Art Wynwood and Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Cancelled

The Art Miami Show Group will host the shows as scheduled for the 2022 iterations
Hani Honey Company Bee Yard, photo by Delia Raresheid 1

Buzz Worthy Hobby for the New Year

Learn the art of beekeeping and hive maintenance with Hani Honey Company instructors

How The Change In Seasons Affects The Type Of Fishing You Should Be Doing

Seasonal shifts will bring significant change to weather and water conditions in Florida, which can often precede a dramatic shift in a fish’s eating habits.

Palm City’s Caroline Smith Has A Passion For Lacrosse That Started Right Here At...

Caroline Smith, of Palm City, has taken her talents to Liberty University in Virginia, where she shines on and off the lacrosse field.

Force of Nature

A floral fantasy of spring dresses in Florida’s raw and alluring outdoors

Nutrition tips for the novice runner

Nutrition tips for the novice runner Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Fri, 2014-11-21 12:32 Fueling for a marathon: The body doesn’t need supplemental carbohydrates for exercise that is less than an hour long. But once runners get past that hour, supplemental calories become extremely important, Wittenberg says. The recommended calorie intake for a marathon is about 90 calories for every 40 to 50 minutes. What to eat:Read more about Nutrition tips for the novice runner

Lucky in Love

Lucky in Love Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Mon, 2014-04-28 04:51 Being in the right place at the right time is more than being lucky – it’s about being prepared. For long-time Stuart residents Bill and Leila Oughterson, it was both. From being tucked snuggly in a bed for an emergency appendectomy when the atom bomb was dropped to seeing an old girlfriend who happened to introduce the future couple, they have lived a charmed life. Leila, 91, and Bill, 87, live comfortably at Sandhill Cove after years of using their energy to help others while making Martin County home.Read more about Lucky in Love
Robert Clay Kanzler

New Kid on the Block

Robert “Clay” Kanzler shares his large-scale oil paintings in a recently opened gallery space in downtown Stuart
The Claunch family takes their SeaVee out on the Loxahatchee River. Photo by George LaBonte

Fuel-Efficient Family Fun

With two young children they hoped to introduce to the joy of boating, Will and Alyssa Claunch found just the right vessel for their excursions and budget

Minimizing Clutter In The Home To Maximize Happiness

While family size has decreased significantly since the 1970s, the average home size has increased by more than 1,000 square feet. At the same time, rates of depression and anxiety have skyrocketed.


THE FASHION INFORMANT Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Mon, 2015-03-02 09:56 Wardrobe consultant and style blogger Marianne Humburg dishes about local trends and fashion in her monthly Stuart Magazine column and on her blog SPRING has arrived and with it comes the Fashion Color Report from Pantone®. This spring, the palette is filled with soft blues, subtle warm colors and beautiful, go-with-anything neutrals. Local shops are filled with tons of options to satisfy any color-lover from the bold to the subdued.Read more about THE FASHION INFORMANT

Handcrafting Beautiful Bloom Arrangements

Local florist Lindsay Carter walks our managing editor through the art of flower arranging and offers some professional tips to try
Brighten up the kitchen using yellow accents, Dianne Davant & Associates, Photo by Dan Forer

Expert Tips for Using the Color Combo of the Year

Stuart-based designer Dianne Davant offers advice on how to incorporate Ultimate Gray and Illuminating into your living space
Larry Lee Jr.

Profiles of Giving: Larry Lee Jr.

Grateful for the success he has achieved in his life, the former state representative is giving back by working to restore his old Fort Pierce community
Willie Daniels

Remembering Artist Willie Daniels

Remembering the legacy of Fort Pierce legend and original Highwaymen member Willie Daniels

A Touch of Cheer

A Touch of Cheer Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Mon, 2015-03-02 10:07 Carol Dee Ankrom has been called “artsy” her entire life. So, when it came time for the artist to name her burgeoning business, the task was simple. She decided on Artsy June – her nickname meshed with her daughter’s middle name. Whimsical by nature, each one of Ankrom’s paintings aims to capture the innocent delight that only a mix of children and creativity can convey.Read more about A Touch of Cheer
Citronella lotion bar

Lindsey Camillo is a Soap Star

The Palm City resident finds her passion crafting natural, vegan soaps for her eponymous brand Lindsey Jane Soaps.
Tyler Cameron is back home for good, growing a local business, renovating a new home in Hobe Sound, and starring in his own TV show filmed his hometown of Jupiter. Photo by Scott Teitler

At Home with Tyler Cameron

Tyler Cameron is back home for good, growing a local business, renovating a new home in Hobe Sound, and starring in his own TV show filmed in his hometown of Jupiter.

The Timekeepers

The Timekeepers Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Thu, 2015-01-29 09:42 Chimes, bells and melodies interrupt the constant tick-tock of clocks greeting visitors at Clocks By Hollis in Port St. Lucie, but the sounds certainly don’t bother the father-son team who run the shop. With dedication and passion in honoring the high-quality tradition of mechanical clocks, Phil and Kris Hollis fix, clean and sell every kind of timekeeper imaginable. All types – from Russian ship clocks and cuckoo clocks, to grandfather clocks and pocket watches – are on display.Read more about The Timekeepers
J.McLaughlin The Everglades Foundation Collection. Photo courtesy of J.McLaughlin

J.McLaughlin Launches Everglades Collection

The brand unveiled its fifth collection in partnership with The Everglades Foundation, available to shop through spring.