Emerald Coast Magazine - Emerald Coast Magazine October-November 2008

Thanksgiving with the Chefs

Thanksgiving with the ChefsPrepare a Gourmet Meal With Recipes From Emerald Coast Culinary Stars By Ashley Kahn Thanksgiving is a time for family, for laughter and for gratitude. It’s a holiday of oversized sweaters, unbuttoned waistbands, hours of football and…

Mother?s Bond Transcends

Mother’s Bond Transcends Earthly RootsA Daughter Cultivates Her Mother’s Legacy Beyond the Bounds of Place and Time  By Jennifer Walker-Journey I have my mother’s hands. They are a woman’s hands, creased and well used. Nearly nine years to the day…

Emerald Coast Business Journal

The Young and the Fearless Young Professionals Capitalize on the Emerald Coast of Today While Actively Shaping Its Tomorrow  By Ashley Kahn Youth is impulsive. Youth is ambitious. Youth is ephemeral, but while it is theirs, the next generation of…

Little Luxuries

Little LuxuriesFrom Bunco to Paddle Boarding, Find Out What These Emerald Coast Residents Look Forward to Doing on Their Own Time By Wendy O. Dixon and Ashley Kahn Money can buy a lot of things – a mansion, a diamond,…

The New Shape of Fitness

The New Shape of FitnessMake Your Workout Routine Anything But With Exercise Trends From the Dance Stage to the Drill Field   By Beth Nabi The rest of the country has already put away their terrycloth beach towels and dug out…

Paradise Found: Eden Gardens

Paradise Found at Eden Gardens Each Season Brings New Discovery at the Emerald Coast’s Very Own ‘Garden of Eden’  By Joyce Owen For those looking for a change of pace from the hustle and bustle of modern-day Florida, Eden Gardens…

Adventures of a Single Dad

Adventures of a Single DadOne Loving Father Makes the Most of Fatherhood on His Own By Michael Ferguson By far, spending time with my kids comprises the greatest moments of my existence. It defines me. It’s what I live for.…

One to Watch: Anne Hunter

One to Watch: Anne Hunter By Joyce Owen Anne Hunter walked away from corporate America in 2004 in search of new meaning for her personal and professional life. She had visited the Emerald Coast as a child, and four years…

Industrial Revolution

Industrial RevolutionDecorative Concrete Comes Out of the Bag – and into the Limelight By Ashley Kahn Concrete gets a bad rap. Take your friendly neighborhood sidewalk. It’s gray. It’s rough. It has enough cracks in it to do some serious…