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A Fashionable Bit Of Italy In Vero Beach

A Fashionable Bit Of Italy In Vero Beach

They say that home is where the heart is. But what if your heart is torn between two equally captivating places that lie more than 8,000 miles apart? With the help of a wonderful business partner named Ann Marie Lloyd Shiff, a few good friends and some serendipitous circumstances, Stephanie Gore has brought a little bit of the Italy that she cherishes right here to her equally beloved city of Vero Beach.

Time & Time Again

Time & Time Again

We tend to think of our current calendar as an artifact that has been with us forever. But that is not the case at all. Over the centuries, starting as far back as 4000 B.C., the ancient Egyptians were using a solar calendar with 12 months of 30 days each for a 360-day calendar. They were way ahead of the ancient Greeks and Romans who were using a lunar calendar with only 10 months and a total of 264 days. January and February didn’t exist and the year started in March. Julius Caesar asked an Egyptian astronomer to devise a better calendar. The result was the Julian calendar with 12 months of 30 or 31 days and the outlier February. But the calendar still wasn’t quite right, so Italian doctor, astronomer and philosopher Luigi Lilio created the Gregorian calendar, the basis of today’s calendar.

Get In The Swim of Things

Get In The Swim of Things

Choosing the right swimsuit for your body type is a tricky business. Are you pear- or apple-shaped? Are you active in the water or on the sand? Do you rarely move from your lounger?

Sizzling Summertime Swimwear

Sizzling Summertime Swimwear

Local photographer Hilary Bonbright Mullarkey captures Vero Beach residents at play in beachwear.

Hit The Links In Style

Hit The Links In Style

Clothes provided by G.T. Rhodes and shoes by Golf Roundup.

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