Watermark’s Wedding Bells: Erik Neinstedt and Stuart Whitfield

By : Lora Korpar
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Erik Neinstedt described his wedding to Stuart Whitfield as an amazing day and a whirlwind, with everyone from their friends and family to coworkers and even a high school teacher to support the couple and give them a sparkler sendoff.

“Our officiant, Jim, told us at the beginning of the ceremony to look around and take in the moment,” Erik said. “I can clearly remember looking around to see all our family and friends’ faces and just feeling so appreciative they were there supporting us.”

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The Last Page: Steve Brown, CEO accesso Technology Group / co-owner The Glass Knife

By : Jeremy Williams
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The Last Page is dedicated to individuals who are making a positive impact on the LGBTQ community in Central Florida and Tampa Bay.

This issue, we check in with Steve Brown, CEO of accesso Technology Group and co-owner of The Glass Knife in Winter Park. Keep an eye on this space to learn more about the movers and shakers of your community.

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11.16.17 Publisher’s Desk

By : Rick Claggett
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Thanksgiving has a long history of being my least favorite holiday. The reason is simple: turkey sucks! There, I said it. It’s ok to have a different opinion, but I’m right. No offense to my mother, but it’s always dry. It isn’t her fault. There isn’t enough water in the ocean to make turkey moist. My childhood memories of Thanksgiving involve two ounces of turkey swimming in four cups of gravy. Not even gravy could save Thanksgiving.

There is one exception to this rule and that is the Thanksgiving sandwich at PomPom’s Tea House and Sandwicheria. They have locations in both St. Pete and Orlando, so check it out. This is not a paid advertisement nor do I expect free sandwiches in return. It’s just that good and needs to be mentioned in any discussion I have about Thanksgiving. I digress.

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Winter Park’s newest eatery The Glass Knife opens with an official cake cutting

By : Jeremy Williams
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WINTER PARK, Fla. | Winter Park’s newest gay-owned eatery The Glass Knife held its grand opening today, Nov. 10 at 7:00 a.m.

Founder and owner Steve Brown was joined by The Glass Knife’s executive chef Stuart Whitfield, leadership from the City of Winter Park and members of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce for the commemorative cake cutting and grand opening.

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