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Adams Ranch natural beef
From pasture to dinner plate

The Monday after their father’s death Sept. 22, brothers Lee, Mike and Robbie Adams gathered in the Adams Ranch headquarters ready for work, just another day at the office.


 
battle scene
Heroes fought an unpopular war with Seminoles

Spirits of the old frontier have long since been dispersed in Florida.


 
Garden room
Vero Beach home has fascinating past

Known today as Crescent Moon, the 95-year-old estate in western Vero Beach has been the location of secret liaisons during Prohibition and a fictional tryst between an American journalist and a Nicaraguan Sandinista rebel portrayed in a Hollywood movie.


 
Southern Ramen
Restaurant serves up down-home dishes

In the Historic Arts District in Downtown Vero Beach restaurant-goers will find a restaurant devoted to southern cuisine and hospitality.


 
iLuminate
Magical nights await theater-goers

Prepare to be awed, to fall in love with, and to remember forever the shows coming to the Treasure Coast this season.


 
ballet
Ballet troupes perform Nutcracker

Remembering childhood dreams of sugar plum fairies or dreaming up a new holiday tradition to treasure, The Nutcracker, with the familiar score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, very likely is on the list.


 
Deb Gooch
The Contemporary Painter

Vero Beach artist Deborah Gooch, known for her striking paintings that fuse elements of realism with those of abstract expressionism, started drawing as soon as she could hold a crayon.


 
Jeff McCullough
The KNIFE MAKER

Jeff McCullough has had a fascination with knives ever since he was a small child.


 
Elisabeth Gerard
The WOODWORKER

As her life was progressing, Elisabeth Gerard, who so enjoyed helping her father in his workshop, had no inkling her love of working with wood would come full-circle in sunny South Florida.


 
Heathcote Botanical Gardens
Santa’s coming to town by land and sea

Celebrate the very best of the 2017 holidays as you feast your eyes on thousands of colorful twinkling lights and enjoy sparkling events around the Treasure Coast in November and December.


 
Larry Lawson
Festival roundup

Each year the Treasure Coast blossoms with festivals and events that draw families from miles around. And there are a lot of them, from farmer’s markets to music, seafood, pirate festivals and art shows to the history festival hosted by Indian River Magazine.


 
the Nutcracker
Holiday calendar

Holiday events on the Treasure Coast


 
groundbreaking
Behind the wheels

Most of us may know one mother who seems to have it all together every morning.