StarStruck Theatre Will Welcome Vanessa Williams In March. Here She Talks About Motherhood, Work...

Broadway star, entertainer, actress, recording artist, model—Vanessa Williams does it all. We caught up with the Hollywood beauty to discuss her work ethic, happiness and upcoming performance at the StarStruck Theatre Gala in Stuart on March 3.

Audubon Of Martin County President John Nelson Discovered His Love For Florida’s Wildlife While...

Wildlife lover John Nelson, who serves as president of the Audubon of Martin County, shares his love of nature.

Howie Mandel Will Be At Fort Pierce’s Sunrise Theatre In December. Here’s What He...

Emmy award-winning comedian Howie Mandel will perform his hilarious stand-up at Fort Pierce’s Sunrise Theatre in December. We caught up with the host of “Deal or No Deal” and judge on “America’s Got Talent” to find out what makes him laugh, where he gets his material and how he recaptures the room when one of his improvisational riffs misses the mark.

Nonprofit Leader Mary Barnes Founds Alzheimer’s Community Care To Erase The Stigma Around Mental...

A longtime advocate for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia disorders, Mary Barnes, the CEO of Alzheimer’s Community Care, is changing the way we regard mental health.

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.

Southeast Florida Honor Flight Helps Veterans Travel To Washington, D.C., To Visit Their War...

Stuart Magazine’s Kayla Walsh travels to Washington, D.C., on a Southeast Florida Honor Flight with 80 WWII veterans. Here she recounts the day—from the cannon salutes to the emotional return home.

Dr. Becky Campbell’s Life-Changing Experience With Functional Medicine Inspired Her To Open Her Own...

After a life-changing experience with functional medicine, Dr. Becky Campbell opened her own practice on the Treasure Coast to help people eat, live and move better.

Martin County Philanthropist Bobbie Trimble Leaves Behind Long Legacy Of Giving

The late Barbara Briggs Trimble dedicated her life to philanthropy and helping those in need.

Making Waves

Head swim coach Sion Brinn has returned to Indian River State College – the school that first gave him the support to become a national record-winning swimmer.

Making a house a home

If you’ve ever been inspired by the fresh, warm interior design looks by Dianne Davant and her team, you’re in good company.

Living off the Land

Environmental science teacher Lea-Ann Willems shares her sustainable lifestyle message with students, encouraging them to cultivate a passion for the environment.

Pitch Perfect

Nerve damage and a freak accident may have cut short Jessica Cusimano’s time on the mound, but that didn’t stop the star softball player from delivering a perfect pitch

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

Behind the Camera

Photographer Steven Martine has built his dream career, shooting for National Geographic and famous musicians. And, in his free time, he also competes in bike races that take him thousands of miles across the United States.

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

Auction King

Auction King Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Mon, 2014-12-29 06:15 Some days, auctioneer John McInnis is appraising and selling a small coin collection, personal antiques or fine jewelry. Other days, he’s organizing a major sale of John F. Kennedy’s personal items, including a bomber jacket that sold for $655,550. And other days, he’s auctioning off fragments of a historic battle flag that is now on display at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.Read more about Auction King

Centennial Mayor

Centennial Mayor, The Toledo, Ohio, native first moved to Florida in 1994, and relocated to Stuart in 1995.

Exceptional Entrepreneur

For entrepreneur Craig Danzig, there were PET/CT scans before Porsches, medical films before Ferraris and medical billing before Bugattis.

Family Ties

Family Ties Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Mon, 2014-11-24 04:06 The library’s literature selection beckons bookworms to comfy chairs – until the adjacent ice cream parlor poses too many tasty temptations. Then the living room, with its 30-foot-high ceiling and arched windows, entices with a snuggly couch, fireplace and grand piano. Grand Oaks of Jensen Beach resembles – with all the amenities – an upscale resort. Instead, it’s the latest luxury-assisted living facility from the founders of Visiting Nurse Association of Florida.Read more about Family Ties

At the Top of His Lungs

At the Top of His Lungs Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2014-10-28 09:34 Some boys dream of being a boat captain or a construction worker, but not Dr. Dennis Tishko. Director of the Martin Health System’s Lung Health Center, Tishko always wanted to be a surgeon.Read more about At the Top of His Lungs