City & Shore has always been a magazine that savored the good life in South Florida. And we still are, in the new issue exploring the careful ways that we can.
We might have been getting ready to go to the BB&T Center to see John Legend, the one-man entertainment franchise who’s been bringing it (almost) everywhere this summer. But, like every other live show, coronavirus claimed his Bigger Love tour and its Aug. 18 South Florida stop, which in another year would likely have been the summer’s hottest ticket.
Like almost every other pandemic-stranded artist, Legend has compensated by taking his talents online with a live-stream performance blitz – including a World Health Organization initiative, his #TogetherAtHome series, an Instagram faceoff with Alicia Keys and his first virtual live concert. He’s just one of the many artists we’ll be seeing virtually this pandemic season in our living rooms – quickly becoming the best seats in the house. We’ll show you some of the best – including John Legend’s – in the new issue.
We also go inside five South Florida home offices likely to appeal to any remote worker, get outside and explore the Florida Trail, consider whether now might actually be a great time to buy a home, get behind the wheel of the electrifying Jaguar I-PACE EV 400, learn how doctors and medical science continue to make breakthroughs in amazing ways and cool off with some of the summer’s best rosé wines, served in unusual ways.
All this and more in the August issue of City & Shore, coming Sunday in popular print, digital and online at http://www.cityandshore.com/