May-June 2016

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Yoga Your Way

Yoga, around for ages, is showing up in new places.

Whither the Skunks?

Skunks are no longer seen — or otherwise detected — as much as they used to be.

From Tex Mex to Starbucks

A Triumph of Staging

SuzAnnz Home Feature

Tour a beach home whose organic textures make it effortlessly elegant.

Rooted in Rosehill

Featured Home: 208 Rosehill Drive W.

A French-Inspired Family Home

Together Again

Three sisters are reunited in a home specially remodeled for them.

Workout Wear You Can Wear Out

The line between gym clothes and street clothes is blurred.

Their Long and Winding Roads

We check in with senior seniors among us.

A Blind Visionary

A Tribute to Rod Durham

How to Grow (Late Season) Tomatoes

Miss Grow It All knows how to keep tomatoes healthy.

Hole-istic Recreation

Cornhole sets are easily made at home and are readily customizable.

All Out for Independence Day

Dress up your backyard for a sparkling Independence Day celebration.

Doors to Adore

There are countless ways to make a good first impression.

Talking our Town's Infrastructure

Public projects are pivotal in the life of a community.

Chasing Tall Odds on Fields of Play

Don’t count on sports paying for college.

Educational Loafing

Birdsong Nature Center celebrates 30 years.

Iberian Fancies

Many traditional activities have survived, but things may be looking up for bulls.

John Birch Creates New Life for Old Wood

Chainsaw artist John Birch transforms Mother Nature.

Beautiful Swan

Anjali Austin celebrates the crumbling of ballet’s color barrier.

Second Chances

Reggie Garcia on felons working to find a new place in society.

The Indefatigable Avis Berry

The jazz singer is a teacher, too — and a librarian.

Mad for a Certain Rum Drink

Why muddle through a sub-par mojito? Find the right one and get your mojo workin’.

Midtown’s Masa

Masa has blossomed into one of the Capital City’s most favored Asian fusion restaurants.

Mastering Grilling

Barbecue grills reflect varying degrees of sophistication.

Palate Pleasures

The Pleasure Palate Dinner was positively palatial.

What’s In Store?

Discover what’s new in the world of retailing.

A Sharp-Dressed Man

Attorney and sports agent Tim Jansen is well tailored.

A Handy Tool

Most men feel incomplete without their pocket knife.

Top 5 Father’s Day Finds


A collection of photos submitted by our readers.

50 Years of ‘Old Joe’

While under glass, Old Joe remains Wakulla Springs’ most revered gator.

The Music Woman

After 38 years, Leon High School choral music teacher Judy Arthur is retiring her pitch pipe.

Prairie Park Reptile

A captivating image of a gator caught sunning on a mild March day.

Grooming the Whole Person

Mark Zeigler serves FSU as professor, promoter and public speaker.

Minnie’s Legacy

Jack Levine fosters exchanges of wisdom and energy among generations.

Batter Up

The editor takes a nostalgic trip around the bases.

Time and Travis Travel

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