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Taste of Old Florida

Citrus, Recipes

It may never be as popular as Key lime pie, but this is a taste of Old Florida that should not be forgotten. The difference between Key lime pie and sour orange pie comes down to one ingredient…

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Rides to remember

Attractions, Museums

At the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne, it is a case of too many hot cars, so little time. The museum is open only for nonprofit fundraisers, car activities and educational tours for school-age children.

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Off to see the wizard

Attractions, Children, Museums

The Wizard of Oz Museum in Cape Canaveral, now celebrating its second year, features more than 2,000 pieces of Oz history from dolls and games to T-shirts, posters and more.

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Last Look – Spring 2023

Last Look

The roseate spoonbill [Platalea ajaja] is a large gregarious wading bird known for its pink plumage and distinctive spoon-shaped bill. Reaching a height of up to 2.5 feet, its wingspan can reach up to 4 feet. The roseate spoonbill, which can be found in Florida, Texas and southwestern Louisiana, uses its spoon-like bill to scoop prey up from shallow water. It is believed the bird…

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Publishers Note – Winter 2023

Publisher's Note

Only the best for the Space Coast   Welcome to the Best of the Space Coast issue of the best magazine in Florida, as declared in August by the Florida Magazine Association, which named us the best magazine in our…

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Views from above

Moments in Space History, Space Coast History

In tributes unique among NASA’s field centers, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex preserves the feats of the nation’s astronauts. The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame is part of the Legends and Heroes exhibit. In addition, a vast collection of astronaut memorabilia and the stunning black granite Space Mirror Memorial honor their service and sacrifices.

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Lighting the way

Attractions

The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse is one of the oldest lights on the Florida coast. The original structure was built in 1848 and stood 65 feet tall. It was abandoned a year later during a Seminole Indian uprising. When the threat passed, the blinking white light was put back in operation until the Civil War, when it was ordered darkened by the Confederate government.

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Chili for chilly days

Recipes

When the temperature finally starts to drop, there’s nothing more comforting than a big pot of chili simmering on the stove. This easy venison chili recipe is hearty and delicious, perfect for hunting season or any time you’re lucky enough to have ground venison in your freezer.

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Safeguarding the future

Special Section

Brevard County’s program to set aside environmentally endangered land has been around for more than 30 years. With an overwhelming vote in the recent election it is guaranteed to be around for at least another 20 years.

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Redefining mission

People & Business, Special Section

An area that once focused primarily on launching rockets has developed into a tourist mecca and major cruise ship port, not to mention a center for manufacturing and hi-tech.

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Step back in time

Home & Garden, Space Coast Homes

If William Shakespeare were to meander through Rockledge Drive, he would come upon a structure very familiar to his time. On the leafy road perfect for unhurried drives sits an architectural gem The Bard would have instantly recognized but that is rarely seen in Brevard: a Tudor mansion.

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Labor of love

Home & Garden

In the Rockledge neighborhood where Ghosh lives, his front yard is singular, an oasis of mangoes. He estimates he has planted more than 71 trees, 22 of them mangoes, in his roughly third-of-an-acre lot.

From the Editor

Mission Accomplished

In the drama-o-meter of rocket liftoffs, Deltas have scored way up there for more than 50 years. But the last of these most metal of rockets, launched by United Launch Alliance on April 9, ultimately provided as impressive a show as its predecessors — after a not insignificant delay...

Jungle Love

Florida Institute of Technology has a secret. A secret garden, that is. The Joy and Gordon Patterson Botanical Garden has been there to wrap visitors in an oasis of calm, for decades. While it is not far geographically, it feels worlds away from traffic troubles, cell phone intrusion and all...
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