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The Universal Language Of Dance

The Universal Language Of Dance

How fortunate we are to have an abundance of rich cultural opportunities available in what is considered a small town. There’s Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach Opera, Indian River Symphonic Association, and now, thanks to professional dancer and choreographer Adam Schnell, we have Ballet Vero Beach.

Staying On Trend For Two Decades

Staying On Trend For Two Decades

We all want to be a little sassy, right? When you walk into Sassy Boutique on Ocean Drive, your eyes pause at refreshing slices of tropical colors set against white and natural fibers and then come to rest on the smiling face of owner Deana Marchant.

Precision Aerial Maneuvers At 700 MPH

Precision Aerial Maneuvers At 700 MPH

Prepare to look skyward on the weekend of May 10 and 11. The Blue Angels, the Navy’s elite flight demonstration squadron, will be roaring into town to perform precision air maneuvers at the Vero Beach Air Show.

How The Magic Happens

How The Magic Happens

When the gates opened at Windsor last spring and concert goers arrived to celebrate May Pops, what they encountered on the polo grounds was straight out of a Disney movie: white tents and cabanas, tables dressed in pastel linens, flower arrangements worthy of royalty, yards of white picket fence, a profusion of palms and plants and the sweet sounds of a string quartet.

Romance And History Merge In A Charming Inn

Romance And History Merge In A Charming Inn

If you like the feel of a private historic residence, gracious sitting rooms, four-poster beds, a six-course gourmet dinner, and rocking chairs on an airy, columned porch, there’s an inn for you. Abingdon Manor in Latta, S.C., six miles from Interstate 95 near the border of North Carolina, is the place.

Down By The Seashore

Down By The Seashore

Patti Connor says with a smile, “At heart, I’m a beach girl. I knew any house we bought or built in Vero Beach had to be close to the sea.”

A Tracing Box And Colored Pencils Set The Course of A Life

A Tracing Box And Colored Pencils Set The Course of A Life

A McCall tracing box and colored pencils set the course of artist Agnes Manganelli’s life. With her colored pencils, she creates award-winning portraits that capture the individual essence of her subjects and bring them to life.

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