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.
As we begin our 53rd season, we look back upon the history of what has become one of the unusual regional magazine stories in the country. We say unusual; we might claim unique, for we know of no other magazine that compares to our broad distribution over such an affluent market on the east coast of Florida. There are only a few state magazines that come to mind: Texas Monthly, with 300,000 circulation, is the most successful. But statewide audiences are geographically much broader.
It turned out that such stories were few and far between in South Florida, for all manner of reasons. Primarily, the magazine was geared to the good life of the many people who lived here only for the balmy winters.
It seems some guys plan a proposal in almost the same detail that a bride plans the actual wedding. And that's not a bad thing.
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