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Uncorked Art

Arts & Community, Attractions

Painting with a Twist Melbourne is not your average art studio.  Now open in downtown Melbourne, this fun and unique art studio offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Gather your friends, bring your own wine (or beverage), and get ready to create…


Pick Your Poison

Eat & Drink

By Allison Arteaga Local Hot Spots Serve Up Their Most Tempting Treats We asked you, our readers and fans, what your favorite, creative cocktails on the Space Coast are and we found out the Space Coast has a plethora of signature…


From the Space Coast to the Spotlight

Eat & Drink

By Allison Arteaga Local Restaurant’s Dressings and Sauces Achieved National Prominence Through Focus On Quality And Tradition Between rocket launches, fishing, sunbathing, and surfing, the Space Coast is known nationwide for many things. But, oddly enough, the culinary excellence of…


The Fresh Pick


Holland Family Farm Opens for Blueberry Season Holland Family Farm is a family owned and operated blueberry farm nestled on 13 acres in Mims. Since 2008 the farm has opened its field to visitors during the U-pick season, which typically…


A Toast to the Holidays

Eat & Drink

Wine Pairings for All Occasions The holiday season is here, so there’s no better time to start planning the menu for your special gatherings. Choosing the perfect wine to please a variety of tastes, textures and aromas is no easy…


Food for Thought

Eat & Drink

By Rebekah Duntz Photos provided by Tight Line Productions What is the one thing that brings everyone together? You probably guessed right: food. That’s exactly what Lori Halbert intends to do with her show, “Political Food for Thought.” It’s a…


November Food and Wine:Roll with it

Eat & Drink

November Food and Wine By Donna Skattum Enjoy this month’s favorite bird in a new and different way in this special dish created by Bacco Ristorante Chef Raffaella Barsiola. Rotolo di Tacchino (Turkey roll with white wine and fine herbs) Ingredients…


Here’s to a Healthy Holiday!


By Melissa Vandett According to historians, the first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621. Although we don’t know for sure what these first dinner guests consumed, history suggests it included wild fowl, seafood, venison, Indian corn and wheat flour, vegetables, fruits…