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Shakespeare still relevant 400 years after death
In Hamlet, William Shakespeare writes: "Thou know'st 'tis common; all that lives must die, passing through nature to eternity." April 23 marks the 400th anniversary of William...
Drummer teaches kids with autism magic of music
Local musician Jay DiBella sings and plays drums for his blues band. It's his passion. But he has another passion, too. DiBella is using his musical talents to help children...
Photos: Drummer teaches music to autistic kids
Jay poses with some of the kids in the drum class. Kids in the Parker Foundation for Autism & Child Development learned about making and playing the drums with lessons from Jay...
Author's anti-bullying story goes nationwide
Local children's book author, Jaimie M. Engle, has finalized a deal with Spectra Music Group that will carry her fantasy adventure story and anti-bullying message nationwide via...
Proud adoptive mother's family grows
There was a time, about a decade ago, when Robin Whiting's house wasn't as full as it is today. Love has a tendency to expand to fill its surroundings, and that is precisely...
http://www.floridatoday.com/videos/news/2015/11/27/76470952/
Proud adoptive mother's family grows
Our Haunted Coast - SpaceCoast Living Magazine
By Christine Edwards | Photography by Chuck Palmer The Space Coast is home to several haunted locales. Visitors have had unexplainable encounters in Emma Parrish Theatre in...
Wood look tile is trending in Brevard County
Wood look tile is sweeping across Brevard County and in the process providing low maintenance, affordable flooring options for local residents. The product has come a long way...
Summer activities for kids that won't break the bank
Today is officially the first day of summer. The sun is blazing, the temperature is skyrocketing and the children are out of school. Not much can be done about the weather, but...
Team Grace has grace to share
Grace McBride is an 11-year-old on a mission to make a difference in her community. Motivated by her sister's battle with a rare disorder and aided by her devoted mother, she...
Brevard County Hometown Heroes
When You Need Help the Most, They're the First on Scene The old saying goes, "everyday people can be heroes every day." Everyday heroes are your next door neighbors, the man...
Pound puppies help troubled youth get back on track
Fluff, a Brindle pup, plays with his littermates in the shade of a moss-covered tree. Weeks ago he was on puppy death row, even though he'd committed no crime. Through...
http://www.floridatoday.com/videos/news/2015/04/15/25478885/
Pixel Fund Puppies
Puppies of Pixel Fund
Puppies from the Pixel Fund playing while waiting for adoption at the Brevard County Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Sharpes, where they work with juveniles. Photos by...
Mortgage Insurance: What Homeowners Need to Know
Are you throwing money away? If you have a mortgage, you may be giving away hard-earned money every single month because you didn't send one measly document to your mortgage...
FCAT's Replacement is the FSA
FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) used to be a term that fired up Floridian students and teachers to hit the books hard. The 2014-2015 school year bids farewell to...
Garlic: A Spicy International Love Affair
The country of Chad may seem like a strange place to order a helping of gumbo, but it’s an experience one must try to truly understand. N’Djamena, the capital of Chad, is almost...
100 Ways to Feel Young
Chronological age and perceived age don't always align, and that can be a good thing.
Smoothing the Move to Assisted Living - Garden of Palms
When Kathy Michalek thinks back to the move from the house where she and her husband Mitch raised four kids, she remembers that, "The hardest things about moving were all the...
Local senior quartet going strong for two decades
Staying power is one of the entertainment industry's most finite resource. And while it may be rare, it's one thing that local quartet Hot Cocoa possesses. The all-female...
Reserve security forces squadron welcomes new first sergeant
Master Sergeant James Smith replaces Master Sergeant Christine Edwards as the 920th Security Forces Squadron First Sergeant.
7 Easy Ways to Find Cheap Textbooks for College
Textbooks are not getting cheaper, but resourceful students can still save money on required reads for their online degree. Below are seven easy ways to find cheap textbooks and...
Advice From A Teen Mom - Pregnancy Support
The dream I had at sixteen was marvelous and filled with what I thought success looked like. To me, success meant having the college dorm experience and then moving to a large...
My Wingman Stories: Christine Edwards
Posted by Christine M. Edwards Three days before I was supposed to drive from Texas to Florida, my car was totaled in an accident. All of my belongings were packed in the back...

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La Jolla is a Writer's Retreat
Posted by Dennis DeSouza on Saturday, March 26th, 2016 at 1:02pm. Artists and writers have been drawn to homes in La Jolla for a very long time. After its establishment in 1894,...
The Muirlands at a Glance
Posted by Dennis DeSouza on Friday, December 11th, 2015 at 5:37pm. The Muirlands real estate is some of the most sought-after in La Jolla, and for good reason. The picturesque...
A Closer Look at Del Mar's Beaches and Parks
Posted by Dennis DeSouza on Friday, January 22nd, 2016 at 3:40pm. Del Mar real estate is set among some of the loveliest surroundings imaginable. The tranquil city's shoreline...
4 Little-Known Facts About La Jolla
Posted by Dennis DeSouza on Friday, October 2nd, 2015 at 6:46am. If asked to describe La Jolla, many would cite its beautiful climate, endless sunshine, seven miles of...

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