Meet Karen LaMonte, the artist behind the sculpture "Reclining Dress Absence" in the VBMA's permanent collection at VBMA.
Supermodel Kim Alexis will speak at Fashion Meets Art event, an occasion styled to encourage happiness and inspire imagination.
Vero Beach is full of treasure! Whether you're combing the beach after a storm or exploring local shops, there's always something exciting to find.
Express yourself this summer. Choose a special ring from one of Vero Beach’s finest shops or jewelers.
Show appreciation for the mothers in your life with these featured items from our local shops
Melinda started Cooper & Co. 33 years ago, and Nancie bought Sigrid’s of Vero — without inventory — 27 years ago and made it her own.
The all-women-owned and operated family business — now three generations deep — thrives today while so many neighboring retail establishments have come and gone in that same period.
They say that home is where the heart is. But what if your heart is torn between two equally captivating places that lie more than 8,000 miles apart?
Our local retailers have gotten into the spirit of the invention of the calendar and timepieces and have provided a spectacular showcase of beautiful watches and clocks. Enjoy!
Choosing the right swimsuit for your body type is a tricky business.
Local photographer Hilary Bonbright Mullarkey captures Vero Beach residents at play in beachwear.
Golf fashions offer brightly colored variations on the classics.
New ideas for fall entertaining from local shops.
A colorful springtime celebration of style.
Katharine Hepburn’s movie costumes are currently on display at the Vero Beach Museum of Art, inspiring jewelry in this month’s fashion section.
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Indian River citrus began in 1807, and rapidly became the most important agricultural product in our area. While our local fruit, especially grapefruit, is popular in many countries, our leading importer is Japan – Indian River grapefruit accounts for over 95 percent of all of the Florida fruit shipped there.
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