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Karen Moore opens the door to her marketing secrets.
One score and a few months ago, Ron Sachs, who had served two governors as a communication director, hung out a shingle at leased space on Jefferson Street in Tallahassee. On Day One, he sat first at the receptionist’s desk,…
Anjali Austin celebrates the crumbling of ballet’s color barrier.
Exclusive Q&A with author Elizabeth Gilbert.
You can often find her at dawn. Or glimpse her from the corner of your eye at a stoplight or a crowded airport. Sometimes she hovers in the reverberation of a quiet room or sings loudly from the pages of…
She can be nice, but watch out — when she’s a Tallahassee RollerGirl, she’s “Bitchie.”
Faye Blanton Reflects on 40 Years of Service
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Study helps monitor concussion injuries.
Computer repair isn’t a DIY job.
A Q&A about growing Azaleas in the springtime in Tallahassee.
He’s bullish on biotech.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has big plans for his dealerships.
Social media with business in mind: Tips from the pros for business social networking.
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Robin Safley is quite busy these days, settling into her new gig as director of the state’s Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness.
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