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How to Evaluate Long-Term Care Communities

How to Evaluate Long-Term Care Communities

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME If you’re looking for a long-term care community for yourself or your loved ones, you’ve no doubt been introduced – probably remotely at this point – to some [...]

Florida among best places to retire 2020

Florida among best places to retire 2020

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME  We Floridians already know the advantages of living here. Fabulous weather. Year-round golf. The beach. No income taxes. World-class cultural opportunities, dining and shopping. Retirees know that too. [...]

Hot Property: John Knox Village to grow campus

Hot Property: John Knox Village to grow campus

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME John Knox Village of Florida, a 70-acre Life Plan Community in Pompano Beach, has announced plans for Westlake, a new development that will include 150 independent living apartments ranging [...]

Long-term care community coming to Sunrise

Long-term care community coming to Sunrise

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore PRIME Avalina, a new long-term care community under construction in Sunrise, will offer assisted living and memory care services along with resort-style amenities – but at a lower price [...]

Tony Segreto launches podcast in boomer space

Tony Segreto launches podcast in boomer space

By Greg Carannante City & Shore PRIME Ten years ago, Julio Iglesias, Jr. was performing a private show in Moscow when someone in the audience called out a request that ultimately changed the young singer’s career. [...]

A first 5K was just start of a fitness renewal

A first 5K was just start of a fitness renewal

By Carol Brzozowski City & Shore PRIME Melissa Schwartz had been doing kickboxing and Kenpo karate when her sensei added running to the training. Noting her exceptional speed, he suggested she race. “Always up for a [...]

How I started living anew in a Senior Living Community

How I started living anew in a Senior Living Community

By Marcia Raffel Levin City & Shore PRIME In 2015 I had four fender-benders. Then I broke my leg in two places. I realized that at 81 I might have to give up driving – and [...]

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 [...]