Chay D. Baxley

Top 5 Father’s Day Finds

Sometimes it seems like dads get the short end of the stick when it comes to gift receiving. Yes, he did need new socks. But did he want them? Of course not. That’s not going to happen this year, though.…

Monsters in Midtown

Residents of Midtown’s Beard Street go all out for Halloween, with elaborate decorations, haunted houses and activities to entertain the thousands of people who come to join in the fun. Saige Roberts   Each year near dusk on All Hallows…

Inside Windsor Trace

As soon as the The Naumann Group slapped a sign up on Thomasville Road, chatter began about the new “pocket park community” of Windsor Trace. Just as cozy and charming as its affectionate nickname might suggest, the new-to-market neighborhood was…

The Wonders of Coconut Oil

Do a quick Internet search for the phrase “coconut oil” and your browser will come alive with testimonials advocating for this New Age super-fruit. Add “organic” to the mix, and there’s a serious possibility your server might crash from information…

The Makings of a Mantel

The battle between interior decorating professionals and average Joes everywhere has come to a bitter, bitter end. Decorators, utterly spent from fighting the good fight, have retracted their ban on televisions being gloriously mounted above a flickering fireplace. Mika Fowler…

2014 Cards for a Cure Charity Event

Cards for a Cure September 29, 2014 Things were “in the pink” at the ninth annual Cards for a Cure fundraiser, held Sept. 27 at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum. Throughout its history, the evening of dining, dancing, auctions and “funny…

What's Going On In Tally

RECENTLY STARTED ▪ Construction on The Edison, a brewpub situated in the old electrical building in Cascades Park, is currently underway. Scheduled to open early this fall, the property is going through a $2.1 million transformation. The multi-level facility will…