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Mystery author Alex Grecian appears in Vero

If you ever wondered what happened to Jack the Ripper, Alex Grecian can tell you. The bestselling K

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Glass and Works on Paper show reveals hidden gems

In the Vero Beach Museum of Art's latest exhibit, “Glass and Works on Paper from the Permanent Col

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Poignant books help finance chimp sanctuary

Two books of national stature are benefiting the Save the Chimps sanctuary in Fort Pierce, and offer

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Quail Charities boost chorale scholarships

Next weekend, when young singers audition for one of Vero’s newest and most remarkable performing

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Theatre Guild stages ‘Mikado’ to raise building funds

As the Vero Beach Theatre Guild wends its way through the permitting process for a new three-story b

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Art scene shifts to kids with summer camps

Last month’s Children’s Art Festival heralded the shift in focus of Vero’s arts scene from the

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George Nelson: a treasure trove of early Florida imagery

Few people are aware that among the books and electronic materials at the Indian River County Main L

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Vero Beach art museum upgrades technology to extend its reach

At the entrance of one of the main galleries of the Vero Beach Museum of Art, four amorphous vinyl b

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Vero Beach Book Center’s site consolidation a success

It’s been a year since the Vero Beach Book Center consolidated its main store and its children’s

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Francis Mesaros: A study in maintaining enthusiasm

Artist Francis Mesaros is a man on a mission. Since 2010, when he emerged from a self-imposed seclus

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C J Madigan: Better reading through design is her mission

If you got dressed this morning, turned on a TV, drove a car or navigated the aisles of a grocery st

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Sculptor throws his weight behind arts center plan

If the old diesel power plant were ever to reopen as an arts center downtown, it wouldn’t take muc