Bernard McCormick is the former Publisher of Gold Coast Magazine where he served for almost 50 years. He was also part of the staff that pioneered the modern city magazine at Philadelphia Magazine before moving to Florida in 1970. In addition he has written for the New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sun-Sentinel, Miami Herald as well as numerous national magazines. A graduate of La Salle University in Philadelphia, he roots for all Big Five basketball teams, except when they play the Explorers. Now retired, Bernie remains a strong voice in the publishing industry.
|Location||Florida, United States|
|Interests||Trains, Tri-Rail, Football Uniforms (or any uniforms, for the matter), JFK Assassination, Singing, George Burns Lines, Garrison Keillor acts, Maguire's Hill 16 and Seersucker Pants|
|Favourite Films||From Here to Eternity, All Quiet On The Western Front, Saving Private Ryan, Bridge On The River Kwai, The Sting, Gettysburg and Doctor Zhivago.|
|Favourite Music||College fight songs, show tunes, especially Rogers and Hart and Rogers and Hammerstein, Louis Armstrong, the Theme From Patton and anything else by John Williams, "If I Could Talk To The Animals" (by Sammy Davis, Jr.), "Penny Lane" (The Beatles), Tantum Ergo and other songs by St. Thomas Aquinas.|
|Favourite Books||Anything written by Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Salinger, O'Hara, Jimmy Breslin and Fonzi|