Archive for 'On The Shore'

‘KC’ Casey still shaking his, your booty

‘KC’ Casey still shaking his, your booty

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME If booty-shakin’ were a crime, Harry Wayne “KC” Casey would still be doing time. Having put Miami on the disco map in the ’70s, KC and the Sunshine Band’s [...]

Recommended financial planner reading

Recommended financial planner reading

By Elliot Raphaelson City & Shore PRIME Social Security and Medicare Because of the changes in regulations covering Social Security and the complexities of Medicare benefits, it is important that you are up-to-date and informed. I [...]

Five things to do now to retire next year

Five things to do now to retire next year

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME According to the Social Security Administration, about 10,000 baby boomers retire each day. But to have a successful retirement — to enjoy family, travel the world, engage in [...]

Review: Fisker’s elegant sports car is back

Review: Fisker’s elegant sports car is back

By Charles Fleming Rising from the ashes of designer Henrik Fisker’s failed car company, the first units of the 2018 Karma Revero hybrid electric luxury super cars rolled off the Moreno Valley, Calif., factory floor last [...]

The floor show goes on at landmark Mai-Kai

The floor show goes on at landmark Mai-Kai

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore Magazine This summer at the Mai-Kai, the Polynesian-themed restaurant that has occupied the same spot on the map since 1956, the kids will take the stage. “Oh my, yes,” [...]

Good reasons to go east, and go west

Good reasons to go east, and go west

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Two apparel companies, two different styles. Both home-grown, both springing from adversity. WEST Cotton King Inc. 2501 NW 17th Lane, Suite B, Pompano Beach, cottonkinginc.com. This promotional marketing and [...]

By land, by sea with Related Group executive

By land, by sea with Related Group executive

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine As a vice president of The Related Group in Miami, Patrick Campbell spends a lot of time at Auberge Beach Residences & Spa, a Fort Lauderdale condominium project [...]

Cutting off the kids: When is enough enough?

Cutting off the kids: When is enough enough?

By Emily J. Minor City & Shore PRIME Magazine Joseph Chalom, a financial planner who mostly helps members of the middle class plan for retirement, looks at it this way: “You’re not doing them any favors,” [...]

Never too soon to learn ABC’s of Medicare

Never too soon to learn ABC’s of Medicare

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Magazine If you’re a baby boomer in South Florida, you’ve no doubt heard people discussing Medicare — even if you’re not quite 65. Listening to them speak their [...]

Oceanfront Tortuga Music Festival April 7-9

Oceanfront Tortuga Music Festival April 7-9

By Deborah Wilker City & Shore Magazine When the Tortuga Music Festival launched on Fort Lauderdale Beach in 2013 with Kenny Chesney and Eric Church, it was a two-day concert curiosity (were superstars really gonna play [...]