Publisher's Letter

Publisher's Letter: An artist for the ages

Timing is everything. Just as we were enjoying Eric Barton’s piece on art collecting (page 36), it came to our attention the story of a 100-year...

Publisher's Letter: The Parkland Movement

This month’s coverage of the Parkland “March for our Lives” movement by Eric Barton mentions that it is a rare person in Broward County who was ...

Publisher's Letter: In Remembrance Of John Broderick

There are a lot of magazines out there. Estimates of city/regionals range into the thousands in a genre that hardly existed 50 years ago.

Consider The Source When Selecting Prize Winners

Our six Gulfstream Media Group publications will exceed 80,000 copies this fall.

Publisher's Letter: The Remarkable H. Wayne Huizenga

Although he hobnobbed with the rich and famous, including the sports heroes of the Dolphins, Marlins and Panthers, he also cared about the littl...

Publisher's Letter: Reflecting On The Marjory Stoneman Do...

His office memos, while not frequent, are invariably clever and entertaining, so much so that on more than one occasion we encouraged him to try...

Publisher's Letter: Brightline, Luxury Yachts And More Of...

Instead of spending resources on a stupid idea like the WAVE streetcar in downtown Fort Lauderdale, that money and effort should be spent where ...

Publisher's Letter: The True Cost Of Education

It is a curious situation, for the community schools are regarded among the best of that genre in the country, and not all the big universities ...

Publisher's Letter: Taking A Closer Look At Magic Leap

If you would expect the man to be a thrillingly geeky nerd, he sort of is, but he also has a touch of the Renaissance man.

Publisher's Letter - December 2017

“The problem is too much of a good thing. The traffic being generated has the old neighborhoods surrounding downtown up in arms.”