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Wardrobe Blues


The holidays are over, no more sequins, festive little black dresses, sparkle or tuxedos. Now it’s back to business.  So if your current wardrobe is giving you the blues, make updating your look a New Year’s Resolution. The first step…


Going to the Dogs

Arts & Community

  Aside from the raised eyebrows inferring ‘you went to New York for a dog show?,’  the first response one typically  gets from telling people that you went to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is, “Cool.  We watch that…


Advancements for Athletes


Beachside Health Studio offers sport-specific training and techniques to improve the ability of athletes at every level Since opening its doors over two years ago, Steve Ryland, DPT and his team at Beachside Health Studio have witnessed a rising interest…


Titusville: The Game Isn’t Over

Home & Garden

   There are signs of new life as Titusville emerges in the post Space Shuttle era. Bleak forecasts all of which focused on the layoffs at Kennedy Space Center have given way to, at worst, a reluctant acceptance of change…


Beauty For Life


Beauty for Life A LIFETIME OF BEAUTY Dr. Roxanne Guy Shares Tips for All Ages Like it or not, we’re all subject to the unavoidable affects that growth and aging naturally have on our outward appearances. Luckily, however, cosmetic surgeons…


Come On, Get Happy!


Achieving Better Mental Health in 2012 “Get in shape” or “lose weight” are undeniably the most commonly made New Year’s resolutions, but very few people make it a goal to improve their mental and emotional health each year. According to…


Family Business Celebrates 50 Years!

People & Business

Family-Owned Business Celebrates 50 Years Little did Tony and Helen Nahacky know, back in 1961 when they started their tropical fish business from their garage on Babcock Street, that the local area and beyond would take to it like a…


Fighting Hunger, One Meal at a Time

People & Business

      Dr. Ross and Dani Clevens’ Face of Change events provide thousands of meals in Brevard and abroad   During one of his medical missions to Africa Dr. Ross Clevens witnessed the impact Outreach Africa’s feeding centers have…


2011 Business Leader of the Year: Stan Payne

People & Business

J. Stanley “Stan” Payne CEO Port of Canaveral   Since he took the helm as CEO of Port Canaveral, Stan has been the driving force behind what has become an economic juggernaut on the Space Coast.  Conservative estimates are that…


Rethinking your New Year’s Resolution


  A New Year….A New You!, You Only Better!, Out With the Old…In With the New!   We have heard it all before.  Isn’t it time for a real and lasting change?   The average New Year’s Resolution lasts a mere…


Season of Giving

People & Business

A Listing of Brevard’s Deserving Charities During this traditional season of giving, many Space Coast residents will choose to give a little something back to their community. According to the Community of Foundation of Brevard, it’s part of our culture,…


Hit the Nail on the Head! Nail Art by Sorelli


Looking Good Hit the Nail on the Head!   Just like the fall fashion trends, think texture and contrast when it comes to your manicure.   When the weather gets cooler, the nails usually get darker. Neons are on vacation,…


Repositioning the King Center

Arts & Community

The Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts opened its doors in 1988 thanks to the visionary leadership of Dr. Maxwell C. King, the former president of Brevard Community College.  The funding for this ambitious venture came from the…


Tis the Season to Shop!


Tis the Season to Shop! The holidays are times of crowded shopping centers and long lines. It can also be the time for killer deals and even better holiday shopping events. Living in Central Florida gives Brevard County residents access…


Ancestry Made Easy

Arts & Community

  For the past year and a half, Lance Stanley and Oliver Burris have been competitively figure skating out of the same Rockledge ice rink. With similar body types, hairstyles and even mannerisms, it didn’t take long for their mothers…