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The Fine Art Of Running A Gallery

The Fine Art Of Running A Gallery

When John Stringer greets a visitor to his fine arts gallery it’s as if he’s inviting them into his home.

How Stories Of Hope Celebrate Life

How Stories Of Hope Celebrate Life

Molly Hurley believes there’s a reason for everything that happens – even when you’ve been diagnosed with cancer twice.

The Family Who Named Vero

The Family Who Named Vero

“I’ve got just one word for myself – grateful,” says Charlie Gifford.

On To Another Adventure

On To Another Adventure

It’s been fifteen years since Laura and Rick McDermott moved into the two-story house with breathtaking views of the Indian River.

The Quest For Freshness

The Quest For Freshness

Against a backdrop of waving palm trees and fresh sea breezes, Terry Bishop takes a break from strolling through the local produce stands to let her granddaughter Kadance pet a friendly labradoodle.

A Bold Move, For The Birds

A Bold Move, For The Birds

On the surface it seems a simple, even inspirational story.

Raised On Citrus

Raised On Citrus

Times may be changing, but you can still find a classic citrus fruit stand if you know where to look.

Remembering An Icon

Remembering An Icon

In 1961, a 34-year-old attorney named Byron T. Cooksey joined forces with two other young lawyers, John Gould, who had started the first law firm on Vero’s barrier island, and Darrell Fennell.