January 27, 2015

Valentine's dining

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Photo from
Cress Restaurant
in Deland

A tale of 'two Latin Americas'


Trade between Florida and Latin America has been changing.

[Photo of Certified Slings & Supply by Norma Lopez Molina]

A feast of choices
in Lakeland


Jarrid Masse and
Robyn Wilson make
beignets at the
Poor Porker.

[Photo: Kerry Percy]

Florida Icon: Howard Schnellenberger


Life lessons from the famous football coach.

[Photo: Jeffrey Salter]

Clearing the waters at the Indian River Lagoon


The CEO of Scotts Miracle-Gro offers to pay for a two-year study.

Fruitless: Chasing the yellow dragon


A column by

Mark Howard

The Floridian
of the Year is ...


. . . the city of Miami.

[Photo: Nick Garcia / Blind Light Studio]

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