Tallahassee Magazine - September-October 2010

A Bittersweet Gift

As a child, I always had very long hair. But as I got older, I wore my hair shorter. It was easier to manage and, honestly, it looked much better short. I had gone for a while without cutting it,…

Bugged By Bedmates

  We’ve all heard the old idiom “sleep tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite.” Certainly wise advice, but what happens when the bedbugs do bite? They leave tiny red welts on skin, and are detectable by small spots of blood…

Remembering 9/11 in A Special Way

Photos courtesy Brittany Harris and Dan Harris Local Master Gardeners prepare plantings around a model of New York City’s Twin Towers (above) at the 911 memorial garden (below) at Tallahassee’s Fire Station No. 11. Nine years ago on Sept. 11, a…

What Execs Admit Out of the Office

In a completely unscientific poll, Tallahassee Magazine asked business leaders attending the annual Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Community Conference at the Hilton Sandestin about everything from their e-mail habits and hobbies to thoughts on oil drilling and the governor’s…

Welcome to The Best Steakhouse in Tallahassee

For 18 years, Marie Livingston’s Steakhouse has fed Tallahassee residents its savory cuts of marbled beef, marinated in its signature secret sauce. The restaurant, which moved into its third location late last year on Apalachee Parkway, is a raved-about local…