Issue 24.25 Remarkable People

By : Jake Stevens
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OGC artistic director James Rode expanded the chorus in 2017 and mad the art world take notice, out city council chair Darden Rice’s re-election and remission, Florida Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith name breakthrough LGBTQ politician, anti-LGBTQ group files suit against Tampa’s conversion therapy ban, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Watermark Issue 24.25 // December 14 – 27, 2017

Political Leader | Page 8
Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith dedicates the first ever Tammy Baldwin Breakthrough Award to Pulse first responder let go from duty.

Hate in Our State | Page 10
Anti-LGBTQ group the Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit against the city of Tampa’s conversion therapy ban.

Be PrEPared | Page 13
Florida Health announced they will make the HIV preventative medication Truvada available for free through all state health departments by the end of 2018.

The Other Side of Life | Page 19
Watermark columnist Jason LeClerc says America has a “Sunday problem” and we need to get to work fixing it.

Wonderful World of Wanzie | Page 21
“Was voting for the most ill-mannered, ill-tempered, emotionally unstable, child-like man to ever ascend to the Presidency really a good thing to have done?” —Michael Wanzie, in his latest column “Wonderful World of Wanzie”

2017 Most Remarkable People | Page 25
As 2017 comes to a close, we honor the 17 most remarkable people across Central Florida and Tampa Bay.

The Last Page | Page 54
It’s time to meet the newest member of the Watermark family, our new Multimedia Assistant Melody Maia Monet.

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