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 […]
Air Supply At The King Center, January 28th
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
by Steve Muzzy
Photography by Steven Hicks
The Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts, aka the “King Center” is widely recognized by locals and visitors alike as an outstanding venue for hosting national musical acts.
The evening of November 10, 2017 was no exception when the Marshall Tucker Band (MTB) played to a sold-out crowd on […]
Top 3 Ways To Make Your Holiday Table Sparkle This Season
By Mallorie Ann Ingram
Between the shopping, decorating and endless get-togethers, it goes without saying this festive season can be hectic. When it comes to planning your own party, often there’s little time left to plan something memorable. Here to help jump-start your party-planning efforts are a few […]
By: Mallorie Ingram
With summer over and cooler months on the horizon, it’s that time of the year again to welcome the sweet aroma of fall. Although cozy fires, fleece blankets, hot cider and the like are classic seasonal delights, typically they don’t complement our local, warm climate. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible to welcome the […]
There are many families affected by autism, whether it’s the individuals with the disease or their relatives seeking treatment for their family member. The Scott Center for Autism Treatment at the Florida Institute of Technology has been a place for individuals to get treatment, for families to learn more about autism and for research to […]
By Mallorie Ingram
Photography by Tanya Mutton
Perfect getaway found within this hidden beachside gem
Searching for a relaxing spot to wind down for a weekend away? It’s easier than you might think. Peace, tranquility and an ambiance that sets it apart from the rest is exactly what you’ll find at The Inn at Cocoa Beach. This oceanfront […]
2 p.m. @ Church at Viera
SpaceCoast Living is hosting a toy drive at the Church of Viera on December 10. There will be an airing of Toy Story, with admission to the event being a toy or a monetary donation. The doors open at 2 p.m., and the movie starts at 2:30 p.m.. The […]
By: Meaghan Branham
Walking into jewelry designer Peter Indorf’s Melbourne workshop is like stepping into a jewelry lover’s paradise. Original sketches and photos of finished products adorn the walls, while one-of-a-kind pieces arranged beautifully in a display case sit close by. It is immediately evident to any visitor that Indorf is extremely passionate about his work, […]
Let Your Inner Rollergirl Out!
By Tina Lange (aka “Stevie Kixx”)
There aren’t many sports that openly embrace women of any age, size or fitness level. Roller Derby – around since the 1930’s – is one of the few. And oddly enough, roller derby is perhaps one of the most physical sports in play today.
For those of you […]
By Steven Hicks and Tanya Mutton
John Cleese, legendary comedian and writer, will visit The King Center in Melbourne November 5. After a showing of his iconic film, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” he will take the stage to discuss the film along with other fanciful topics. SpaceCoast Living was lucky enough to have a […]
If you’ve paid attention to Brevard’s art scene for any amount of time, you’ve heard his name. His works have appeared in places such as Grills, The Avenue Viera and Starbucks; vivid aquatic pieces that grab the viewer’s eye and leave them in awe. Whether it’s the work of an underwater scene in deep blue […]
By: Neil Levine
Experience All Of It!
There is so much going on here in the Brevard County arts and cultural scene. Depending on the day and your mood, you could decide on something uplifting, inspiring or perhaps challenging. Do you enjoy music? We offer a number of concerts in any
genre – rock, pop, blues, jazz or […]
By Ryan Randall
For many, September is a cherished time, not because of the change in the weather or leaves (especially if you live in Florida). No, the month is looked forward to by so many because it marks the start of the college football season and the things that come with it.
Things such as tailgating.
By: Ryan Randall
Brevard County’s Space Coast Stadium had been hosting professional baseball games since 1994, but when the Washington Nationals announced the team was moving to West Palm Beach and the minor league Brevard County Manatees played its final season there in 2016, uncertainty loomed over the iconic regional stadium.
Rather than go after another professional […]
Our Pets In Art
By Steven Hicks and Lynne Brezina (of the Brevard Cultural Alliance)
We elevate our pets to family status, take them on vacations, buy them Puppuccinos at Starbucks (at the drive through, of course), and even maintain wardrobes for them, so when we talk about our animals as subjects of artists, this should be […]