Archive for 'On The Shore'

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

Ten waterfront restaurants to tie up to for the boat show, or any time

By Mike Mayor and Rebecca Cahilly-Taranto City & Shore Magazine Beach House Pompano — 270 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach, 954-607-6530, BeachHousePompano.com. It has the makings of a South Florida treasure, a place with a [...]

What they’re drinking at the boat show

What they’re drinking at the boat show

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine The one subject as popular as the boats this month in Fort Lauderdale may be the wines: Who: Stephanie and John Herring The boat: Red Herring, a 2014 [...]

Are You Better Off Renting Than Buying?

Are You Better Off Renting Than Buying?

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Is it better to rent or to buy? With housing prices so high in South Florida, not to mention a limited inventory of available homes on the market, [...]

No debate who’s the champ, two times over

No debate who’s the champ, two times over

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine There’s one point student debaters Giorgio Rabbini and Nicholas Mancini probably wouldn’t argue: It’s going to be hard to top last year. In just their junior year, the boys [...]

Miami Beach museum honors Charlie Cinnamon

Miami Beach museum honors Charlie Cinnamon

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine For over six decades, he was South Florida’s unofficial ambassador of the arts and media. Charlie Cinnamon: Legendary Press Agent, June 19 through mid-September at the Jewish Museum of [...]

A few words with broadcaster Tony Segreto

A few words with broadcaster Tony Segreto

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Local broadcasting luminary Tony Segreto owes his crossover success to Dan Marino — or so Marino says.  “We joke about it,” Segreto says about hosting the ’90s TV show [...]

Pam Butler’s book offers tools for happiness

Pam Butler’s book offers tools for happiness

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Pam Butler breezes into the coffeeshop wearing a pair of checked yoga pants and a sweatshirt, letters printed across the front that could be a personal mantra: “Dreamer.” She [...]

A $1.495 million House (Literally) on the Water 

A $1.495 million House (Literally) on the Water 

By Thomas Swick City & Shore Magazine South Florida has lots of houses and plenty of boats but very little in the way of houseboats. Why is that? When we think of houseboats we think of, [...]

How the new tax law will affect homeowners

How the new tax law will affect homeowners

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine You might have already seen the effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in your paycheck — or perhaps you work for one of the many companies [...]