Brevard’s Derby Girls Rule the Rink
By: Cindi Courbat In the rough and tumble world of women's roller derby, you might not expect to find school teachers, engineers, medical professionals, mothers and daughters — even a few grandmothers — but, then again, you probably haven’t met Brevard’s all-female roller derby team. The Molly Roger Rollergirls team is made up of about 50 active members ranging in age from 18 to mid-50s. On the rink their skills cover the full spectrum from beginners who are just learning how to roller skate to seasoned competitors bearing tough derby names like “Sugar and Spite,” “Mayhem” or “Kellasaurus.” “We are a diverse group ...
All in the Family
Brevard County Residents Love Their Pets by Jaimie M. Engle With more than a dozen pet adoption centers, leash-free dog parks, and cat grooming boutiques these four-legged furry friends (and reptiles, amphibians and birds) move into our homes and into our hearts. They become our family. In this spotlight, we will introduce some dogs and cats who go to work with their humans, dogs trained to assist the disabled, and a pet hospital dedicated to community involvement. Danielle Becton Veterinarian, Aloha Pet and Bird Hospital Animals: Cats, dogs, reptiles, small mammals, birds and exotic animals Dr. Danielle Becton sees her fair share of animals. As one ...
The Search is On! 4th Annual Cover Model Search
See Yourself on the Cover of SpaceCoast Living! The search is on! SpaceCoast Living is looking for one lucky reader to be on the February 2015 cover. Finalists will receive supermodel treatment and be pampered with professional hair and makeup, professional styling and a fashion cover photo shoot. Whether you’re male or female, 21 or 62, we invite you to enter our 4th Annual Cover Model Search. To enter or nominate someone, fill out the form below by October 1, 2014. All nominees must reside in Brevard County. By submitting this form you are verifying that you are age 21 or over. Also, you ...
Breaking the Mold
Photo credit: Angel Gray Photography Wedding Trends VS. Traditions Keeping up with trends and traditions when it comes to the “big day” can be daunting. How do a bride and groom find the right mix of trends and traditions that reflect their love and personalities? Local experts weigh in on the latest developments and timeless traditions.“Since professionally planning weddings and events beginning in 1988, long before wedding and event planning became a recognized industry, I have noticed that many traditions have gradually changed and trends, as they do, have come and gone,” Jamie Field of Jamie Field Events said. Today’s weddings are all ...
One Fine Day
These Space Coast couples hosted memorable celebrations that were personalized, unique and special to celebrate saying “I do.” Sara & John Russo - 11.16.2013 Both bride and groom grew up in Melbourne Beach, attending the same elementary and high school together. But it wasn’t until connecting after college and living back in Brevard County that the two fell in love. The couple became engaged in December of 2012 in South Beach and married on November 16 of the following year at the Foosaner Art Museum, Florida Institute of Technology. A 12 by 8 foot painting of a Montana landscape by artist Theodore ...
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