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College Town Times Three

When the teams are winning, cash registers jingle, steps are brisker, clerks are friendlier, drivers are more polite and there’s gaiety in the air … . It’s a little gloomier the morning after a loss. A little bitter with the…

Interviewing a Centenarian

Lillian Cox celebrates her 100th birthday and offers a little insight into her long lifeLillian CoxOne Savvy CentenarianFeb. 22, 2007, Lillian Cox turned 100 years old. Three days later, she and 400 guests enjoyed her birthday party at the Woman’s…

The Performing Arts Center Question

Tallahassee’s proposed performing arts center will likely cost $90 million or more in tax dollars. Is it worth it? And will residents have to give up needed infrastructure to pay for it? We present the pros and cons.

From the Publisher

A Letter from the publisherTough Times Should Bring Out the Best in PeopleBy Brian Rowland, Publisher  During these days of economic challenge, many Americans are looking to Washington for a recovery solution that will help kick-start our economy and get…

From the Editor

From the EditorThe Accidental TallahasseeanBy Rosanne Dunkelberger When a new Florida governor is elected, it’s a Tallahassee Magazine tradition to write a feature story that focuses on the first lady and the children, checking in to see how everybody is…

Crist: Hard-Liner with a Soft Side

So, who is the real Charlie Crist?CHARLIE CRIST, REPUBLICANHard-Liner with a Soft Side{mosimage}Ask anyone who knows him and they’ll tell you that Charlie Crist, Republican frontrunner for governor, is a nice guy – affable and engaging and known for personally…

Exclusive: Bob Graham

Former senator Bob Graham in an exclusive interview on important Florida issuesBob GrahamStill Committed to Florida’s Issues Two years after retiring from the U.S. Senate, Bob Graham still is active on the national scene. As former chairman of the Senate Intelligence…

Tallahassee Marks The Spot

What’s in your wallet? Flawed $1 coins turn up in TallahasseeTallahassee Marks The Spot For Flawed U.S. Dollar CoinsBy Mark Mathosian The U.S. Mint recently created 300 million gold-hued $1 coins featuring George Washington on their face and the Statue…

Test Drive

The Thai Yoga massage is like nothing you’ve experienced beforeI’ll Thai Anything OnceThai Yoga Massage Provides Serious Stretching and Real Rejuvenation  By Ashley KahnMy back knotted and my curiosity piqued, I made an appointment for a mystery massage. No traditional…

Away from the Office

Tallahassee Business Journal  September-October 2008Away from the OfficeCompiled by Jason DehartHEALTH Online With the Doc Next time you feel sick, try reaching for the mouse instead of the phone. While many doctors have been slow to embrace e-mail as a…

From the Publisher

From the PublisherWas I “Readeeee?” I Only Thought SoRemember the old saying about being careful what you wish for? Now I keenly understand what that old saw really means.Each Thursday morning, 1st Lt. Amanda Ferrell sends me the Tyndall Eye,…

One to Watch: Logan Lane

7-year-old Logan Lane is making his mark on the local go-kart scenePhoto by Scott HolsteinLogan LaneLife in the Fast LaneBy Mike McLaffertyWhile most second-graders are preoccupied with toys and action figures, 7-year-old Logan Lane is racing his way toward local…

Changing Times

The first in our "Evolution" series of restrospectives examining different facets of local livingEvolution It started in 1979 with an idea and eight pages … and my, how we’ve changed!As Tallahassee Magazine enters its 30th year, we decided to take a…

Generation Next

As temperatures rise, the kids start heading outdoors – but make sure they apply sunscreen firstSummer Skin Care for KidsTeach your kids to protect their skin while they have fun in the sunBy Ayanna Shields The days are getting longer, the…

Make A List

All things list-worthy in the capital city - see how our lists stack upAre You Listless?Contributors:Rosanne Dunkelberger, Jason Dehart, Ashley Kahn, Shannon Grooters, Erin Sobel, Mike McLafferty, Tisha Crews Keller, Bonnie Lewis, Saige RobertsPhotography by Scott Holstein Notepad? Check. Pen?…