They don’t wear capes and hold shields in everyday life. But they do act with honor and integrity, and try to set an example in the fields they represent. They are everyday people with everyday jobs. But to us, they are superheroes. A price comes with it. It means they’re taking responsibility in their community, and they are willing to put their well-being on the line to keep others healthy and safe.
Your home should tell guests who you are and show them what you love.
Wow, here it is our food and beer issue! For me, putting together this issue served as a wonderful reminder of the many great things the area has to offer in the food and beer arena.
I love the start of a new year—you get to have a fresh start to create new possibilities and hopefully, like me, a clean slate after a very busy end of 2016.
The saying goes that, “Every story has its end, but in life, every ending is just a new beginning.” As we come to the close of 2016, we thank you for joining us on this journey, and look forward to bringing to fruition all that we have planned for the New Year.
The holiday season is a won- derful opportunity to focus on our community’s chari- table organizations, and this month, we celebrate Molly’s House and its 20th anniversary.
As we welcome our new All Access entertainment section with open arms, we would be remiss not to mention features on the Martin County Community Foundation, Treasure Coast Food Bank, and the Treasure Coast’s water situation.
Like most of you, I’ve been watching the presidential candidates with great interest, and deep concern—for the fate of our country, and for our world. Regardless, it’s important that everyone goes to the polls and exercises their rights to vote for the candidates of their choice.
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