Archive for 'PRIME MAGAZINE'

It’s never too late to be a late bloomer

It’s never too late to be a late bloomer

By Carrie Classon City & Shore Magazine I realized that I might be a late bloomer — a little late, naturally. I love hearing about prodigies: the five-year-old drummer or the 16-year-old activist. I love hearing [...]

Ross Elder splashes into adventure, and life

Ross Elder splashes into adventure, and life

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME  At 64, Hollywood resident Ross Elder says he feels like he’s living on borrowed time. “I can’t believe I made it this far, cheating death so many times,” Elder [...]

Hot Property: The Palace at Weston

Hot Property: The Palace at Weston

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME The Palace Group unveiled an 8,000-square-foot information center last month for The Palace at Weston, a $130 million project that will, when completed in fall 2020, offer independent, [...]

What you need to know about Medicare 2020

What you need to know about Medicare 2020

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME If you’re eligible for Medicare, you don’t need a reminder from us that it’s open-enrollment time. More than likely, your mailbox has been overflowing with solicitations from insurance [...]

It’s never to late to change along with world

It’s never to late to change along with world

By Lori Capullo City & Shore PRIME Fifty is the new 40, or so they say. What exactly does that mean, though? That the half-century milestone isn’t what it used to be when we were kids, and [...]

More workers 60+ rethinking retirement

More workers 60+ rethinking retirement

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The economy may be holding its own, but many older workers in the United States are not. According to a survey by CareerBuilder released last year, more than [...]

Up to date? The many challenges of dating over 50 in South Florida

Up to date? The many challenges of dating over 50 in South Florida

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine I’m late for a meeting, and I’m sitting in traffic. Might as well use that time productively, I figure, so I grab my smartphone, open an app and [...]

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

Zombies coming back to life, and to Broward

By Sean Piccoli City & Shore Magazine One of the most important songs Rod Argent ever wrote rests on a mistake. It was 1967 and Argent, a founder of the British rock band the Zombies, was [...]

‘Papa’ pairs students with those needing help

‘Papa’ pairs students with those needing help

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore Magazine A few years ago, Andrew Parker took note of some of the challenges his grandfather – whom he called Papa – began to face as dementia set in. In [...]

A more youthful look through ‘face yoga’?

A more youthful look through ‘face yoga’?

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore Magazine In a Pompano Beach yoga studio, several women make faces at “face yoga” teacher Susan Forma. They’re trying to get a more youthful appearance within weeks, they say, by [...]