Ocala Style October ’19

In this month’s issue, photographer Dave Miller gives us an emotional look at the devastation in the Bahamas wrought by Hurricane Dorian—and how Ocala is helping with relief efforts in an Ocala Style exclusive. We get things cooking with delicious dishes from local event designer Marge Felix and a seasonal pumpkin bread recipe from food contributor Laura Venosa. April Olmstead creates treasure from trash in this month’s artist profile and the Appleton Museum of Art celebrates over 50 years of the Pop Art movement. Plus, we’ve got you covered for fall, from the scoop on local haunted spaces and a look at Florida’s only native breed of horse, to the best fall fashions.

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