Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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Publisher’s letter: This is us

Publisher’s letter: This is us

In crisis, our community bands together. During the past month or more of isolation due to COVID-19, you have been hungry for news and we have been proud to do our part to meet your needs by providing daily updates…
Knowledge is power!

Knowledge is power!

One of the wonders of living with small children is how quickly and how much they learn. It’s always exciting to learn something new. At Style magazine, we feel you never outgrow the need to learn, and we’re pretty sure…
That’s extraordinary!

That’s extraordinary!

You’d think we’d eventually run out of extraordinary subjects for our annual Extraordinary issue, but with the continued growth and changes in Lake and Sumter counties, that’s just not possible. Extraordinary people are never difficult to find in a place…
In the dark corners

In the dark corners

Normally, our magazine covers lifestyle events and entertains with profiles of the many interesting people living in our area. But once a year, we step back and take a serious look at what’s happening in Lake and Sumter counties. This…
From the Publisher

From the Publisher

It’s finally here—the Hot! Issue, which is everybody’s favorite, not just mine! The eighth annual Best of the Best Hot! List is bigger and better than ever. We know our readers love to vote for their favorite everything, and we’re…
Man, oh man

Man, oh man

Ten years ago, I made the most important and best decision of my life. I married my soul mate and wonderful husband, Doug. We came into the marriage with our own children. I had two sons and a daughter, Michael,…
My favorite of all time! 

My favorite of all time! 

For those of you who are avid readers of Style, you probably have already predicted that I am going to tell you that this is one of my favorite issues of the year. If so, you are correct. In fact,…
Documenting the past 

Documenting the past 

We have a tradition of documenting  our lives and important events since the beginning of time. First, it was done by carving pictures and letters onto walls in caves and mountainsides, then by writing scrolls, and eventually, books. It seems…
From the publisher: To our readers

From the publisher: To our readers

Typically, I use this opportunity to talk about our current issue and all the great people we are featuring. This month, I’m going to address our readers about a question that continues to arise. Are your print magazines going away?…
Divine intervention

Divine intervention

Many times, people ask me, “Where do you come up with the ideas for the magazine?” Most of the time the answer is by doing research about what is going on within the community or seeing what some of the…
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