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December 2021, Volume 1, Issue No. 7

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At Locala, we believe everyone in our city has a story. Telling a personal story allows you to further connect with neighbors, business owners, consumers, and colleagues. Our magazine is dedicated to sharing both the hard and light stories that show our humanity.

Inclusivity is something we strive for and it is why we have created the Locala Diversity Committee. This group of individuals helps to guide the Locala team in choosing story topics specific to their area of expertise—be it the arts, business, race, or identity—they keep us in touch with the heartbeat of our city…the people.

Join us each month as we tell the stories of Ocala, Florida. This Ocala magazine is available at select locations and online for free, or get 12 issues in your mailbox with our yearly subscription.

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Lisa and all of Locala magazine is truly amazing! The local stories they tell, the businesses they support, everything they do goes hand in hand with helping grow and positively affect our community!
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I don't think I have ever seen a magazine like this. I am fascinated. It's not just interviews, it's more personal. From the photography and writing to the design and layout, there is warmth and care to it all. I love it.
Kara Mangum
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I love the heartfelt stories shared in Locala Magazine. We have such great people in our local Ocala community and I’m so glad their stories are being shared for all to read.
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Locala Magazine, December 2021

Get 12 Printed Issues in Your Mailbox with a Yearly Subscription Dear Ocala, Glenn Close is quoted, “What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” As a person who has found myself surrounded by people who struggle with mental health every day, I believe this statement to be profoundly true.

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A True Renaissance Man: The Conclusion of Joshua Mazur’s Story

Story by Lisa Anderson Joshua L. Mazur is a self-admitted over-thinker. Music is certainly his first love, but when life hands him bigger questions, he turns to other forms of art to help him work through the answers. He dabbles in photography, painting, and even dance. Music is his vocation, but the arts are his

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