Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Originally Published: November 9, 2017 Members of the Big Bend Honor Guard volunteer their time to provide full-service military interments to veterans and their families in North Florida. Watch as these veterans provide this service for...
Originally Published: December 17, 2020 WFSU's Mike Plummer shows us the fateful story of a World War II era B-17 bomber that crashed at Saint Marks on a summer day in 1944....
The Liberty Foundation had a date with Tallahassee on its tour of a B-17 Bomber and P-51 Mustang. 
Originally Published: April 11, 2019 December 7, 1941, a day that changed America forever. WFSU's Mike Plummer brings us the story of Navy Seaman Earl Paul Baum…one of many, who died in...
Originally Published: November 6, 2016 WFSU's Suzanne Smith learns about the symbolism behind the Florida State University's Veterans Alliance Arrowhead and follows the artistic process as a glass version of the symbol is created...
Mike Plummer discovers the story of a family bond while seeking to find out why his co-worker's 90-year-old grandfather jumped out of a plane.
Shade tobacco workers in Havana, Florida 1959. Florida Memory Project Originally published: March 18, 2021 Globalization, economic downturns, online shopping, pandemics…for small-town America, the...
Originally published: April 21, 2017 WFSU's Franky Verdecia got together with Kim Rivers and Craig Kirkman of Trulieve to explore their medical marijuana cultivation and processing center in Quincy, FL. Trulieve is one of seven...
Originally published: April 26, 2018 Here's Charles Renaud with a yarn about a woman in Georgia who raises animals you wouldn't expect to find in the warm, southern United States. As you'll see, his story...
The Apalachicola Lowlands Preserve is a patch of forest near the Apalachicola River, where a family of conservationists maintains 80 acres full of rare and uniquely Floridian plants. We've met the Means family before through a variety of EcoAdventures...