The Wild Side
Photos and story by Allison Arteaga Florida Wildlife Hospital Helps Keep Native Critters Healthy and Happy If you didn’t know what you were looking for, you might drive right past it. Florida Wildlife Hospital, located in Palm Shores just off of U.S. 1, is a nondescript yellow building marked only by a small wooden sign. Four lanes of traffic whiz by outside, but within the walls of the compound is a peaceful haven for wildlife in need. Even though the Florida Wildlife Hospital itself might be easy to overlook, there’s no denying that the organization is doing big things for local fauna here ...
By Jaimie M. Engle Philanthropists Spotlight In honor of the spirit of Thanksgiving, SpaceCoast Living is showcasing the profiles of several residents who treat each day as one to be thankful for. Their dedication to improving the community and the world around us inspires the philanthropic spirit in everyone by showing that it takes just one person who is willing to help many in need. Acacia Woodley BIG DREAMS COME IN TINY PACKAGES Fifth grader Acacia Woodley is a tiny girl with a big dream. Born without hands, Acacia has always found nontraditional ways to reach her goals, be it fingernail painting, climbing trees, or ...
Stories of Survival from Real Women Who’ve Been There Breast cancer survivors are passionate in their survivorship and supporting other women who are going through it. This month, we feature some local survivors who are helping others and changing the way we deal with the disease. “Loving” Through It Dawn Russo Age: 43 Not many women would count breast cancer as a blessing but Dawn Russo isn’t like many women. After being diagnosed in March of this year, she has experienced an outpouring of love and kindness from family, friends, her boyfriend and even the staff at Imperial Salon and Spa where she works. ...
The Power of Reinvention
By Suzanne Fox Sevel Sometimes we choose to reinvent ourselves. Other times, circumstances force change upon us. And still other times it’s a little of both. Reinvention when you have no choice, when your life was one way, and now it is another, is about harnessing your inner strength and having faith in yourself. These two women managed to create new lives for themselves while helping others in the process. Wall of Strength Healing and Thriving Debbie Wall was 49 years old when she lost her husband Bill to bladder cancer. “We’d been together for 29 years,” she says. “We had a house and ...
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The best gifts come in small packages. If you are looking for something sparkly and special this holiday season, whether for yourself or someone else, Kempf’s Jewelers in Indialantic has an incomparable selection of fine jewelry.
In honor of Sorelli Hair Studio & Spa’s 5th anniversary on November 1, SpaceCoast Living magazine is giving two lucky readers a chance to win a $25 gift card to be used towards any spa or salon service!
For the past 30 years, Festival of Trees has signaled the beginning of the holiday season on the Space Coast.
From drug store to department store brands, it seems there is a “miracle” cream promising to correct any and all skin issues […]
If you didn’t know what you were looking for, you might drive right past it. Florida Wildlife Hospital, located in Palm Shores just off of U.S. 1, is a nondescript yellow building marked only by a small wooden sign.
First came Grills Seafood Deck & Tiki Bar at the Port’s Cove dining district, which became a mainstay for locals and cruise ship passengers alike.
Lisa Ficke is a mom on a mission. As the founder of Food Allergy Resources and Mentoring, a new local 501(c)(3) nonprofit, she is working to spread awareness of the growing food allergy epidemic and provide a voice for those who live with food allergies.
Echelon Builders Customizes the Perfect Outdoor Sanctuary Photography by UNEEK Luxury Real Estate Tours One of the most obvious benefits of living […]