Jack Levine fosters exchanges of wisdom and energy among generations.
In Their Own Words
Jack Rudloe earns a spot on National Geographic’s Hall of Heroes.
Tallahassee’s rising cool factor is no happy accident. Spoiler alert: We earned it.
FSU veterans get creative with the help of the university’s Peace Paper Project.
Customer knowledge is key to customized Saramonies.
Find resolutions hard to keep? You’re part of a big club.
> Photographer Brian Proctor captured a swirl of color and light during a sunset at Hickory Mound — a wildlife management area located in Taylor County, approximately 20 miles west of Perry. Brian Proctor The outdoors have always had…
Birth byproducts can save lives.
For some business owners, contributing to the community is a nice idea. At Economy Drug in Frenchtown, it’s fundamental to the very existence of the business. A family-owned and operated pharmacy, Economy Drug was founded in the 1940s and later…
Saving 'Old' Florida
This local author relishes politics and writes books that land on the New York Times Bestseller list.
Teen writer Elizabeth Landers interviews candidate Obama
‘Team Kellenberger’ Enjoys a Retirement Filled With Service, Sports, Flora – and Plenty of Photo Ops
Twenty years ago, Lou and Betsy Kellenberger decided it was time for a change. After 26 years in Dothan, Ala., they wanted to live in a university town where they could have access to arts, culture and sports. “Our children…
When Bobbie Golden was looking for retirement property in Jefferson County, she had in mind a couple of acres where her dogs – and maybe a goat or two – would have room to roam. Dreams have a way of…
This couple has his-and-hers television shows.
Rod Durham’s high-profile, life-changing weight loss
Tallahassee’s Local Honey Really is the Bee’s Knees
Scott Holstein The Biblical account of Noah’s Ark has become an inspiration to Gulf Coast marine biologist Jack Rudloe. His facility, Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Panacea, is collecting species of shrimp, oysters, crabs, seahorses and more and placing them…
Clay pigeons fill the lulls of hunting season.
The man who helped shape the computer industry.