Author: Ivy Jacobson

Experience Florida in the Civil War

What if Margaret Mitchell had Scarlett O’Hara eating Florida oranges instead of Georgia peaches while she was strolling around Tara? The Sunshine State might be better known for its role in the Civil War, that’s for sure. At a unique…

Sticky, Tasty and Good For You, Too

art by bonnie haldane lewis; photo by scott holstein   Peanut butter is one of the most celebrated foods in America, and because of its popularity, it gets the month of November to preen in sticky, wonderful glory. Why does…

Bites of Bliss

Lucy and Leo’s Cupcakery owners Jean Bates and Paula Lucas have a simple recipe for success: open the only “cupcakery” in town, bake unique and delicious flavors in every paper cup, then generously frost and decorate each with an overload…

1996: Sudden Fame, Continued Success

When author and Alligator Point resident Connie May Fowler appeared in the May/June 1996 issue of Tallahassee Magazine, it was a small article talking about her newest book, “Before Women Had Wings.” Much has changed for Fowler since then, starting…