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A Bittersweet Transition

A Bittersweet Transition

It’s been 43 years since George and Sandy Kahle first saw the property destined to become their home. The modest turn-of-the-century farmhouse on Rebel Road in southwest Indian River County wasn’t what appealed; it was the surrounding orange grove, oaks and palms, flowering trumpet and African tulip trees, night blooming cereus, tropical fruit trees, a barn and critters too numerous to name.

We're Here For The Animals

We're Here For The Animals

... [Gary Brady] is also making a case for 200 creatures from all over the world that otherwise have no home. He’s about to introduce an animal sanctuary in western Vero Beach called “Critter Haven” where, for the present, goats raised as Great Danes, a 400-pound boar and three hybrid wolves live in secret harmony.

As Good As Gold

As Good As Gold

After a successful career in advertising in Manhattan, John Howard’s painting career started as a marketing venture. “I figured what helps sell a painting is to make it look like a painting that should be sold,” says John from his home in Vero Beach.

A Miniature Bite Of Bliss

A Miniature Bite Of Bliss

Today’s fare is as individual and diverse as the couple getting married. The traditional three-tiered wedding cake, while still very popular, is no longer de rigueur. In fact, ever since Carrie and Miranda munched on them in an episode of “Sex and the City” in 2000, cupcakes have been showing up at weddings in dramatic displays either alongside the traditional cake or in its place. Popular programs like the Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars” have served to further the yearning for a soupçon of sweet indulgence in a gazillion flavors.