Archive for 'On The Shore'

Cafe Dolly at Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale

Cafe Dolly at Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale

By incorporating recognizable images, portraiture and even narratives into their paintings, the late Frenchman Francis Picabia, American Julian Schnabel, and the late Dane J.F. Willumsen shook up a 20th century art world dominated by the surreal [...]

Spook-tacular night to benefit 2-1-1 Broward

Spook-tacular night to benefit 2-1-1 Broward

  The Signature Grand in Davie will transform into a haunted hotspot on Oct. 27 for a Halloween celebration benefitting 2-1-1 Broward. The 13th annual Signature Grand Ghoul Benefiting 2-1-1 Broward will take over the 100,000-square-foot [...]

Bailee Madison’s acting advice for the young

Bailee Madison’s acting advice for the young

Editor’s note: Young Bailee Madison, who has spent all 15 years of her life in front of the camera, shares her favorite tips here for young people who want to be part of her profession. 1. First [...]

How much of a retirement nest egg is enough?

How much of a retirement nest egg is enough?

By Robyn A. Friedman How much money do I need for retirement?  That’s a question all of us should be asking — and not just when retirement is looming. Retirement planning is a continual process, one [...]

A deeper dive at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

A deeper dive at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

By Eric Barton Robert Collada was in Greece in September, relaxing on a friend’s yacht, when he spotted a couple of ships heading into harbor. They were massive super-yachts, and rumors started flying about who might [...]

A fierce competitor girds for cancer fight

A fierce competitor girds for cancer fight

KIM  SWEERS I am an athlete and I compared cancer to running a marathon. It was my desire to win – and an amazing medical team– that kept me going. In January I felt a pea-sized lump above [...]

Fort Lauderdale Film Festival reveals poster, schedule and guest of honor

Fort Lauderdale Film Festival reveals poster, schedule and guest of honor

By Elizabeth Rahe Gregory von Hausch, president and CEO of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, runs into a couple of friends on St. Augustine beach and tells them about a pair of beached whales that [...]

Oh, the places they will go (on vacation)

Oh, the places they will go (on vacation)

If you live in South Florida, chances are your summers include a trip to at least one place where the heat and humidity don’t leave you feeling like you live in a sauna. We asked a [...]

Wakodahatchee on the wild side

Wakodahatchee on the wild side

Hundreds of birds live in the Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach, and we walk easy among them. Stately as they are, the swans back in Regent’s Park, London, aren’t quite as amazing as what I see [...]

Another look at HBO’s ‘True Detective’

Another look at HBO’s ‘True Detective’

It was easy to miss True Detective the first time around. HBO premiered the eight-episode series in January, a time of many TV riches and distractions. Even if you caught it then, you may want to [...]