September-October 2015

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Puppies in the Pool

Trousdell Aquatics Center hosts a doggie day.

Waverly Hills

History and Southern Charm

Not Your Average Beach House

The Slopes of New Mexico

Light snow and blue skies makes New Mexico just right for skiing.

Let Yourself Breathe

Think about meditation for your health.

‘Micro’ Medical

The full health care picture crafted though these stories.

Bring on The Pumpkin

Are you ready for some pumpkin?

PCB Conservation Park

12 new trails nature-loving hikers will be sure to enjoy.

September/October 2015 Agenda

Company Ready

Getting ready for your holiday guests.

Parched Plants?

Wise ways to water.

The Copper Comeback

Copper comes back around.

Is Bitcoin Legit Coin?

After a shady start, it's redeemed itself.

The ‘People’s’ Orchestra

The Big Bend Orchestra starts it's 21st year.

Tackling the Big Stuff

Making major renovations.

Your Perfect Pair

Jeans are what's trending!

Healthy Halloween

Taking the sweet out of 'trick or treat.'

The Grande Dames of Real Estate

Meet Tallahassee's veteran realtors.

Maximizing Potential

Maxwell VanHoeij, graces Tallahassee with his musical talent.

Capital Angels

How Tallahassee reacted during the Civil War.

Explore Exotic Options

Tasty dishes from around the world, right here in Tallahassee.

Change and Challenge

We’re sitting down with President John Thrasher of Florida State University and President Elmira Mangum of Florida A&M University to catch up after their first year on the job.

We’ve Come Up with Another One

Craftsman-Style Home Crafted a Quick Sale

Monsters in Midtown

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye ... Sort Of

City Blood Pressure Monitor

The Statue of Liberty Turns 129

America’s Symbol of Hope

The Buzz- September/October

A Feast for the Senses

Coffee and a bite at the Catalina cafes.

A Self-Made Niche

Unwelcome Guests

Ready. Aim. Shoot.

Cutting Edge — No Blade

The innovation of operation.

When I’m 65

Planning for retirement is closer than you think.

The ‘New Normal’

After chemo and radiation, what's left?

The Era of Trials

Care for Those in Crisis

A brand-new, state-of-the-art unit.

Health by the Numbers

Wanted: Homegrown Doctors

By recruiting rural doctors, creating residencies and expanding opportunities, FSU is ahead of the curve.
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