Archive for 'On The Shore'

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 [...]

Another kind of face book, Palm Beach style

Another kind of face book, Palm Beach style

  What makes a great coffee table book? One with plenty of photos that start conversations. What makes it better? When it’s filled with famous faces from Palm Beach. Palm Beach People (powerHouse Books, $85) by [...]

World’s most watched boat parade makes ready

World’s most watched boat parade makes ready

By Robyn A. Friedman This year’s Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade promises to be a very new and different parade, Winterfest President and CEO Lisa Scott-Founds says, with an exciting theme, “wow” displays and lots [...]