What if Margaret Mitchell had Scarlett O’Hara eating Florida oranges instead of Georgia peaches while she was strolling around Tara? The Sunshine State might be better known for its role in the Civil War, that’s for sure. At a unique…
Tallahassee Magazine - July-August 2009
Tallahassee Magazine turns 30 this year, and in honor of the occasion, we’re revisiting one story from each year the magazine has been published. From plans for the abandoned Waterworks buildings in 1979 to last year’s high-gas-price-inspired bump in bus ridership, it’s a nostalgia trip through the magazine’s pages.
Parents, be advised. The college admissions process is more complicated and competitive than it was a generation ago.
Let technology digitally protect important documents if you have a house fire or other catastrophe
Two generations of campers have enjoyed canoeing, camping and making new friends at Camp Indian Springs.
Lawyer, pageant winner and community activist Beth Shankle Anderson is the reigning Mrs. Tallahassee.
Just Outside of Knoxville, Oak Ridge Brings History and Science Together Unveiling Tennessee’s Secret City
Nestled in the hills of Middle East Tennessee, the community of thousands and industrial complex at Oak Ridge was so secret it wasn’t found on any map. Courtesy Tennessee Department of Tourist Development On Aug. 2, 1939, Albert Einstein…