie became a rock star again

When retirement lost its appeal Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie became a rock star again

By Deborah Wilker PRIME magazine  When singer-songwriter Christine McVie phoned Stevie Nicks, saying she wanted to return to Fleetwood Mac after a 16-year retirement, Nicks was thrilled – but had an ultimatum: “You can never leave [...]

They’re turning how old? How 50 is the new 30

They’re turning how old? How 50 is the new 30

By Deborah Wilker PRIME magazine Stumbling upon the news that Sarah Jessica Parker had turned 50 on March 25, I figured there had to be some mistake. Wasn’t Kim Cattrall the older one? Isn’t Carrie Bradshaw [...]

All eyes – but no hands – on comedian Howie Mandel at Concours d’Elegance Gala

All eyes – but no hands – on comedian Howie Mandel at Concours d’Elegance Gala

By Elizabeth Rahe He has pulled pranks for hidden cameras, judged talent from hand-balancing to opera arias, tempted contestants with a deal (or no deal), voiced a cartoon preschooler and played a doctor on TV. But [...]

At full gallop with polo’s Joanna Kimball

At full gallop with polo’s Joanna Kimball

  Joanna Kimball just can’t sit still.  When she’s not moving at 40 mph on the back of a polo pony, she’s busy promoting Women’s Polo around the world and designing a polo-inspired travel collection, aptly [...]

Mario Chalmers on life without LeBron James, his diet and that NCAA championship year

Mario Chalmers on life without LeBron James, his diet and that NCAA championship year

By Deborah Wilker Entering the second month of the new season, Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers seems to be adjusting well to his new role as a reserve player. The two-time NBA champ says he sees [...]

Gift Guide: Tinsley Mortimer’s favorite things

Gift Guide: Tinsley Mortimer’s favorite things

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub New York socialite Tinsley Mortimer wasn’t content with merely going to parties and charity events. She wanted to build her name into a recognizable brand. Mortimer, who recently moved back to New [...]

‘Appreciating every moment’ with ’70s icon Cheryl Ladd, at Food for the Poor gala Jan. 22

‘Appreciating every moment’ with ’70s icon Cheryl Ladd, at Food for the Poor gala Jan. 22

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 [...]

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 [...]