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For triathlete, a run, swim, ride just a start

For triathlete, a run, swim, ride just a start

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME For many people over 50, it’s enough to take up cycling, running or swimming as individual endeavors. Triathletes do all three. Oakland Park resident Mimi Reeves Helbein, 53, is [...]

Classic rock shows roll into South Florida

Classic rock shows roll into South Florida

Editor’s note: Please check websites or call ahead to confirm the shows are still going on. By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME It was one of those concert miracles that you always hear Deadheads going [...]

Six things to consider before marriage over 50

Six things to consider before marriage over 50

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Thinking about getting married? If you’re over 50 and considering making your relationship permanent, there’s plenty to consider. Whether this is your first marriage, or you’re saying “I [...]

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 [...]