Part Time Work from Home Gigs and Where to Apply By Ani Sharad

The advent of high-speed Internet has given birth to an array of remote home-based gigs. These gigs are ideal for students, stay at home parents, and even retirees. While setting their own hours, one can earn a respectable part-time income. Here’s an overview of five gigs to apply to today. Read More …

Email Signatures = Free Marketing What’s Yours?, by Kim Shivler

Love it or hate it, email appears to be here to stay, and for many small business owners, it is a key form of communication between them and their customers. According to Hubspot, more than 306 billion emails are sent per day and 64% of small businesses use email marketing. Read More …

The Space Coast Burger Battle, Who will be the Champ? Out And About by Frank Taniyo

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon this past August 20th, the smell of burgers cooking on an open flame fills Wickham Park with a mouthwatering aroma that will draw people from all around to see what is going on. You could taste the intoxicating food that just tickled your nose as you arrived at the festival area; you knew you are at The Space Coast Burger Battle. Read More …

Tech for Incarcerated – Better Rehabilitation and Low Recidivism / presented by SimplyBestWebsites.Com

Per the Bureau of Justice Statistics, about 95% of 2.2 million incarcerated would eventually be released. The societal expectation is that they make meaningful contributions from day one. Tech is helping deliver on this expectation. Read More …

Workplace Essentials: Creating an Accountable Workplace / By Alan Bernstein, SHRM-SCP

Accountability is an essential factor in an exceptional, high-functioning workplace. It is very important to build a team that fosters workplace accountability since accountability will be reflected in the accuracy and efficiency of the work produced by the employees. Read More …

Florida Department of State Adds Rockledge Country Club to the Florida Historic Golf Trail

Rockledge Country Club, located in the City of Rockledge in Brevard County, has become the newest partner course on the Florida Historic Golf Trail. Read More …

Are You Embracing Your Authentic Self?, by Angela Bozorth

I recently lost my dear Aunt Linda to a quick but valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. However,  I am comforted by our final time spent together last Thanksgiving weekend.  During the family visit, she entertained all present with her guitar playing, singing and dancing and I am blessed to have much of this most precious memory recorded on my cellphone. Read More …

Quick Guide to Social Media Marketing in 2022, by Alys Blevins

Every entrepreneur knows that social media marketing is the place to crush it and get more customers. But it is changing, social media site owners are pushing businesses to spend money and are slowly making it more difficult to organically market businesses. Here is our quick guide to social media marketing in 2022. Read More …

The Source Holds Official Ribbon Cutting for “New” Palm Bay Dignity Bus

Palm Bay Dignity Bus is distinct and unique with a custom-made interior and exterior, providing 16 secure, climate-controlled, individual sleep pods with a privacy curtain, a lockable door, a restroom, under-bus storage, pet pods for companion animals, an onboard overnight security person, a monitored CCTV surveillance and an air-filtration system. Read More …

The Burger Inn, our Friend For 70 Years / Courtesy of Out And About, by Frank Taniyo

The Burger Inn is owned by Mike Mauro who bought the landmark 10 years ago. Mike works with his wife and children dishing up some of the best burgers in the area.

We now live at a time when you can use an app on your phone and have someone drop off food on the floor next to your door, but you miss out on the experience of the service at The Burger Inn. Read More …

The Untold Truth – How Dogs Affect the Lagoon / by Lagoon Loyal and Brevard County’s SOIRL Program

It’s a game of numbers that begins with one basic starting point: One gram of dog waste (equivalent to the weight of a small paperclip) contains 23 million fecal coliform bacteria. That’s nearly twice as much as human waste!  Read More …

Cassie’s Delicious Stranger is an instant hit with Brevard County readers and beyond!

Local Author April Cobb nailed it with her recently released thriller/romance and was immediately requested for two book clubs and a third to follow. Book one in the trilogy has been spotted on cruise ships out of Cape Canaveral as well as on the shoreline beaches of Brevard County, Shreve Port, LA., Webster, MA., Pueblo West, CO., Putnam, CT. and beyond. Read More …