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12 gift ideas for him, for her and for either

12 gift ideas for him, for her and for either

You’ll experience 12 days of anticipation, excitement and delight with ideas from our annual gift guide, featuring his and her holiday treats for your significant other. (Or, for yourself). By Valerie Schimel, Andrea Richard and Charlyne [...]

Getting into the best shape of your life, after 50

Getting into the best shape of your life, after 50

From PRIME, a special issue of City & Shore Magazine By Deborah Wilker Can we really be as fit and active at 50, 60 and beyond as we were in younger days? How about even fitter? [...]

Our Critics’ picks of the arts season ahead

Our Critics’ picks of the arts season ahead

Our critics and entertainment writers have been reviewing the upcoming season in the arts and found a choice selection of not-to-be missed shows, venues – and people whose stories make South Florida’s arts scene unique.  ART [...]

City & Shore Magazine’s Powers for Good 2014

City & Shore Magazine’s Powers for Good 2014

By Robyn A. Friedman and Deborah Wilker The people who shape a community are not always the most famous or the best known. Allow us to introduce nine here who make a difference every day. Some [...]

Hybrid automobiles that deliver green luxury

Hybrid automobiles that deliver green luxury

The first hybrids and electric cars were the sweatpants of vehicles. Sure, they did the job, but you didn’t really want your friends to see you in them. Now there’s an entirely new crop of hybrids, [...]

International students coming to change their world, and, in time, the world of others

International students coming to change their world, and, in time, the world of others

They’re coming to America – and South Florida specifically – for reasons as diverse as the geography, culture and politics of their native countries. They’re coming with a desire to make a better – and often [...]

Summer fashion travels light, close to home

Summer fashion travels light, close to home

Photographer, David Benoliel Art Director, Elyse Ranart                                               Tweet [...]

New parent trap: Caring for aging loved ones

New parent trap: Caring for aging loved ones

For a growing number of working adults, caring for a parent is a life-altering juggling act that can jeopardize their own health, finances and jobs. But it is possible to balance it all. Here’s how. By [...]

Reversing damage from years of poor eating

Reversing damage from years of poor eating

By Rebecca Cahilly You’ve just celebrated the big 5-0, or 5-1, or 5-5. The candles have been blown out, the cake eaten, and suddenly words that previously went ignored – “coronary heart disease,” “stroke,” “fibromyalgia,” “diabetes,” [...]

Eight Wonders of Medical Science

Eight Wonders of Medical Science

Medical procedures are constantly improving, as existing techniques are refined and new ones emerge. Some are true breakthroughs that can save or extend life. Others improve quality of life or are less invasive and easier to [...]