In developing countries, young girls often walk for up to six hours a day—all to collect and carry home as much water as possible, usually in little more than rusty cans. In Stuart, young girls her age carry backpacks full of books and think little of struggling to access staple needs—a difference that fills 18-year-old Adriana Mancini with gratitude, and conviction. That’s why the global water crisis "has taken a personal place in my heart," Adriana said.
The Jupiter Island Public Safety Department was recently awarded a Certification of Accreditation—referred to by law-enforcement professionals as the “Gold Seal of Excellence.”
A favorite local tropical-themed seafood restaurant has made a big “up”-grade, creating room for even more guests looking to dine on the water. Mulligan’s Beach House in Jensen Beach recently expanded to include a second-story patio, complete with bar seating and a dining area. Construction on the second floor wrapped on March 15.
At the end of a long day, it sometimes feels impossible to resist whipping out our phones and snapping a photo of Stuart's cotton candy skies. From the picturesque views of Sewall's Point to sunsets overlooking the St. Lucie River, here are seven stunning photos submitted by Stuart locals and beloved visitors that prove the Treasure Coast is no stranger to those majestic pink and golden tones.
It’s official. Our 2017 Stuart Magazine wedding giveaway is over, and we’ve selected a very special couple to tie the knot with a little help from the area’s fabulous vendors.
Curt Whiticar, founder of Whiticar Boat Works, died Tuesday after prolonged congestive heart failure and kidney issues. He was 106. Known as a legend in the community, Whiticar and his family have called Stuart home since 1917.
There seemed to be more of almost everything—including a record crowd and near-constant winds gusting up to 40 mph—at the second edition the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival, which took place on 800 bucolic acres near Florida's biggest lake from March 2 though March 6.
The legendary George Clinton is bringing the funk to the 2017 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival with hits like “Flash Light,” “Atomic Dog,” “Aqua Boogie,” and “One Nation Under a Groove.”
When our readers are excited about something, it’s hard not to be just as enthused. After hearing so many delightful stories about locals joining in on the Martin County Rocks craze, we at Stuart Magazine decided to jump in on the fun.
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