Of all the ships that foundered off the Treasure Coast through the centuries, the one remembered best is the Reformation.
After Bill and Lisa Becker moved to Vero Beach in 1996, he would run past a house around the corner, thinking to himself, “what a great place to raise a family.”
In 2007, two teachers/coaches traded their textbooks for aprons to enter the chaotic culinary industry.
With some things familiar and some things new, the 2016-2017 season is on course to be an exciting one for visitors to Treasure Coast museums.
The performing arts — plays, all kinds of music — are always excellent on the Treasure Coast, but this year brings some great performances that everyone will want to see.
Lights sparkling on Christmas trees, dancing on palm trees, glittering on boats gliding through the soft dark of a December evening on the Indian River Lagoon…. it’s holiday time on the Treasure Coast.
It’s been a whirlwind fall for Leslie McGuirk, published author, astrologer, corporate speaker and TED Talk speaker.
Longtime Treasure Coast newsman Ted Burrows had a front row seat to mid-20th century history as it was happening while serving in the White House as a communications technician during the administrations of Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.
When Fort Pierce artist Susie Cassens was only 8 years old, she started drawing, and her mother took notice.