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Beachside Fusion at Kiwi

By Steven Hicks
There are restaurants that use a family name or a distant locale that expresses their style. And restaurants with fun names using animals as characters. There are many ways to name a restaurant, and each tells a story. This one just tells you exactly what to expect: Beachside Fusion at Kiwi.
What have you […]

One Last Question: Lori Reader

If you ask anyone about SpaceCoast Living, or engage in any kind of discussion about something we’ve written about, it seems the first name that always comes up is Lori Reader. Ask, “Did you see the article about pets in the August issue?” and the answer will undoubtedly start with, “Do you know Lori Reader?” […]

Meredith’s Performance Wear & Costume Design

Viera resident Victoria Amendolare always had a desire to create and design. Her teenage dream was to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. But because of the cost of tuition and other obstacles, after graduating from Satellite High, she pursued a degree in electrical engineering. After graduation from Florida Tech, where […]

Debbie Wall: Trainer, Instructor & Health Guru & Looking Great at 62

Long-time personal trainer, fitness instructor and certified Natural Health professional Debbie Wall, 62, shares with the Space Coast what healthy living is really all about, from A to Z.
Debbie Wall not only practices what she preaches, she owns it, too. This business-savvy, health-conscious woman believes in helping people achieve weight loss success, but more importantly, […]

Entertainment: Air Supply at The King Center

Air Supply At The King Center, January 28th
Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock met on May 12, 1975, the first day of rehearsals for “Jesus Christ Superstar” in Sydney, Australia. They became instant friends with their common love for the Beatles and, of course, singing. After the show’s performances, they would play pizza parlors, coffee bars and […]

Art: Eau Gallie Murals

Eau Gallie Arts District Murals Project
When the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD) Main Street program was formed in 2010, one of its first goals was to develop a Public Arts program, because murals are transformational to an area in many ways. Many people still do not know where the arts district is, but they know about […]

Aspirations: Happy New Resolutions

Happy New Resolutions!
By Mallorie Ann Ingram
With the holidays over and a warm welcome to the new year behind us, now is the time to start talking New Year’s resolutions. We’re talking about goals, dreams, plans, big moves and the like. We all set them with the anticipation of ultimate success and growth. Can we be […]

Home: Small Changes, Big Impact

Small Changes BIG IMPACT

by Meaghan Branham
For most of us, January sets the stage for new beginnings. No matter how cold or cloudy it might be outside (those three days here in Florida where the temperature drops below 70 can be hard to get through), the first few weeks of the year are colored by a […]

Food: Eating Healthy in the New Year

Healthy Eating in the New Year

By Deb Kemps
Time to stray away from all the fad diets that only offer minimal results in the short term and can be harmful in the long term. Eating a mainly plant based whole foods diet is beneficial to everyone and can be very satisfying.  I spoke with Erika Nigh, a […]

Style: Wonderful Winter Fashion

Florida Style
By Jenny Norman
When cooler temps come to Florida, you can’t afford to be caught with an unprepared wardrobe. With every season change, there comes an opportunity to make sure your closet reflects your unique style.
With cool, crisp air settling in, it’s about more than just a long-sleeved shirt or a drab sweater – stay […]

Travel: Shades of Green in Ireland

By Kathryn Varnes
Ireland is my favorite country. The people are amazingly friendly, spirited and they love Americans.
It is almost a cliché, but the Emerald Isle really is a patchwork of every shade of green – and then some – and each village or city has its own charming identity. Most visits begin in Dublin, as […]

Healthy Living: The Benefits of Thieves Oil

Promote a Healthy Immune System
By Judy Piersall
One of my personal go-to products is thieves oil. It wards off all sorts of germs and is intended to promote a healthy immune system. How did thieves oil come to be? Why such a strange name? While there are several versions of the story, the one common denominator […]

From the Editor

It’s a New Year and a New You!
I don’t know about you, but I’m glad to start a new year. I love the holidays, but also love the calm after the storm. So here we are, 2018 and all its potential glory. We’re not going to propose New Year’s resolutions or massive lifestyle changes. If […]

Downtown Melbourne’s Newest Crown Jewel

Three-time Parade of Homes Platinum Award winner, Crane Creek Landing is nearing completion of phase one. Crane Creek Landing is a gated, waterfront community of 20 luxury townhomes featuring a community pool and dock with deep-water access. Located directly on Crane Creek and in the heart of pedestrian-friendly Historic Downtown Melbourne, there is truly “more […]

Parrish Medical Center Recognized for Stroke Treatment Excellence

Premier healthcare accrediting body awards PMC stroke care Gold Seal for care quality

TITUSVILLE, FL (December 6, 2017)—Parrish Medical Center’s recertification as a Primary Stroke Center extends its first-in-Brevard County achievement for area patients endangered by stroke’s potentially debilitating effects.

PMC’s latest Gold Seal of Approval® and Primary Stroke Center designation was awarded by The Joint Commission, […]

December 2017

In This Issue

A Kempf’s Christmas Vacation

Holiday Stories

2017 Gift Guide

In Every Issue
From the Editor

The Buzz
Holiday Dinners | Connecting through Food, Family and Culture

The Perfect Wine for the Holidays | Tropical Moscato

The Luxury of Cashmere From Minnie Rose

Making Your Table Sparkle | Decorating Ideas for the Holidays

Go for the Burn | Montego Bay Trading Company

The […]

From Utility Closet to Wine Cellar

Window coverings can be transformative for a space. They affect the style, lighting, and temperature of a room, as well as add visual interest to an otherwise underutilized design space. Blinds of All Kinds, located in Rockledge, has fostered a reputation by helping countless customers transform their rooms by choosing the perfect shutters, blinds, shades, […]

Go For the Burn | Montego Bay Trading Company

By Steven Hicks
For years, Tom Beasley went to Jamaica on vacations and started bringing back jerk rub, little hot sauces he’d bought down there, and his friends who’d enjoyed it with him for years, decided they wanted to buy some. Beasley tells us, “this was just when the hot sauce was probably getting ready to […]

Holiday Dinners

Connecting Through Food, Family and Culture
By Craig Chapman
The holidays are here, and that means it’s time for some of our favorite traditional family foods. It’s a time to celebrate who we are with traditional family recipes and our unique cultural traditions. Food is the one thing we can all relate to, and it’s through these traditional […]

FirstWave Financial | What’s Your Wealth Confidence?

What if your WealthConfidence has less to do with the amount of money you have and more to do with your mindset?
There are eight different mindsets that contribute to an improved WealthConfidence.
We would all like to win the lottery or have that special investment give us an enormous return. But if your WealthConfidence is dependent […]