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.
Fears, stereotypes and preconceptions are blasted away as charity clay shoots introduce more people to firearms.
This year’s family friendly event will highlight food, music and games, all for a good cause.
Travis Leonard’s contributions to the community not only include large pools, but also impressive donations to local charities and non-profits.
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.
The real power play is a masculine watch.
For family fun and a chance to win up to $5,000 in cash and prizes, register for the fourth annual Kingfish, Dolphin & Wahoo Fishing Tournament benefiting the Advocates for the Rights of the Challenged of Martin County on June 17. Weigh-ins and registration are located at Twisted Tuna from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. ($200/before May 30, $250/after; arcmc.org)
When I learned that the United States Golf Association proposed major changes to the Rules of Golf, (effective Jan. 1, 2019), I immediately thought of Brian Hughes—my good friend, fellow PGA Master Professional, College of Golf program director and Rules of Golf expert.
WHAT THEY DO: Kristine, 32, is a Martin County School District teacher, and James, 34, is a senior media buyer at a private firm in Boca Raton.
It seems like everyone is on a gluten-free diet these days. Some individuals avoid the protein found in wheat, rye and barley for health reasons; others feel that avoiding the foods makes them feel better. If you’re headed on a gluten-free path, check out these local eateries that offer menu items that limit the gluten but still have the taste.
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