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Mary Schenkel

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Cultural Council fetes its all-encompassing ‘Arts Guide’

Supporters of the Cultural Council of Indian River County gathered at Post & Vine recently to at

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‘Ad’-mirable support for Sebastian Chamber’s auction

Hoping to stretch their advertising dollars, representatives of businesses and nonprofit organizatio

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Jam-tastic! Jake & pals wow ’em at Flamingo Weekend

Jake Owen was welcomed home by adoring fans during a jam-packed weekend titled ‘The Flamingo’ to

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‘Freestyle’ proves variety is spice of Landry’s artistic life

An extensive solo exhibit entitled ‘Freestyle’ by award-winning artist Barbara Landry is current

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Attention to detail sets Abello’s appealing art apart

Art and architecture have always gone hand-in-hand for Edgardo Abello, the October featured artist,

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At ‘Recycle Derby,’ a sustainability and creativity exacta

People power – along with a mega-dose of creativity – was the name of the game at the inaugural

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At Open House, supporters floored by ELC’s ‘eco’ wonders

Supporters of the Environmental Learning Center gathered recently for an Open House Celebration and,

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Vax to the max: ‘Source’ pushing the needy to get jab

When the Florida Department of Health in Indian River County sent out word that they would take mobi

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Pirate and Caribbean Festival is a real Vero treasure!

Riverside Park was overrun by swashbucklers of all ages last weekend at the three-day Pirate and Car

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Unforgettable: Navy SEAL Museum’s powerful 9/11 exhibit

To commemorate the lives lost during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on our country, the Natio

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Wray lights up antique shop with unique, cut-glass lamps

Creativity flourishes within the mind of Holly Wray, a cheerful, multi-talented educator and artist.

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Vero’s Tunnel to Towers 5K fosters a ‘sense of connectivity’

Because of the recent surge in COVID cases, it was a smaller than usual crowd of roughly 300 people