Ancient arrowheads, spear points, swords, plates, clay candlesticks, bottles, pistols, muskets, cannon balls, anchors, ships’ rigging, copper pots, wheels and gears, shoeshine stands, petticoats, flags, photos, cigar boxes and baby carriages. All these relics, and many more, are evidence of…
Jackie, Red and breaking the color barrier.
A different time and place at Lichgate.
With film and a classic camera, photographer Cliff Englert takes retro-style black-and-white photographs of his hometown.
Key stats about your favorite hometown college teams
Endangered Whooping Cranes visit SouthWood.
In the current exhibit at Goodwood Museum and Gardens, fabric and fragrance tell its stories.
Watch your step, Tallahassee! The ground at your feet could hold remarkable historical treasures.
Home to two Florida Governors, Tallahassee's public treasure, the Grove, gets a new owner and a makeover.
Did Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto really celebrate North America's first Christmas in Tallahassee?
How a Political Underdog Was Elected Senator ‘Walkin’ Lawton’ Chiles. The first steps of Lawton’s campaign.
But for one almost-forgotten postwar academic year 66 years ago, a reluctant University of Florida grudgingly agreed to share a campus in Tallahassee.
Not many in Tallahassee would respond to hearing her name by asking, “Mary Call who?” She’s well known and widely admired by countless friends and by many others who know her only because of her name and her status as…
A quest to find the ‘outsider’ writer who captured the spirit of North Florida
A man, and the Florida panther he always remembered
Spurred By Wealthy Planters and Investors, the Short-Line Tallahassee Rail Road Became Indispensable in Peace and War
Fort Houstoun remains a well-defined reminder of how close the war came to Tallahassee.