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Standout Cover Captures
the Heart of the Community


   The Villages Magazine's graphic
   designer Brandon Attwell took
   on the tedious task of arranging
   240 golf balls in the shape of
   “630,” representing the number
   of holes of golf offered in The

   We wanted to celebrate the
   unique golf community of The
   Villages with our annual Golf

   See the full magazine here.

   Submitted by Kathryn Deen, Feature Editor & Columnist



Publishing Milestone



   This year, Orlando magazine
   is celebrating its 70th! Read
   more about our anniversary
   and magazine history by
   clicking here.

   Participate in our fun cover
   search challenge by clicking

    Submitted by Christine Dupont, Art Director


Peruvian Power


   On the cover: chef Gaston
   Acurio, a superstar in his
   native Peru, whose new
   La Mar joins 200+ Peruvian
   restaurants in South Florida
   that range from modest
   cevicherias to elegant
   waterfront hotspots. Where
   to eat, what to order, and
   how best to enjoy this
   sophisticated cuisine. Also
   in this issue: a loving look
   at Hialeah, now attracting
   young residents drawn to
   hip comfort-food restaurants
   and its colorful Hispanic

     Submitted by Gretchen Schmidt, Design


Freaky Florida


   As part of its February issue,
   Boca Raton asked illustrator
   Matt Mignanelli to capture some
   of the strange-but-true crimes
   featured in our "Freaky Florida"

     Submitted by Kevin Kaminski, Editor


Boca Reality


   For its high-season issue, Boca
   Raton tracked down eight locals
   who had appeared on major
   reality TV shows and asked them
   to dish on what it's really like
   behind the scenes at "American
   Idol," "The Amazing Race" and
   other top programs.

     Submitted by Kevin Kaminski, Editor




   This issue featured Lucille
   Ball along with other stories
   about Carole King, Rock
   Hudson, Doris Day, The
   Saturday Evening Post,
   Charles Schultz, Classic
   National Geographic images,
   Arnold Palmer, and Tom Brady
   in College. It’s all about the

   Submitted by Bruce H. Berns, Publisher

   25 Impact Players



     As the Palm Beaches' leading
   lifestyle magazine, we wanted
   to produce an issue in which
   we focus on the feats of leaders
   and influencers around town.
   We wanted to focus on
   individuals who have paved
   and are currently impacting our
   region. And thus, the "25
   Impact Players" was born.

   Submitted by Nila Do, Managing Editor

   Beautiful People



     Each year Stuart Magazine
   produces an issue featuring
   local individuals we call our
   "Beautiful People." We want
   to highlight locals who have
   made a difference in their
   community as well as show
   beauty from the inside out.

   Submitted by Nila Do, Managing Editor

   Illustrated Cover Gold



    This cover is our first illustrated
    one in more than three decades.
    We wanted to depict the Miami
    Marlins' president, Jeffrey Loria,
    in a way that we felt no photo
    could have done. We found a
    fantastic illustrator who captured
    our thoughts to create a spot-on

       Submitted by Nila Do, Managing Editor

  POWerful Cover




    Who says trade magazines
    are boring? Everyone likes
    to enjoy their job and we
    make our mission at Florida
    Realtor to keep things up
    tempo, motivational and
    inspiring as well as in-the-
    weeds practical.
       Submitted by Doug Damerst, editor in chief



  Healthy & Fun!




Looking to improve your health
    and have fun at the same time?
    Be sure to read Lake Mary
    Healthy Living Magazine for in-       
    depth articles on exercise,
    nutrition and lifestyle. Improving
    your life is our goal.

    Submitted by: Judith Topper, Publisher