Tallahassee Magazine - March-April 2008 March 28, 2008 Site Staff ArchiveTallahassee Builders are Homing in on Buyer Personalities to Match Houses with the People Who Live in Them Ashley Kahn, Tallahassee builders can make your “home sweet home” even sweeter by incorporating your unique personality ArchiveThe Passing of a Tallahassee Statesman and Gentleman Brain Rowland, Jerry Lundquist, founder of Tallahassee Magazine. In early February, a man who made a huge difference to Tallahassee and me passed away suddenly in the presence of his best friend, who is also his loving wife, over in Sandestin. … ArchiveYou’ve Got Video David Broadfoot, Video streaming, the technology that allows you to watch a video clip over the Internet without having to download the entire media file, has been with us for a while, but without a fast Internet connection, it just wasn’t that… ArchiveTurn Down The Volume Ashley Kahn, It may be time to curb your headphone habit. ArchiveLiving Well, Living Long Triston V. Sanders, Live healthy and happy in later life by modifying your routine today. ArchiveLoranne Ausley: Mom in the House Margie Menzel, Leaving the Florida legislature – not her work for children ArchiveMehndi Thy Ways Ashley Kahn, Try your hand at mehndi – an exotic, temporary form of body art that celebrates life, love and beauty. ArchiveSculptor Dennis Howland Creates Fantastical Works While Having Fun “Doing it Wrong” Kathleen Raines, He does it his way … Award-winning artist Dennis Howland produces abstract sculpture in unique ways. ArchiveThe Omnivore’s Eggplant Pat And Jane Dallet, Ya gotta eat. It’s something most Americans are fortunate to do several times every day. But two recent reads thrust forward a couple of questions that had been in the back of our minds: Just what is it we are eating… ArchiveJumping into the Community for TCCFledgling Eagle Robin C. Johnston has just finished up his first year as Tallahassee Community College’s vice president for institutional advancement and executive director of the TCC Foundation. As executive director, he is tasked with raising private support to help… ArchiveHonoring Tallahassee’s Best and Brightest Rosanne Dunkelberger, The Best & Brightest Awards are getting even better for Leon County’s high-achieving high school seniors. In the past, only the top three students in 15 different categories were given cash scholarships. Now in its third year, every student nominated… ArchiveDespite a Life Ravaged by Hepatitis C, Cherry Douglas Reaches Out to Help Others Dianne Hayter, Cherry Douglas, of Hepatitis Ready Care, fights a personal battle by helping others ArchiveLeave It All Behind YouIf you’ve got a long weekend and a car full of gas, we’ve got five quick ways to get away – so you can enjoy being there without a lot of hassle getting there. Offerings include city tours of Tampa…ArchiveHow’s My Year So Far? Almost Perfect! Rosanne Dunkelberger, In this very column I made a pledge to lose 50 pounds before I turned 50 years old. I was stoked. The feedback was phenomenal. So many people had so many positive things to say. The support was overwhelming. A year… ArchiveThe Red Hills Horse Trials Brings Top-Caliber Horses and Riders to Tallahassee for a ‘Triathlon’ of Events Tisha Crews Keller, Learn the rich history of Red Hills Horse Trials, then hoof it to this year’s event. ArchiveCastillo de San Luis Recreates Frontier Spanish Mission Fort Jason Dehart, Mission San Luis enhances its living history program with a replica of a 17th century military fort. ArchiveAn Introduction to the Work of Do-It-Yourself Brews and the Folks Who Ferment Them Jason Calabrese, Break out the barley and hops and start brewing your own beer at home. ArchiveLocal Talent Sean G Makes His Mark on the National Comedy Scene Site Staff, Get to know the “Funniest College Kid in America,” FSU student Sean G.