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Tips for building wealth at any age

Tips for building wealth at any age

By Robyn A. Friedman PRIME Magazine For all those baby boomers growing older and wondering whether they’re financially secure enough to retire, we have good news and bad news. The bad news: Many individuals lack retirement [...]

Older, wiser – and in better health

Older, wiser – and in better health

By Jana Soeldner Danger PRIME Magazine Today’s seniors are proactive about staying fit and healthy. When illnesses or other medical conditions do occur, they want to be informed consumers and know the best options for care [...]

Pickleball: The sweet game with a sour name

Pickleball: The sweet game with a sour name

By Eric Barton PRIME Magazine Harriet Berks Kalin and her husband, Josh Kalin, were visiting the Central Florida retirement community of The Villages three years ago when someone suggested they try a sport with a wacky [...]

When you are up to your sawgrass in alligators

When you are up to your sawgrass in alligators

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Mom sees my post about the alligator in the road up ahead and writes, “You know I don’t like you riding your bike on Alligator Alley.” Mom is 2,000 [...]

Five tips for dealing with boomerang kids

Five tips for dealing with boomerang kids

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Ah, the joys of being an empty-nester. Peace, freedom and extra cash to sock away for retirement. Then your daughter gets divorced, or your son loses his job, [...]

Financial planning after a bad diagnosis

Financial planning after a bad diagnosis

By Eric Barton City & Shore PRIME Marjorie Dwyer saw the signs in her husband, Bob, long before the diagnosis: He had lost his sense of direction, his concentration and control over his temper. Worst, though, [...]

A few words with model, author India Hicks

A few words with model, author India Hicks

 By Elyse Ranart City & Shore PRIME India Hicks has had big shoes to fill. She is second cousin to The Prince of Wales, through her mother, Lady Pamela Mountbatten; and daughter of David Hicks, the high-profile interior [...]

What you should know about social media

What you should know about social media

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Are you social-media savvy, using your iPad to cross-post on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter? Or do you have no idea what the previous sentence means? Either way, you’re [...]

Come for the visit, stay for the retirement

Come for the visit, stay for the retirement

By Patti Roth City & Shore PRIME Even if you adore South Florida, you probably flirt occasionally with the idea of living somewhere else. Perhaps you’re eyeing a scenic site with resort-style amenities as your personal [...]

A few words with ICON soprano Renata Scotto 

A few words with ICON soprano Renata Scotto 

Editor’s note: The Venetian Arts Society of Fort Lauderdale will present The Life and Career of Renata Scotto, featuring rare video footage of the opera singer, personal tributes from friends and colleagues and an interactive dialogue with the [...]