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Vero Beach's Luckiest Little Dolphin

Vero Beach's Luckiest Little Dolphin

That animal is a dolphin calf named CPEA, rescued on March 6 after weeks of searching a 60-mile stretch between the St. Lucie Inlet and the Sebastian Inlet. Normally a search area isn’t that broad, but this was a unique case from the beginning.

An Unforgettable Chapter

An Unforgettable Chapter

Saint Augustine described the world as a book. “Those who don’t travel,” he explained, “read only a page.” But 19-year-old Dartmouth freshman Will Tremml plans to read that book cover to cover. He’s already seen quite a bit of the world – Russia, Ireland, Costa Rica, Tanzania and Sweden – and formed friendships with people from all over. So when President Barack Obama announced an easing of the embargo against Cuba in December 2014, Will couldn’t wait to plan a trip with his mom Emily and dad Glenn.

Take A Dive Into Beauty

Take A Dive Into Beauty

When Gillian Callaghan and her husband first looked around the four-bedroom house for sale, they liked the location and layout. What they didn’t like was the fact that there wasn’t a swimming pool. Since the two of them and their three children are avid swimmers, the Callaghans decided to go on their house-hunting way. Yet for some reason, the couple from Wellesley, Massachusetts returned to take a second look, and then a third. “There was something about this house that kept us coming back. It has a good soul, we felt comfortable in it,” Gillian says.

Riding The Wave

Riding The Wave

It started as a quiet collaboration between a boy and the ocean. The ocean gave Mark Castlow recreation – primarily surfing – and his return was production – starting his first surfboard line, Atlantis, by the age of 16. That’s when their partnership went public.

True North

True North

While art has always been Joy’s “true north,” her career has unfolded as a series of evolutions – banker, mother, photographer, watercolorist, baker and teacher – before she became a featured impressionist painter at the J.M. Stringer Gallery on Ocean Drive.

"It's The Islands, Mon!"

For the past two decades or so, John and Ann Faunce of Vero Beach have been making a second home for themselves on an island archipelago in The Bahamas. Their particular abode is a 42-foot Ocean Alexander motor yacht christened Freedom, whose cruising flexibility and comfort have allowed John and Ann to enjoy countless memorable adventures.

The Final Link

The Final Link

When Consider The Cook opened in Vero Beach in October 2014, it was the final link in the trio of stores that owner Dina Clausen had dreamed of years earlier. The original store was founded in Cross River, New York in 1978 by Betsy Barnett and a group of her friends. Twenty years later, Dina became manager of that store and soon after, the sole owner. In 2000, she relocated the store to the Village Green in nearby Bedford, New York.

"The Best Fizz In The Biz"

Ryan Pinnell, a Port St. Lucie resident and owner of Treasure Coast Seltzer Works in Fort Pierce, is on a mission to revive the memories of a bygone era. A businessman with a vision and an entrepreneurial spirit, Ryan takes the nostalgia of the past and the environmentally “green” concept of the future to homes across the Treasure Coast and beyond. “Today, we’re a world of lost communication,” Ryan says. “In designing this business, I wanted to bring something back, something as simple as having a beverage delivered to your doorstep.”