September-October 2009

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High-Access Homes

If you want your home to continue to be accessible as you age, universal design is the way to go

Tin Revival

New kitchen design trends include tin ceilings, which add vintage flair to any home.

Wonder Berry?

The acai berry has been touted for its many health benefits, including aiding weight loss, but does it live up to the hype?

Amelia Island

Add sun, sand, shopping and a luxurious hotel with girlfriends and you’ve got the perfect ingredients for a relaxing weekend away.

Back to Basics, With a Twist

With “A Thyme to Celebrate,” the Junior Leaguers are at it again, creating yet another cookbook sure to be a favorite resource for local cooks.

Time for Tangy

The tangy-sweet grapefruit.

Oh, the Horror!

Monitoring Smart Phones

Learn how to make sure your kids aren’t using their smart phones for foolish—or even illegal—activities.

Introducing CarFit

Make sure your car “fits” by adjusting the seats and headrests for maximum safety and comfort.

2009 Best of Tallahassee

One to Watch: Terry Galloway

Terry Galloway sheds her Mickee Faust alter ego to promote her recently published memoir, “Mean Little deaf Queer.”

Q & A: Delmar Smith

At age 94, Delmar Smith is Florida’s oldest barber with a career that spans generations.

Restoration of Carlisle Floyd

Carlisle Floyd wrote one of America’s most famous operas in Tallahassee, and one man has made it his quest to preserve Floyd’s music for posterity.

Feathers and Eggshells

Home Is Where the RV Is

I’d Like to Brag on My Staff

A Golden Evening

Marvin Goldstein celebrates 50 years of making music with many of the folks who have played and sung along with him.

Amelia Island Getaway

Add sun, sand, shopping and a luxurious hotel with girlfriends and you’ve got the perfect ingredients for a relaxing weekend away.

A World of Work

Andy Ball grew up in Tallahassee and has gone on to work in the White House and around the world.

Following Ancient Footsteps

Move over I-10, the historical Mission Road has run between Pensacola and St. Augustine for centuries.

Driven to Safety

Elizabeth Landers gives a firsthand account of her experience in the Leon County Sheriff’s Office’s Teen Crash Avoidance Program.

It’s Bad to the Bones

Calcium and exercise help prevent osteoporosis, but what gets overlooked?

FSU Fans Pow Wow Online

Gene Williams started the Warchant.com Web site in 1994 and he’s been on top of the Seminole game ever since.
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