Having déjà vu, again? Here’s why.
illustration by Charles Bakofsky Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer had his hooves full facing down the mighty “Abominable Snow Monster of the North,” a fiend from the darkest reaches of the icy wilderness. But if we stop and think about it,…
The Gadsden Arts Center promotes modern arts and culture.
Independent living takes on a new meaning for some seniors.
An Aucilla River discovery uncovers understandings about early humans.
How to handle and care for stranded sea life.
I’m not an automotive junkie, but doggone it, I miss the front bench seat. This kind of seating arrangement — as a standard amenity — has been extinct since bucket seats and transmission-mounted gearshifts took the domestic auto industry by…
Rhesus macaque monkeys are creating a stir in Franklin County.
The toughest part about building a dog house may be selling Fido on the idea.
Archaeological network promotes stewardship of historical resources.
Birdsong Nature Center celebrates 30 years.
Most men feel incomplete without their pocket knife.
While under glass, Old Joe remains Wakulla Springs’ most revered gator.
Skunks are no longer seen — or otherwise detected — as much as they used to be.
I asked God for strength, that I might achieve. I was made weak, that I might learn humbly to obey. Courtesy of the Bowman Family There’s a dramatic turning point in the annual reenactment of the Battle of Olustee when the…
FSU veterans get creative with the help of the university’s Peace Paper Project.
Tallahassee is honored by the advent of a new national cemetery.
Star Wars fans and fanatics whose lives were changed by the on-screen arrival almost four decades ago of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Darth Vader look forward to the release of Episode VII: The Force Awakens.
The grand tapestry of 308 years of early Florida history is now being displayed in spectacular fashion, thanks to the completion of “Forever Changed: La Florida 1513-1821,” a new permanent exhibit at the Museum of Florida History. Phase 1 of…
How Tallahassee reacted during the Civil War.
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