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Lake & Sumter Style — Lake and Sumter Counties' premier life+style magazine — lives on the cutting edge, utilizing innovative design and revolutionary, award-winning photography. Trendy-modern-fashionable Style focuses on the lifestyle that makes Central Florida a great place to live and work!
A downtown upgrade

A downtown upgrade

Leesburg city commissioners recently agreed to move forward with plans to improve the look of the downtown throughway from U.S. Highway 27 to Ninth Street. The $3.8 million Main Street streetscape project picks up where things left off nearly two…
Florida Staycation

Florida Staycation

Summer … when most of us make elaborate vacation plans. But if you want to avoid paying a fortune for gasoline or airline tickets, consider sticking closer to home to take in some of Florida’s unique towns and attractions. Here…
STYLE TV: Mellow Mushroom

STYLE TV: Mellow Mushroom

Style TV host Tina Morrison takes us to Mount Dora’s Mellow Mushroom to preview the pizza and atmosphere patrons enjoy.
STYLE TV: Dirty Jobs

STYLE TV: Dirty Jobs

Check out this week’s episode of Style TV, as host Tina Morrison takes us through some of Lake County’s dirtiest jobs.
STYLE TV: Business Men of Style

STYLE TV: Business Men of Style

Here it is.. the moment you have been waiting for… The new episode of Style TV featuring the Business Men of Style and our lovely new host, Tina Morrison. Check it out.
Dirty Jobs

Dirty Jobs

MECHANIC: Lake-Sumter Transmissions, Leesburg Inside the 10-bay garage of Lake-Sumter Transmissions, mechanic James Rowe carefully lays parts on a metal work bench as he disassembles a transmission. “Thank God for improved soap,” says James, whose forearms, hands, and fingernails are…
In the business of succeeding

In the business of succeeding

Ryan Veraghen proves that working hard and having fun are not mutually exclusive STORY: James Combs / PHOTOS: Fred Lopez For most, a simple banking transaction would be a ho-hum experience. But not for Ryan Veraghen, who does everything with…
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