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Publisher's Letter

This Season, Stuart Magazine Is Ready To Give You An 'All Access' Pass To The Treasure Coast's Hottest Happenings. Here's What It Means.

He may not be a household name yet, but for our first issue of the season, we put Keller Williams on the cover

Williams is a musician whose style incorporates bluegrass, folk, alternative rock and reggae, and he’s coming to downtown Stuart to launch our new section “All Access”—a guide for everything entertainment. 

Now, as a restaurant and dining venue, you are able to have a top spot in this “All Access” section, including an amazing newsletter to give your venue or event a top spot to announce upcoming happenings. Our expanded social photos online and new “On the Town” picks will be available as well.

None of this is possible without our amazing team. From our new managing editor, Alyssa Morlacci, to our productions team of Brian Beach and Susan Dorta who jumped in and helped out at Stuart Magazine, their hard work is worth noting. We also welcome our new contributor Ron Hart, owner of Terra Fermata, who will be writing a monthly column on entertainment in Martin and St. Lucie counties.

We are very excited to announce our contests and special entry tickets to venues by offering you the chance to win an “All Access” Lanyard. Stay tuned to find out how to enter. We have much more planned, including an annual entertainment magazine that is in the works for the new year. 

We know this is an ambitious new part of the magazine—full of  free content on entertainment—but we’ll be ruthlessly focused, creative and consistent. Those challenges drive us and make us so excited. Other features worth mentioning include our announcement of the new leader at the Martin County Community Foundation. We celebrate 25 years of the Treasure Coast Food Bank and its brand new kitchen to help continue the feeding the hungry. And, as promised, we have continued our coverage on the Treasure Coast’s water situation

We would love to hear from you. For now, we are thrilled you’re here to see what we have been building during these past few months, and we thank you for joining us on the journey.