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Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

Marilu Henner remembers it all – literally

By Jane Wollman Rusoff City & Shore PRIME Marilu Henner is best known for playing a part-time cabbie on Taxi, but she has a vibrant 45-year stage, screen and writing career as well. Apart from two [...]

The boom in boomer living, housing options

The boom in boomer living, housing options

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME If you’re 55 or older and starting to think about your future housing needs, we have good news for you. Thanks to the physical and financial fitness of [...]

How to make condo life more beautiful

How to make condo life more beautiful

By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub City & Shore PRIME Owning a single-family home can get overwhelming. Landscape maintenance. Roof repairs. Power-washing driveways. Broken pool pumps. Something always needs to be added, maintained or replaced in a single-family home. [...]

Business ‘boomering’ for pop impersonators

Business ‘boomering’ for pop impersonators

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME One day you’re an Elton John impersonator making a living with your Rocket Man Show — and the next, you’re high as a kite, just living the dream. You [...]

How to protect against Equifax breach

How to protect against Equifax breach

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine Have you been the victim of identity theft? You might not even know it yet. On Sept. 7, Equifax, one of the three credit-reporting agencies, disclosed a “cyber-security [...]

How to plan for Medicare before turning 65

How to plan for Medicare before turning 65

By Robyn A. Friedman PRIME Magazine If you’re a baby boomer nearing age 65, then you’re probably aware that you’ll soon be eligible for Medicare. What you might not know, however, is how to sign up, [...]

Connie Francis gives advice for hard times

Connie Francis gives advice for hard times

By Jane Wollman Rusoff PRIME Magazine If you grew up in the 1950s or ’60s, the mega-hits recorded by pop singing star Connie Francis are indelibly etched on your soundtrack: Who’s Sorry Now?, Stupid Cupid, Lipstick on [...]

Tune in, turn on and drop in

Tune in, turn on and drop in

By Mark Gauert Editor, City & Shore Magazine I’m watching a video of David Frohman explaining why he dropped out to join a commune called The Farm back in the 1970s. “I wasn’t a great hippie,” [...]

Debbie Harry plays hits, keeps facing future

Debbie Harry plays hits, keeps facing future

By Chris Kaltenbach City & Shore PRIME Blondie is still a group. Back in the group’s ’70s heyday, when it was one of the biggest (and most popular) things to come out of New York’s punk [...]

A Q&A with ‘Condo King’ Jorge M. Pérez

A Q&A with ‘Condo King’ Jorge M. Pérez

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine He’s known as “the condo king.” And with good reason. Jorge M. Pérez has been responsible for the development of some 100,000 condominium and apartment units over his [...]