Squeezed Out

Citrus, History, Local, People & Business
Development, disease ravages regional citrus industry Among his birthday presents last year, Frank Sullivan III found a very special one: a wooden board. Mind you, this was no ordinary wood, for it was plucked from the demolition of the Sullivan...

Reminders of the past

History, Local, People & Business
Grower credited with saving industry Orange-shaped structures dot the Florida landscape and Brevard is no exception. On U.S. 1 in Eau Gallie, the huge cement Big Orange built during the 1960s once served as a fruit stand where the Chamber...

Disappearing act

Caity Savioa of the Marine Resource Council says breakwater efforts work really well in the replanting process.and laments not having enough natural shorelines left to replant.  FRED MAYS Replanting projects struggle to stem mangrove destruction Mangroves are among the most...

On with the show

Arts & Community, Local, News
The Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts is welcoming full audiences after a rough 18 months dealing with pandemic restrictions. MAXWELL C. KING CENTER PHOTOS Renovated King Center welcomes back audiences with full schedule A robust schedule of...

Sharing the harvest


A harvest of veggie delights awaits at Florida Fields to Forks, an outstanding example of the Community Supported Agriculture program


Sounds of the Symphony

Sounds of the Symphony Members of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra wear masks [except for wind and brass musicians while they are playing] and are socially distanced as they perform. BREVARD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Orchestra’s lineup features works by classical and modern...

Best of the Space Coast 2022 contest

Best of the Space Coast, Local
Welcome to Space Coast Living magazine’s annual Best of the Space Coast contest. You do not have to vote in every category. The winning entries will be published in the January 2022 issue of Space Coast Living magazine and will...