Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture
7:29 pm
Mon September 22, 2014

Local Archeologists Look To Other Sites In Search Of de Soto Artifacts

Hernando de Soto
Credit National Park Service / nps.gov

A new development is springing up on South Magnolia Drive near the Florida Lottery. The proposed site will soon be home to a few new fast food restaurants and other shops. But at least one local group say the development is a lost opportunity in the ongoing quest to learn more about the Spanish explorer, Hernando de Soto.

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WFSU Local
9:11 am
Mon August 25, 2014

Miniature Houses Serve As Free Libraries For Thomasville Community

Little Free Library outside of Subway in Downtown Thomasville
Credit LHatter / WFSU News

A program started several years ago to spread the love of reading has trickled down South into Thomasville.

In front of busy stores in Thomasville’s historic downtown are miniature houses painted in bright colors and fun patterns—pinks, and green’s blues and reds. They’re called “Little Free Libraries” and they’re situated strategically around the blocks, offering piles of books. Everything from Mitch Alboom, to Danielle Steele—and they’re there for the taking:

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Arts & Culture
4:34 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Dade County Gives Fla. Capitol A Taste Of Miami Flavor

Governor Rick Scott serves Capitol-goers paella Wednesday.
Donald DeBevoise WFSU-News

Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater rolled up their sleeves and joined a delegation of representatives from more than 100 Miami-Dade County groups to serve a hungry line of lobbyists, politicians and staffers large plates of paella in the midday sun today.

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Arts & Culture
5:07 pm
Tue March 25, 2014

For Almost 50 years, he Believed Himself a Citizen. He Wasn’t.

For Almost 50 years, he Believed Himself a Citizen.  He Wasn’t.

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Arts & Culture
5:22 pm
Fri March 21, 2014

World War II Monument Hides in Plain Sight at Lake Ella

World War II Monument Hides in Plain Sight at Lake Ella

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