Luxurious comfort, privacy at The Point
La Rotunda has spectacular sweeping southeast views of the St. Lucie Inlet from the terraces and suites overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
The ongoing saga of Vero man, the ancient human remains unearthed near a local drainage canal a century ago, gets skillful treatment in a new book by longtime Vero Beach resident and author Rody Johnson.
As the new executive director and CEO of the Vero Beach Museum of Art, he is taking the helm of a small city museum that hardly fits that description, due to its community involvement and sound financial footing that allows it to bring in exhibitions and programs of national caliber.
Roberts left his chief curator position at the Milwaukee Art Museum in October to take over the directorship of the museum from Lucinda Gedeon, who retired after 12 years as its director.
Italian delights, family-style
When Johnny D’s Market & Bistro opened for business five years ago, owners Nina and Mario Amelio knew they had a unique twist on their concept of an authentic Italian restaurant.
Few in history have lived to be 106 years old with a crystal clear memory, let alone being able to write about and illustrate memories from a century before.
After building 5,500 boats and field testing more than 300 different models, David East has developed the perfect design for a hull that performs equally well in rough seas and calm bay waters.
If the thrill of hunting unseen prey beneath the water intrigues you enough to try your luck against the approximately 132,000 others with annual saltwater fishing permits, these are some of the people you’re likely to encounter along the way.
Decades of serving fish and fixings
There are no secret spices like the Colonel advertises or special sauce like McDonald’s. The only things you find when you attend a Summerlin fish fry is honest-to-goodness fresh fish with all the fixings.
Alfred “Al” Worden knew as a young boy he had to get away from the northern Michigan farm where he spent his summers, but he never dreamed his career path would take him to the dark side of the moon.
John and Abelard Cesar call him Pops, but he’s not their real dad. Brady Talley is something more — he was their mentor in a program run by a Phi Beta Sigma alumni chapter.
Despite a career of physically saving thousands of lives as a professional bullfighter, Stephen Bruner sees his true calling as a pastor who saves souls.