Archive for 'On The Shore'

Norton Museum photo exhibition goes wild

Norton Museum photo exhibition goes wild

The Everglades are stark yet scintillating, forbidding yet alluring. Noted author and naturalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas wrote of the Everglades, “They are unique in the simplicity, the diversity, the related harmony of the forms of life [...]

Relais & Chateau opens in Deerfield Beach

Relais & Chateau opens in Deerfield Beach

By Rebecca Cahilly Something unique has appeared in Deerfield Beach, sporting a stylish design by architects Jorge Garcia and Gaetano Serpico, a yacht-inspired interior décor complete with original works of art and a five-star restaurant. It [...]

Mustang: When cars were supposed to be fun

Mustang: When cars were supposed to be fun

By Eric Barton The old Mustang sat at a gas station at the end of my street for months, with a “for sale” sign tucked between the windshield and dash. It was maybe a ’68, blue [...]

Library Lit Lunch serves up Food & Wine editor

Library Lit Lunch serves up Food & Wine editor

You might think, after nearly two decades as editor of Food & Wine magazine, that Dana Cowin would have gotten bored. Writing about food is a notoriously quick burnout job, and sometimes it’s hard to stay [...]

The ‘Gala in the Gardens’ Feb. 8 in Davie

The ‘Gala in the Gardens’ Feb. 8 in Davie

Flamingo Gardens in Davie served up a sampling of food from area restaurants as well as premium wines and craft beers, all in a lush tropical setting, at its third annual Gala in the Gardens food [...]

Harry Connick Jr. returning for two shows

Harry Connick Jr. returning for two shows

Harry Connick Jr., who has had more No. 1 jazz albums than any other performer in history and who is seen weekly as a judge on the hit show American Idol, returns to South Florida for [...]

‘Unstoppable’ Anthony Robles to speak Jan. 21

‘Unstoppable’ Anthony Robles to speak Jan. 21

The 2015 Broward College Speaker Series, co-sponsored by City & Shore Magazine, kicks off 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 21 with NCAA championship wrestler, motivational speaker and author Anthony Robles. Robles, who was born without a right [...]

Writer, filmmaker finds ‘Peace in Blue’ waters

Writer, filmmaker finds ‘Peace in Blue’ waters

By Dave Wieczorek Bill Belleville first became aware of water’s magical allure as a boy growing up among the rural acres of Maryland’s Eastern Shore – the Atlantic washing up one side, the Chesapeake Bay nuzzling [...]

From the Archives: For Better or Worse

From the Archives: For Better or Worse

  Editor’s note: This first-person essay by Steve Friess on his wedding with Jim Richter first appeared as a cover story in the Sun Sentinel’s Sunday magazine, Sunshine, in June 2000. It generated considerable response from [...]

Winterfest president celebrates 20th Parade

Winterfest president celebrates 20th Parade

This year’s Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade is a special one for Winterfest President and CEO Lisa Scott-Founds: her 20th.  The Fort Lauderdale native started volunteering for Winterfest in 1987, joined the organization as corporate [...]