President Ronald Reagan often was referred to as the “Great Communicator.” President Donald Trump may well go down in history as one of the better “Manipulators” among the 45 U. S. presidents. Publisher of The New York Times learned that lesson when he agreed to what appears to have been an “off the record” … Continue reading Stanford Erickson: Trump’s Gotcha Meeting with a Publisher.
On August 8, 2018 Vero Communiqué published an article about how we think we can provide a service to the Spanish speaking community by periodically providing insight and reporting on key issues. The support we received on our article since then has been overwhelming. We continue to receive likes and shares on our Vero Communiqué … Continue reading Vero Communiqué Welcomes the Indian River County, FL Spanish Speaking Community.
While the Decennial U.S. Census figures are based on actual counts of persons dwelling in U.S. residential structures, the Indian River County Conservation Lands Program conducts their own census on actual counts of Florida Scrub Jays dwelling in their own residential territories. Dr. Ron S. Jarmin is performing the non-exclusive functions and duties of the … Continue reading Indian River County, FL is Unique in the U.S. for Having its Own “Census Bureau” for Florida Scrub Jays.
Mike Block: Mike Block String Camp Hello Treasure Coast Music Fans! I'm excited to let you know that the 2018 Vero Beach International Music Festival will be presenting three FREE performances next week, July 11, 13, and 14, in McAfee Hall at the First Presbyterian Church of Vero Beach. Our three concerts will feature a stellar line-up … Continue reading 2018 Vero Beach, FL International Music Festival: July 11 – 14!
Vero Beach Mayor Harry Howle and City Councilman Val Zudans are advocating for the inclusion of commercial development, Orchid Island Brewery, in MacWilliam Park and leasing the River House to the Orchid Island Brewery. At the May 15 City Council meeting, without any backup information, Councilman Val Zudans slipped onto the May 15 Council agenda an … Continue reading Does River House in MacWilliam Park, Vero Beach, FL Deserve Such a Lack of Respect?
Architectural Drawing of Humiston Park, VBLA “House of Refuge” Any one out there want to be the hero to Vero Beach residents, visitors & our very hard working public safety organization that protects our beaches 365 days of the year? The Vero Beach Lifeguard Association (VBLA) is in dire need of a new structure, a … Continue reading Sherry Nist Corey: Vero Beach, FL Lifeguard Association (VBLA). Life Saving & Public Safety in Need of a New “House of Refuge”
Writing & photos by Sherry Nist* “Welcome to Paradise” is an oft repeated greeting in Vero Beach. My conversations with Vero’s residents frequently include the word “paradise”. I like to ask residents I meet: “how (or why) did you decide to live in Vero Beach”? Responses almost always include: “why wouldn’t we live here, … Continue reading Vero Beach, FL’s Gifts from the Sea: Beaching it in 32963 and Indian River County.