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When Vero Beach Was “In The Mood”

When Vero Beach Was “In The Mood”

Love is a prominent theme for February, and with that in mind, the next time you drive by or pay a visit to the Heritage Center in downtown Vero Beach, imagine what it must have been like back at the height of World War II when our town was brimming with strapping young sailors.

In Deep With Triton Subs

In Deep With Triton Subs

East of the Vero Beach I-95 exit, in a nondescript yellow building close to the Route 60 truck stop, a small team of dedicated “Davids” is busily working to thwart the ambitions of two of the biggest “Goliaths” in the mysterious, sometimes murky world of underwater exploration.

Small Portions, Big Taste

Small Portions, Big Taste

Think “tapas” and what comes to mind? Spain, most likely, their country of origin. Or maybe a nibble, such as a plate of olives to enjoy with a chilled glass of wine or frosty mug of beer.

The Palette Of Her Life

The Palette Of Her Life

Margaret Bragg, a landscape and floral artist known for her vibrant and dazzling palette, celebrates nature’s bounty in her paintings. She says, “From early on I wanted to portray the wonders and spiritual side of nature.”

Worth The Wait

Worth The Wait

Like many of us who have chosen to call Vero Beach home the couple from suburban Washington, D.C., had visited family and friends often enough to know that this was where they wanted to plant roots of their own.

Planting The Seeds Of Wonder

Planting The Seeds Of Wonder

On a patch of green earth near the outskirts of town, there’s a magical preschool known as Maitland Farm where for the past 35 years children have been lovingly nurtured and surrounded by nature.

Pick Of The Pictures

Pick Of The Pictures

The Indian River Photo Club’s annual 2012 Juried Print Exhibition produced the usual group of outstanding photographs, which were recently on display at the Vero Beach Museum of Art.