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June 26, 2016

Art Levy

Florida Trend Associate Editor • alevy@floridatrend.com

Art Levy
Art Levy

Art Levy is a Florida Trend associate editor. He writes the Of Counsel law column, the Florida Originals column and many of the magazine’s Icon features. A graduate of the University of Florida’s journalism college, Levy joined Florida Trend in 2005. Before that, he worked for newspapers including the Tampa Bay Times and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Over the years, his stories have won more than 20 awards.

Articles by Levy:

Florida Southern College: A campus done Wright
Ludd M. Spivey was convinced that prospective students would take notice and enroll if he could expand Florida Southern's Lakeland campus and fill it with dynamic, spectacular new buildings. So he sent a telegram to Frank Lloyd Wright, then the nation's most acclaimed architect, and offered him the job. Spivey was right.
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Winston Scott is a 'Florida Icon'
Shuttle astronaut, senior vice president, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, age 65
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Daily Bread: Four generations of pan Cubano
Juan More left his native Spain for Cuba to fight in the Spanish-American War. During his time in Cuba, he learned how to bake bread the Cuban way...
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Rude awakening: Many foreign-born veterans think military service confers citizenship
When veteran Axel Runtschke walked into Tallahassee attorney Elizabeth Ricci's office, he changed her practice.
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Florida Icon: Carlton Ward Jr.
“My mom always encouraged a sense of wonder in me about things, like picking up seashells and learning the difference between univalves and bivalves,” says Florida environmental photographer Carlton Ward Jr. The eighth-generation Floridian shares other lessons he's learned along the way.
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A stain on Florida's history
A UF student sets his sights on righting a wrong that happened in Groveland 66 years ago.
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Setting the pace: Lawyer Erin Deady is an environmental steward
Erin Deady's love of the environment led her into law.
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Florida Icon: Mel Tillis
Entertainer Mel Tillis talks about life as a stutterer and singer. Tillis is 83 and lives in Ocala, Florida.
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Air space: Marion County's fly-in community
A Marion County fly-in community, home to the longest privately owned airstrip in the country, has a quirky history and a new owner
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Hard questions from Florida Bar President Ramón A. Abadin
The Bar's new president insists he's not being combative, just realistic.
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