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Revisiting A Very Different Vero Beach

Revisiting A Very Different Vero Beach

“We have to be careful how we tell the prom story.” Knowing giggles ensue. The humorist is Cornelia Perez, but the friends having a laugh first knew her as Cornelia Auxier, daughter of Herschel and Lucy Auxier, one of the early Vero Beach families.

November 2011
Spreading The Magic Of Music

Spreading The Magic Of Music

Penny Odiorne can’t wait for the evening of November 20. Circled in red on her calendar the date marks the Indian River Symphonic Association’s season-opening concert. The woman who spearheaded the drive to bring quality symphonic performances to the community 17 years ago wouldn’t miss it for the world.

November 2011
New Hope For Haiti

New Hope For Haiti

As twilight descends on the Haitian border village of Tilori, a number of weary residents who have toiled since dawn on a reforestation project designed to sustain the production of food, fuel and building materials, were smiling, knowing their efforts will lead to a better future for themselves and inspire other communities to follow their lead.

November 2011
A Symphony of Shapes

A Symphony of Shapes

In a brilliant blend of circles, dots and lines – straight, curved or quirky – Beatriz Milhazes’ favorite colors leap to life, forming the spirited patterns that captivate her viewers.

November 2011
Seafood For All Seasons

Seafood For All Seasons

The rich variety of seafood teeming in the waters off the Florida coast makes it a popular choice when dining out or eating at home.

November 2011
The Nativity: A Labor of Love

The Nativity: A Labor of Love

Picture the following scenario: You have just attended Mass one Sunday in November at Holy Cross Catholic Church, and as you are leaving you see two women greet each other. Nothing unusual there.

November 2011
In Search of That ‘Wow!’ Photo

In Search of That ‘Wow!’ Photo

In March, 2008, photography enthusiast and long-time Vero Beach resident Donna Green packed up her Canon 5D full frame digital single lens reflex camera, her 28mm wide angle and 300mm telephoto lenses and headed west.

November 2011
Memories of a Malevolent Era

Memories of a Malevolent Era

Mike Mersky, Head of Saint Edward’s School, favors nonfiction, “because for me, reality is more exciting than fiction.” Specifically, he is an avid reader of history and biographies.

November 2011
Celebrating Silver at Hawk’s Nest

Celebrating Silver at Hawk’s Nest

Hawk’s Nest Golf Club reaches a significant milestone this fall with its silver anniversary. Its members certainly have a great deal to celebrate beyond the club’s longevity.

November 2011
Florida’s Biggest Strip Show

Florida’s Biggest Strip Show

Here in Florida, we inhabit a geographic cul-de-sac, a continental appendage that my second-grade teacher taught us to draw as an upside-down turkey, with Lake Okeechobee providing a Cyclopian eye. Perhaps the least changed in our ecological novelty of a state are our swamps, the vines and mosses eternally being born, dank with black water and rotted leaves and ripe with the scent of living creatures, including the legions of microscopic things chomping away at something.

November 2011
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