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Vero's Vegan Adventurers

Vero's Vegan Adventurers

For many, the never-ending quest to feel good and live an active lifestyle has led them to look at dietary trends and their efficacy in reducing disease and age-related ailments.

Family, Church and Community

Family, Church and Community

This month, on May 10, Vero Heritage, Inc. honors the Wodtke family at the annual Pioneer Family Recognition Dinner.

A New Chapter To A Cherished Old Book

A New Chapter To A Cherished Old Book

Can a place be both new and historic, both young and old, both blooming and deeply rooted? For the 80 acres that make up the sports complex now known as Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, the answer is yes.

It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

Jay McLaughlin knows something about celebrity. The last time he was featured in a Vero Beach Magazine article in March 2010, we called him a “fashion king.” At the time, the New York-based fashion designer and high-end retail mogul was the “new” news in town thanks to his purchase and renovation of a Vero Beach home and the opening of J. McLaughlin, a women’s clothing store on Ocean Drive.

The Art of Discovery

The Art of Discovery

Shortly before dawn with darkness still blanketing the beach, Dale Sorensen, Jr. has already positioned his tripod and camera waiting for the sun’s early rays to cast a glow over sky and sea. The realtor with a passion for photography has done his homework

Legacy Of A 1930s Home

Legacy Of A 1930s Home

“The house is Pres,” exclaimed Suzan Phillips. She was speaking about Prescott LeBreton Gardner, the original owner of the stately Lowell house at 2300 Ocean Dr. with its unparalleled view of the ocean and the Riomar golf course. Suzan remembers Pres as a