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On The Trail In Micanopy

On The Trail In Micanopy

Two hundred miles to our north and west in Alachua County hides the tiny town of Micanopy, with a resident population of 800 and a single traffic light. During the 1960s and ’70s, it was home to a funky but thriving art colony with feeder traffic from the nearby University of Florida

Cooking On The High Seas

Cooking On The High Seas

The year is 1984. I am standing on the aft deck of a gleaming 100-foot motor yacht in the south of France, and I’m acutely aware that this is a “pinch me” moment.

Why One Is Sometimes Better Than Two

Why One Is Sometimes Better Than Two

Some questioned the wisdom of the merger when SunUp and the Abilities Resource Center (ARC) announced they were joining forces in March of last year.

The World According To Tom LaBaff

The World According To Tom LaBaff

Tom LaBaff's top passion is to create “storyboards,” illustrations that get displayed in sequence to help movie directors pre-visualize a film prior to animation.

Catching Up With The Past

Catching Up With The Past

“I grew up on my aunt’s stories,” says Ellen Elizabeth Stanley, referring to her Aunt Jeanne Mary Morrell. At that point, young Ellen was already a fourth-generation genealogist in the making.

Florida's Villains Of Vegetation

Florida's Villains Of Vegetation

Florida is home to more than 150 species of invasive, non-native plants that inhabit nearly 15 percent of the state’s public conservation lands and waterways, crowding out the native habitats that wildlife depend upon for food and shelter.