Vero Beach Magazine - June 2007

The Hallstrom Hall Of Fame

To mark this year’s Architecture Week (April 8-14), which celebrated the 150th anniversary of the founding of the American Institute of Architects, St. Edward’s School participated in a “Find the Building” contest.

Where Color Is King

Inspiration can come when it’s least expected. For Colleen Liebert and her Orchid Island winter home, it came from a rug in a catalog. Even though that was several years before she and husband Dennis bought the house, the rug…

The Nights The Lights Went Out In Vero

On Sept. 4, 1882, the nation’s first power plant capable of producing electricity and distributing it to people’s homes–the Pearl Street Power Station, established by Thomas Edison–cranked up its generators and supplied electrical power to some 85 customers in New York City.

Give My Regards To Broadway

Musical theater people are a funny, caring and supportive bunch unlike any other theater people I’ve encountered,” says actress Stacey Logan who resides in Vero Beach.

Farewell, Riviera; Hello, Caribbean

Close your eyes for a minute and picture yourself somewhere in the Caribbean, savoring the spice that seasons island living – sea-scented breezes, happy colors, and a cuisine with a decidedly French flavor. Alluring and appealing, like that song you can’t get out of your head, the romantic scene beckons you to come, stay, and enjoy.