Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
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August 18, 2017

Features

Hot Topics

Hot Topics

The seventh annual list of everything we love in Lake & Sumter. It sizzles with Style. It’s a blistering trend. It’s so hot, it’s cool.   Salon Jaylee offers summer’s hot trends Stylist and makeup: Clinton Kennedy; Photos: Fred Lopez Hottest Trends in Home Décor “Retro” is still in, according to Lisa DeCicco, manager at Temptations in Mount Dora, owned by Doreen Densmore. Edison lamps look vintage but are brand new.…
The Hot List

The Hot List

They’re the best people, place, & things in Lake and Sumter counties. The readers have voted and Style presents this year’s hot list. No doubt, you’ll find some of your favorites on this amazing list!   Hair Stylist  Dina Simpson, Renew Day Spa, 20.13% Runner up: Danielle Daugherty, Mia Bella, 18.01% Massage Therapist Nicki Lord, Nikki’s Therapeutic Massage, 34.77% Runner up: Dawn Couillette, Mia Bella Salon Spa, 17.50% Bartender Joyce Huey,…
Wildwood Rising

Wildwood Rising

Trailwinds Village, a large-scale mixed-use development, may be a sign of things to come in the growing city. The right plan finally came along, and a dormant piece of property in Wildwood now is a hot commodity. The Trailwinds Village development is slowly starting to rise on 165 acres on the north side of County Road 466A in Wildwood, in between U.S. Highway 301 and…
Invite Death To The Party

Invite Death To The Party

Talking about death should be as natural as talking about living a good life.  Death Café of Lake County invites you to sit down and talk openly about death. This is not a support group for any particular individuals—those who have recently lost a loved one or friend, those who have someone they know facing death, those who fear death, or even those who know…
Technically speaking

Technically speaking

Lake and Sumter Counties are on the cusp of some exciting changes in technology. MEDICAL 3D knees Bill Eggert of The Villages was apprehensive after learning he needed a total knee replacement. After all, he endured surgery on his left knee 11 years ago. It was a slow and painful recovery. But this time would be different. His surgeon, Dr. John T. Williams, Jr. of…
Paving the way to tech’s future

Paving the way to tech’s future

   The Florida High Tech Corridor connects counties, including Lake and Sumter, to resources to maximize their technological development. Lake and Sumter counties are trying to stake their claim in the still-evolving economy of technology, as a giant network guides a large swath of the state toward growth in the industry. The Florida High Tech Corridor spans 23 counties banding together in an economic development…
Technology’s educational path to the future

Technology’s educational path to the future

Technology continues to develop at a rapid pace, and higher education institutions in Lake and Sumter counties aim to prepare students. Beacon College, Lake Technical College, and Lake-Sumter State College have designed courses and degree programs to match today’s technological-focused workforce. Game design and animation courses are popular at Beacon College, the first accredited institution of higher learning to award bachelor’s degrees to students with…
He’s Electric

He’s Electric

Through his company, Electrical Works, Joe Ciceri provides superior customer service. Joe Ciceri is wired to be an electrician. Having worked in the industry for 23 years, the lifelong Lake County resident has found it a rewarding, profitable, and fun career. “I love working with my hands, and I have always been fascinated with technology and electronics,” he says. “This career has been a great…
Before I Die…

Before I Die…

Life is short, so an art project in Eustis is inspiring people to take charge of their dreams—now. Think of it as a bucket list scribbled on a wall. Except it’s not just your bucket list—it’s a list for the whole community. Actually, for the whole world. The city of Eustis has joined a global art movement by displaying the “Before I Die…” Wall, a…
Mia Bella!

Mia Bella!

The 2017 Business Woman of Style proves one can persevere over obstacles to make the dream of owning a business come true. Next, she wants to empower other women to succeed, too. Story: Theresa Campbell // Photos: Fred Lopez Danielle Daugherty, 32, and her mother, Dawn Couliette, 53, broke down in tears and hugged each other when they realized one of them would grace this…
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