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Devilish Varmints

Devilish Varmints

May 2017
 Be A Lifesaver

Be A Lifesaver

Knowledge and practice of a few simple steps are within easy reach of every citizen, making each person a potential lifesaver.

May 2017
The Bridge Tender’s Daughter

The Bridge Tender’s Daughter

The Wood family not only made their living on the original wooden Vero Beach Bridge — it’s where they lived.

May 2017
The Value of a Gift

The Value of a Gift

Ruth Scheer, a resident of Windsor since 1999, has had a rewarding, longtime career in nonprofit and foundation work.

May 2017
A Gentleman’s Collection

A Gentleman’s Collection

A special night at the Amelia Island concours saw Orin Smith’s storied classic automobile collection go up for auction.

May 2017
An Interior Designer Becomes Her Own Client

An Interior Designer Becomes Her Own Client

In her complete home renovation, designer Page Franzel had a chance to customize to her exact tastes while also creating a test lab for her business.

May 2017
Olympic Mom Tells ‘Her Story’

Olympic Mom Tells ‘Her Story’

The mother of the most decorated Olympian in history is also an education advocate, a motivational speaker and a workaholic.

May 2017
Our Local Storybook Legend

Our Local Storybook Legend

Florida residents host the only stork species that breeds in the United States — the wood stork — and as such are more familiar with the real-life storybook legend

April 2017
Breaking Bread With Patisserie

Breaking Bread With Patisserie

Mark Edmonds, co-owner of Patisserie, a French-inspired bakery and café on Old Dixie Highway, was on a mission — to resurrect ancient baking traditions using unprocessed heritage grains and heirloom flours.

April 2017
Short But Sweet

Short But Sweet

Due to the speed of pineapple's growing cycle, it was a highly marketable product before orange and grapefruit trees were harvestable.

April 2017
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