After four decades as a restaurateur on the same corner in Tallahassee’s Downtown, Andy Reiss has something to celebrate.
But for one almost-forgotten postwar academic year 66 years ago, a reluctant University of Florida grudgingly agreed to share a campus in Tallahassee.
With a spiky golden blonde hairdo, short skirt, sky-high heels, blinged-out jewelry and energy to spare, Marsha Doll is easy to pick out in a crowd.
The No. 1 costume for kids last year was a princess. For adults it was a ... Enjoy these frightfully good facts and not-so-spooky stats relating to Halloween.
In the past few years, the number of animals and birds needing help at Goose Creek Wildlife Sanctuary has grown by a couple of hundred each year.
Training to be an Olympic-class athlete is no mean feat. It’s relentless. You’ve got to want it.
Robin Safley is quite busy these days, settling into her new gig as director of the state’s Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness.