March-April 2012

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South Walton

These coastal communities have whatever you’re looking for at the beach

Hey, Bartender!

Shaken, stirred or muddled? Here are the bartender’s essentials.

Laying the Perfect Foundation

To create a beautiful look, you need the perfect foundation.


The history and symbolism of Hot Cross Buns.

A Temporary Home of Your Own

CHECK IT OUT » Tallahassee’s Fuller Center


How To: Pick Up A Pen It's Time To Begin

Put a pen to paper April is the month to try Writing Poetry

FYI: Tweet. Friend. Blog. Upload

Find the social media platform that’s right for you.

Take Me Away … But Not Too Far

Generation Next: Zzzs Interrupted

Dealing with things that go bump in the night.

Our Space Has Been Invaded — Again

Snail Mail in the Internet Age

The Post Isn't Just For Your Grandmother

Double-Duty Swim Fashion

Now, You Can Dress Up for the Beach AND Take Your Swimsuit Uptown

A Growing Trend

More People are Opting For Gardens You Can Eat

Mind Over Money

Counselors Help Clients Achieve Financial Goals in a Tough Economy

Power Couples

Couples With High-Profile Lives Share How They Balance 
Work, Family and Marriage

SPOTLIGHT » Time for Tennis

Florida's Lottery Cheerleader

Cynthia O’Connell is in the Business of Making Dreams Come True for Game Winners 
and Students

Let the Eventing Begin

The Olympic spirit comes to the Red Hills Horse trials this yearLet the Eventing Begin

Musical Mecca

Way down upon the Suwannee River, you’ll find great music festivals

Great Getaways

Fall in Love With Nature at This North Georgia Treasure Callaway Gardens

Hajo, Revisited

A man, and the Florida panther he always remembered

‘Call’s Railroad’

Spurred By Wealthy Planters and Investors, the Short-Line Tallahassee Rail Road Became Indispensable in Peace and War

In Search of the Perfect Home-Grown Tomato

To-ma-to? To-mah-to? Say it however you like, here are tips for a delicious addition to the garden.

Digital Edition

Enjoy the 2012 March/April issue of Tallahassee Magazine in a flip-book format.

One to watch » LAURIE GRAYBAR