Features

by Ike Crumpler Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Top realtors advise on how to make the most of the returning real-estate market.

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by Steven Martine Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Local photographer Steven Martine spent a week exploring the Galápagos Islands with a group of notables. From finding larger-than-life lizards, to crossing boulder-sized lava rocks, to discovering mouth-watering empanadas, Martine shares his travels that are easy for Floridians to emulate.

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by Wendy Dwyer Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Discover the best of the Treasure Coast in 20 categories, according to you—our reader. winners of best brunch to best mechanic were voted for throughout A season-long poll on StuartMagazine.com.

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by Bernard McCormick Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

There was Disneyland in California. The author recalls the early years of the original Disney theme park.

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by Madelaine Boyer May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Some say superheroes are only found on the pages of comic books. But these six Treasure Coast residents are as close as it gets to the real-life version. Not only do they share many similarities with their superhero counterparts, but they also strive to help our communities.

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by Ike Crumpler May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Fears, stereotypes and preconceptions are blasted away as charity clay shoots introduce more people to firearms.

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by Lauren Capps May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

This year’s family friendly event will highlight food, music and games, all for a good cause.

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by Alyssa Morlacci Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The youngest generation to join the workforce tends to get a bad rep. Millennials are pegged as lazy, entitled, tech-obsessed and non-committal professionally, and romantically. But these eight stand-out Treasure Coast residents are challenging stereotypes through impressive accomplishments from creating a fitness wear brand to opening a recording studio.

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by Ike Crumpler Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Moms for Mental Health doesn’t slow down its message with meetings, dues or committees. Membership is simple: just spread the word.

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by Ike Crumpler Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

When one woman donates $1,000, not much of a difference is made for the recipient. But when the women belonging to Impact 100’s new Martin County branch each give $1,000, a voted on local organization receives a game-changing donation.

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