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How to live very well on the ski slopes

How to live very well on the ski slopes

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine As Floridians, we have maybe an uncommon desire to be warm. And so this story about ski vacations will begin with just simply the coziest moment that could exist. [...]

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, [...]

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 [...]

Fall fashion forecast 2016: Easy does it

Fall fashion forecast 2016: Easy does it

No need to stress about the transition from summer to fall fashion this season. Just mix sophisticated swimwear with simple silhouettes, and Tweet [...]

Phil Collins: Take a look at him now

Phil Collins: Take a look at him now

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine It is almost Nic Collins’ moment. The sweet-faced teenager sits quietly behind the drum kit, barely visible above the tom-toms. In front of him, his father is about to [...]

10 things to do this summer in Boca, Delray

10 things to do this summer in Boca, Delray

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore Magazine Boca Raton has a reputation. “We kind of have that Seinfeld image, which is totally wrong,” says Chrissy Gibson, the city marketing manager. “But our demographic is people [...]

Late summer Florida escapes, vacation deals

Late summer Florida escapes, vacation deals

By Patti Roth City & Shore Magazine Vacationing in Florida during the off-season, when summer shifts into fall, offers some of the best-of-the-best opportunities for leisure travel. Usually this stretch is quieter than the high season, [...]

The undersea art of Andreas Franke

The undersea art of Andreas Franke

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine OK, here’s an idea. Dive 90 feet deep into the Atlantic a few miles off Key West to explore a massive WWII-era shipwreck. And at the same time, take [...]

Six new, innovative medical treatments

Six new, innovative medical treatments

By Jana Soeldner Danger Today’s medical advances often seem truly wondrous. New treatments and technologies continue to save lives and improve their quality. Here are a few in our community. Arresting Arrhythmia  When 14-month-old Amelia Durbin’s [...]

Toni Tennille on new captain book, Florida life

Toni Tennille on new captain book, Florida life

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Together, Captain & Tennille made beautiful music, notably their sensational 1975 and 1980 No. 1 hits, Love Will Keep Us Together and Do That to Me One More [...]