Sunday, November 28, 2021
StoryCorps will be here in Tallahassee starting Nov. 18, 2021 for five weeks to record conversations with our community. They'll be headquartered at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Library. We explore how work, how COVID has changed their process,...
Originally published: October 21, 2016 12:33 pm It was a majestic oak tree thought to be about 160 years old that graced the front grounds of the Leroy Collins Public Library. But it was...
It's made up of 55,000 acres of private land, but in 300 years there is a plan is for it to be an old (almost) growth forest of longleaf pines. We explore the work that has already been done...
Composer Carlisle Floyd created well-known operas like "Susannah" and "Prince of Players" throughout his life. He passed away September 30, 2021 in Tallahassee at the age of 95. FSU Professor Douglas Fisher shares his memories of the...
When you think about bees, do you think about honeybees? Do you picture them black, yellow, and striped? In this video, we spoke with Dr. Rachel Mallinger from...
Local Routes is back with the start of season 7 this month. In the spirit of October, we have some new tricks and treats to share with you on a variety of digital platforms!
New exhibit at LeMoyne Art Museum in Tallahassee focuses on local women who used art to explore elder life experiences of other women in our community. Eleanor Dietrich, Linda Hall, Becki Rutta, Mary Jane Ryals and Carol Lynne Knight each brought their unique talents to this photographic and literary exhibit.
The cottages at Lake Ella are one of the capital city’s most recognizable landmarks.  The story behind them is also the story of a gentleman named Gilbert Chandler and his family.  After stopping in Tallahassee for a...
A look at how Apalachicola Riverkeeper is restoring sloughs- connections between the Apalachicola river and the swamps of its floodplain. These connections were partially cut off by dredging projects decades ago. See more at https://blog.wfsu.org/blog-coastal-health/2021/05/apalachicola-slough-restoration-getting-more-water-to-swamps-bay/ “The head of...
A farm called "Smarter by Nature" in Quincy, Florida is the location for this story. WFSU's Rob Diaz de Villegas show us how Angelique Taylor and David "Kip" Ritchey founded a rural farming business in order to...