Stuart’s Michael Carpino Signed Up For The Army At Age 43, Fulfilling His Calling...

Stuart's Michael Carpino felt a calling to serve. He signed up for the Army at age 43, making him more than two decades older than the average Army recruit.

Leading Ladies of the Sea

Cheyenne Lee, Christina Weber, and Melissa Fox are at the top of their game

D-Dey Response Group Prepares Residents In Case Of Disaster

Cecilia and Don Deyo, both veterans who served overseas, have put their military muscle to use in Martin County by training members of the community to be helpful—not helpless—during a crisis.

The Duo Behind The Creek District Redesign

Meet the local couple behind the rebranding design for Stuart’s arts and entertainment district.

Johanna Wade’s Local Impact Through Wade Veterinary Services

Photography by Lindsey Potter Wade Veterinary Services operates unlike any other animal-care practice on the Treasure Coast.Dr. Johanna Wade, who started the business one year ago...

Meet The Two Stuart Women Behind Crunchi, An Organic Makeup Brand

Melanie Petschke and Kelly Weston founded Crunchi, an organic makeup company based in Stuart.

Faces of Change

From health care and family services to sustainability and the arts, these six local leaders spend their days working to improve quality of life in their communities

Six Locations Down, 25 To Go: Mulligan’s Expands Across South Florida

George Hart took a pizza shop in South Florida and turned it into a restaurant brand with six locations and the intent to add 25 more.

Get To Know Martin County Commissioner Harold Jenkins, A Businessman Turned Politician Fighting For...

From businessman to newly appointed Martin County commissioner, Harold Jenkins isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty.

Italian Restaurateur Pietro Valentini Discovered His Love Of Food While Scooping Ice Cream As...

As the owner of two popular waterfront restaurants, Pietro Valentini has found a recipe for success in great food and happy customers.

Mike Malizia on Perfecting the Putt

Elite golf coach Mike Malizia of NBC’s Golf Channel helps PLAYERS improve their game in Palm City

How Bob And Tracy Davis Came To Open Sailor’s Return In Stuart

After a short respite, Bob and Tracy Davis return to their culinary roots and open the favorite local hot spot Sailor's Return.

Rob Steele Has Big Plans As President Of The Historical Society Of Martin County

Rob Steele, the new president of the Historical Society of Martin County, wants to leverage Elliott Museum and the House of Refuge as Martin County’s leading destinations for arts and culture.

A Stuart Veterinarian’s Journey To Save Local Dogs Affected By Algae Bloom

Dr. Brandi Gallagher, a board-certified internal medicine expert, has positioned herself on the front lines treating dogs affected by the algae bloom in the Stuart area.

Mental Health Professional And Actress Kathy Cronkite Talks About Depression, Stereotypes And More

Kathy Cronkite battles the stigma surrounding depression and mental health. She comes to Palm City this month to speak about the disease, and her personal story that she shares in her new book.

How Golfer Ken Duke Perservered In The Face Of Adversity

What do life, golf and a moonshot share in common?One mild miscalculation, one innocent alteration, one unnoticed deviation, and you could end up landing...

Stuart Magazine’s 40 Under 40: Rising Stars Of The Treasure Coast

Photography by Austen AmackerWe’ve scoured the Treasure Coast in search of individuals making a difference in the community all under the age of 40....

Palm City’s Stacy Weller Ranieri Talks The Firefly Group, Painting And Life On The...

Stacy Weller Ranieri, a Palm City resident, created an organization committed to projects that make a difference in the community.

Waterblasting Technologies’ James Crocker Shares His Secrets To Success

After turning a pressure-washing business into a multimillion-dollar manufacturing company, James Crocker shares the secrets of his success.

Meet Lee Tilton Of Tilton And Tilton Law In Jensen Beach

Lee Tilton of Tilton & Tilton Law in downtown Jensen Beach has roots that run deeper than the pineapple plants that once flourished in the city. The great-grandson of an original Martin County commissioner, Tilton’s partner is his 94-year-old grandfather.