There seemed to be more of almost everything—including a record crowd and near-constant winds gusting up to 40 mph—at the second edition the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival, which took place on 800 bucolic acres near Florida's biggest lake from March 2 though March 6.
Stuart Magazine Is Participating In Martin County Rocks, And There Are Plenty Of Local Prizes In Store
When our readers are excited about something, it’s hard not to be just as enthused. After hearing so many delightful stories about locals joining in on the Martin County Rocks craze, we at Stuart Magazine decided to jump in on the fun.
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Lucky's Market Opening In Port St. Lucie Is A Natural Foods Store That Lets You Sip Wine While You Shop
A natural grocery store where you can sip wine while you stroll the aisles is coming to the Treasure Coast. Lucky's Market, which offers an extensive selection of local, organic, vegan and gluten-free items, plans to open in Port St. Lucie by the end of this year.
Hundreds of sharks were recently spotted off the coast of Fort Pierce, as seen in new footage captured by a local drone videographer. The aerial video—filmed from Fort Pierce Inlet to Vero Beach between Feb. 5 and Feb. 10—shows up to an estimated 500 blacktip sharks, which are known to migrate south to waters off local shores this time of year.