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X Marks the Spot

Current Issue, Space Coast History

A little-known island sanctuary for birds in Brevard County is finally getting some recognition, thanks to the efforts of a history researcher who learned about it recently, quite by accident.

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Striving to bring you the best

Current Issue, Publisher's Note

In case you haven’t heard, the magazine you are holding in your hands — or reading online — has been named best overall magazine in its class in the state of Florida.
The Florida Magazine Association bestowed the award to Space Coast Living in August at its annual Charlie Awards dinner highlighting the best in magazine publishing. Our annual welcome, relocation and tourist guide, Discover the Space Coast, was also named best tourism publication in Florida in its class.

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Row to success

Current Issue, Sports

The first intercollegiate sporting event in the United States dates back to 1852 when the Harvard rowing team defeated Yale in a regatta held at Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. Since then, it has become a popular team sport that has attracted athletes of all skill levels, genders and backgrounds. It embodies an all-around full body workout with fewer chances of injuries than other team sports.

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A Tall Story

Current Issue, Space Coast History, Special Section

Emblazoned with the American flag and NASA logo, the Vehicle Assembly Building looms suddenly into view as visitors approach the Kennedy Space Center. The landmark that helped put Brevard County on the world map has more than earned its distinction as a symbol of America’s space program since its completion in 1966.

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Age-old battle

Current Issue, Space Coast Medical Report

Barbara Acree has a new face and neck, and she can thank her recalcitrant air conditioner for not having to undergo a traditional face-lift to get it.
The Melbourne resident, no stranger to Botox and dermal fillers, had reached a stage when she was seriously considering going under the knife for a face-lift.

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Testing for life

Current Issue, Health, Space Coast Medical Report

Try as we can, we cannot escape those pesky genes we were dealt at birth.
“We are all born with a unique genetic blueprint, which lays out the basic characteristics of our personality, as well as our physical health and appearance,” award-winning author Joan D. Vinge has noted.

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Well of Inspiration

Current Issue, Home & Garden, Space Coast Homes

Pity the real estate agent who specializes in high-end properties. These poor souls routinely explore some of the latest and greatest trends in homes. On a daily basis, they bravely encounter drool-inducing kitchens and face mile-long spa bathrooms no mortal would want to ever leave. They are keenly aware of a cornucopia of creature comforts.

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Something old, Something new

Current Issue, Home & Garden, Renovation321

Ever since I was a preteen growing up in South Florida in the 1960s, I have been fascinated by the space program. Aside from wanting to be an astronaut like many kids, I wished I lived close to the space center where I could watch the rocket launches first hand. 

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Good Vibrations

Current Issue, Museums

Tucked away in the back of the water sports rental venue of Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach, the Florida Surf Museum serves as the historical connection to the sport of surfing throughout the state.

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Sleeping soundly

Current Issue, Nonprofit spotlight

At any given time, there are approximately 250 homeless people living in Indian River County and between 3,000 and 3,500 in Brevard County. Some sleep in cars. Others live in tents.

From the Editor

X Marks the Spot

A little-known island sanctuary for birds in Brevard County is finally getting some recognition, thanks to the efforts of a history researcher who learned about it recently, quite by accident.

Row to success

Sleeping soundly

A little-known island sanctuary for birds in Brevard County is finally getting some recognition, thanks to the efforts of a history researcher who learned about it recently, quite by accident.
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