Archive for 'Special Features'

Sailboats to superyachts: Boat show turns 60

Sailboats to superyachts: Boat show turns 60

By John Dolen City & Shore Magazine  Fort Lauderdale’s International Boat Show celebrates its 60th year this month, tracing its first show back to 1959. The same year Fidel Castro took over Cuba. Ben-Hur won the [...]

Our giant Hard Rock & Roll fantasy playlist

Our giant Hard Rock & Roll fantasy playlist

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine I’m driving through west Hollywood and I hear music. A rocking guitar. Blasting from somewhere outside my car. Loud enough to drown out the tune playing in my Sonata [...]

Looking back on long-lost restaurants

Looking back on long-lost restaurants

Staff report The face of South Florida is constantly changing, and that means that even the most iconic spots can sometimes disappear. Take a look back at some of the restaurants that were once synonymous with [...]

Confessions of a Woodstock deserter

Confessions of a Woodstock deserter

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine I have a confession to make. I was a Woodstock deserter. There, that feels better. But, yes, it’s true. On Aug. 16, 1969, after only one of the three [...]

It’s never to late to change along with world

It’s never to late to change along with world

By Lori Capullo City & Shore PRIME Fifty is the new 40, or so they say. What exactly does that mean, though? That the half-century milestone isn’t what it used to be when we were kids, and [...]

Happy holidays! Now let’s talk about taxes

Happy holidays! Now let’s talk about taxes

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine It’s December — a time when you’re no doubt preoccupied with family, friends, shopping and celebrations. But there’s something else you should be thinking about now, before you [...]

Preview Ft Lauderdale International Film Fest

Preview Ft Lauderdale International Film Fest

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The 33rd Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLiFF) will roll out more than 200 American indie and foreign language features, documentaries and short films from Nov. 2-18. [...]

The difference a private education makes

The difference a private education makes

By Patti Roth City & Shore Magazine A school in West Palm Beach offers an aviation program with a flight simulator. A barn with pigs and goats is part of a school in Davie. Students at [...]

Mike Mayo looks back at the year in reviews

Mike Mayo looks back at the year in reviews

By Mike Mayo Sun Sentinel Dining Critic The question I hear most these days is, “What’s the best restaurant in South Florida?”, or its cousin, “What’s your favorite restaurant?” In a region with 14,000 restaurants, it [...]

Some good news about credit freezes

Some good news about credit freezes

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine August in South Florida is sweltering. The average high temperature is 90 degrees, your air conditioner is running full time and you’re counting down the days until cooler [...]