Good News in Florida’s Space Coast

We shine a light on people doing good things in Florida’s Space Coast, our local community.

  • Turkey Creek Sanctuary
    Turkey Creek Sanctuary, nestled quietly off Port Malabar Blvd in Palm Bay, Florida, offers a rare glimpse into the untouched beauty of the Real Florida.
  • Mountain Biking in Central Florida
    When people think of Florida, they often envision sandy beaches and palm trees swaying in the breeze. However, hidden within Central Florida’s diverse landscape lies a thriving mountain biking scene waiting to be discovered.
  • Sustainability in Florida
    Florida, known for its stunning beaches, diverse ecosystems, and unique wildlife, is not only a tourist paradise, but also a prime location for sustainable initiatives. In this post, we will explore some of the remarkable sustainability efforts taking place in the Sunshine State and how they are shaping a greener future for generations to come.
  • Grant BBQ Festival
    Welcome to the Grant BBQ Festival on April 14-16, 2023. For 21 years, the Grant BBQ Festival, an amazing community event has been bringing great food, music, arts & crafts, BBQ Competition, and a Classic Cars show to Brevard, County, Florida. Join us in 2023 for another round.
  • Van Gogh’s Starry Night
    A captured moment in time, capable of evoking deep emotions with each viewing, Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” is easily one of the most recognized paintings of the Post-Impressionism movement. Visually bordering on the line between real and unreal, its beauty and timelessness resonates with so many people.
  • The Florida Trail
    Until you experience the great outdoors, you really have no concept of what Florida is all about. The remarkable diversity of our state takes a lifetime to appreciate. From beach to marsh, forests to sand hills, the breadth, width and scale is hard to take all in.
  • Financial Literacy
    What are we teaching our kids, about how the world really works? The answer is, not very much. And yet, public education barely covers the notion of earning a living, taxes, insurance, credit debt or any number of topics on managing money.
  • Dante’s Inferno and Holy Week
    In the Inferno, Dante gives us an eternal perspective on life that’s reliable and trustworthy. We often lose our way in our daily grind. We forget what’s important, and why we do all we do.
  • Passover and Messiah
    The theme of redemption is central to the Feast of Passover—as Israel was set free from 400 years of slavery. Both Jews and Christians can agree that Passover prophetically points to another level of redemption to come.