Stories In May/June 2017 Issue Of InFlorida Magazine

  • Keeping the Light at Jupiter Inlet

    • By Josh Liller
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Until Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse was electrified in 1928, keepers had the daily task of carrying a two- to-three gallon can of fuel (weighing about 30 lbs.) up the 105 stairs to fuel the lamp. read more

  • Not Grandpa's Cup of Joe

    • By Cristyle Egitto
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    The brothers’ South Florida roots are reflected in the space with bright blue walls, colorful artwork by photographers like Captain Kimo and Tanya Burnett, a surfboard resting in the corner, and burlap sack pillows. read more

  • The Meeting of the Burts

    • By InJupiter Staff Writer
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Burt Reynolds, the actor, visits Burt Reynolds, the Sea Turtle at Loggerhead Marinelife Center read more

  • Paradise In My Room

    • By InJupiter Staff Writer
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Dan Mackin’s colorful paintings of paradise are so sought after that he has even collaborated with Wyland, Disney, and Brian Wilson — they all long for a bit of his beautiful interpretations of peaceful beaches and wave-crested oceans. read more

  • Flagler Depot Renovations

    • By Monique Belanger
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    What makes this revival even more significant is that out of the original 28 depots that were located from Jacksonville to Key West, there are only eight left, one being in our very own backyard. read more

  • Meeting John Craig’s Robert and Tanweer

    • By InFlorida Staff Writer
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    John Craig Clothiers is known for quality clothing and uncommon fashion that the discerning gentleman cannot find in the “average” shops. In the Jupiter location, you can expect outstanding service from two of the most talented gentlemen ever to grace a store. read more

  • Framed!

    • By InJupiter Staff
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Learn to make professional frames. read more

  • InJupiter Meets JOFIT's Joanne

    • By InFlorida Staff Writer
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Joanne Cloak, the CEO and founder of JOFIT, never envisioned herself as the proprietor of a retail store — let alone the name behind a wildly popular brand of clothing and accessories designed not only for athletic women, but for real women, with fitness goals and fitting concerns. read more

  • One Of The Good Guys

    • By Juan Sagarbarría
    • Added on Apr 26, 2017

    Over five decades a resident, Thomson has seen Jupiter go from a modest beachside town into one of the most coveted locations to reside in all of the United States. read more