Archive for 'Special Features'

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

Trio of teachers sing praises of music education

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Music. You might be listening to it right now. Or maybe it’s playing unnoticed in the background. Music is so everywhere anymore that sometimes it’s like it’s not even [...]

2018 Broward Non-Profit Award winners named

2018 Broward Non-Profit Award winners named

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Broward’s non-profit organizations and their leaders Friday (2/23) were recognized for their hard work, dedication and achievement in an awards ceremony complete with red carpet, sparkling wine and [...]

Gym tailors workouts for an older crowd

Gym tailors workouts for an older crowd

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore PRIME Magazine As business owners, Jodi and Thad Rund saw a niche opening. As fitness experts, they saw a need. “I just noticed that pretty much anyone over 45 was [...]

Tim Allen brings a lot of know-how about cars, and laughs, to the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

Tim Allen brings a lot of know-how about cars, and laughs, to the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Magazine Tim Allen has carved out a career cheerfully skewering human foibles. To laugh at his antic comedy act is often to laugh at ourselves. So is it [...]

Counting the ways we love South Florida in season

Counting the ways we love South Florida in season

By Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto, Greg Carannante, Jana Soledner Danger, Thomas Swick and Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine  Al fresco dining Summer in Florida is hot. (Especially for Floridians). So when that first hint of winter [...]

A procrastinator’s Guide to Last-Minute Gifts

A procrastinator’s Guide to Last-Minute Gifts

By Patti Roth City & Shore Magazine If your seasonal shopping to-do list is blinking in the background, relax. There’s plenty of time to score a perfect present. In fact, some of our suggestions are readily [...]

Arts season preview – our critics picks

Arts season preview – our critics picks

Our entertainment writers Greg Carannante, Jake Cline, Ben Crandell, Rod Stafford Hagwood and Phillip Valys have sized up the 2017-18 season in the arts, and can’t wait for the shows to go on. ART The Norton [...]

How to plan for Medicare before turning 65

How to plan for Medicare before turning 65

By Robyn A. Friedman PRIME Magazine If you’re a baby boomer nearing age 65, then you’re probably aware that you’ll soon be eligible for Medicare. What you might not know, however, is how to sign up, [...]

Below Deck captains steer steady course

Below Deck captains steer steady course

By Johnny Diaz City & Shore Magazine Fort Lauderdale Capt. Lee Rosbach has been yachting on TV for so long that he’s earned another title: Stud of the Sea. The captain has starred in Bravo’s Below [...]