Tallahassee Magazine - March-April 2011

Edward Durell Stone

Edward Durell Stone came into his own as an architect during the heyday of modern design. Born in 1902 in Arkansas, he got his architectural degree from the University of Arkansas. At the urging of an older brother, Stone moved…

The Greening of Sopchoppy

Small Town’s Environment Helps With Economic DevelopmentThe Greening of SopchoppySmall Town’s Environment Helps With Economic DevelopmentBy Darlyn Finch It doesn’t surprise Sopchoppy businessman Robert Seidler that his quirky corner of the world has been discovered by best-selling novelists. The little…

Say ‘Goodbye’ to Old Medicine

When sickness strikes, some of us take prescription drugs to get better. As time passes, we grow strong — eventually forgetting about the medicine we took to make us healthy again. The leftovers take up residence in our medicine cabinets…

Youth to Power

Meet the two fresh, new faces on the Leon County CommissionClick to enlarge Youth to PowerDozier, Maddox Bring a New Generation’s Perspective to the Leon County Commission Introduction by Lilly Rockwell This year, the seven-member Leon County Commission looks a…

Grown Locally

Whether from the store, the stand or your own backyard, eating locally makes senseDo You Know Where Your Food Comes From? Do You Care?More People Are Looking for Locally Grown Products, and Some Are Finding Them in Their Own Backyard…

Transforming Tracy Brown

The Last WordTransforming Tracy BrownOr, How A Makeover Contest Can Change Lives By Adam Wright Click to enlarge. When Brian Rowland, Russ Rainey and Tallahassee Magazine first introduced the Top Salon Makeover Competition, we at Green Peridot immediately realized the…