Publisher's Letter

by Kim Capen May 2018 Also on Digital Edition

My wedding day... I loved planning it, delegating all the fun stuff to family, friends and my wedding planner. I did what so many brides-to-be would do in the ’90s locally—I found my dress on Las Olas Boulevard.

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by Kim Capen Apr 2018 Also on Digital Edition

I live in a home of Generation Z kids. They are the ones born after the millennials, and they are emerging as the next big population of interest for marketing research, cultural studies and the “what’s hot” forecasters

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by Kim Capen Mar 2018 Also on Digital Edition

It happens at the end of every year—we begin our search for our “Before and After” makeovers of rooms by local interior designers to inspire you to start a makeover project yourself. And every year it never fails—we get too many amazing rooms to publish.

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by Kim Capen Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

With new neighborhoods and job growth, we should be seeing some exciting new numbers for our areas.

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by Kim Capen Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Look for a forthcoming story on how Brightline could impact residents across Martin and St. Lucie counties.

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by Kim Capen Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

As a child growing up in Florida, I couldn’t wait for a cold day to arrive.

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by KIM CAPEN Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

This is not an easy topic, but let’s face it: health care has been at the top of all our minds for a long time.

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by KIM CAPEN Oct 2017 Also on Digital Edition

When disaster strikes, our human instinct is to help, fix or give back.

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by Kim Capen Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Years ago, I produced a feature on the best burgers in town. What a blast.

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by Kim Capen May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

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.

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