Tallahassee Magazine - March-April 2009

History of The Arts in Tallahassee

  There was a time in Tallahassee’s not-so-distant past when refrigerator displays of children’s artwork served as the only galleries in town, and the best musical performance most people got to see was their church’s choir singing on a Sunday.…

Relief from Chronic Sinus Infections

With its allergens and high humidity, Tallahassee is “a sinus surgeon’s mecca,” says board-certified otolaryngologist Dr. Adrian P. Roberts, a member of the local Tallahassee Ear, Nose and Throat practice. The swelling and congestion of allergic reactions can lead to…

Recycling April’s Showers

Rain barrels can save water and money, preserve water for irrigation and reduce stormwater runoff. Rainwater is often lost as it pours from downspouts to ditches, lakes and ponds. Water harvested from roofs can save about 1,300 gallons for irrigation…

Stylish Ideas for Wet-Weather Wear

April showers may bring May flowers, but they also create an opportunity to show off your chic rain gear. Armed with these fashionable and practical coats, boots and umbrellas, you can do as much singin’ and dancin’ in the rain…

The Transportation Change in Tallahassee

Thirty years ago, the goals of transportation infrastructure planning were simple: build more roads and widen existing ones. There wasn’t any talk of “pedestrian-friendly communities,” “multi-modal transportation districts” or “interconnectivity,” and the public’s perception of a “smart” car was the…