January 2017 Contents
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Floridian of the Year
Frank DiBello has helped make the loss of the shuttle old news and has boosted Florida toward a sustainable space industry.
Fit & Healthy
Pat Williams' lifesaving physical; physician advice; Legacy Fit's Manning Summer; executive health programs in Florida.
Professional athletic trainers keep Florida’s top athletes in the game.
Tallahassee clout; Floridian of the Year; Turkey Trot
Tallahassee has developed into a burgeoning city anchored by home-grown businesses with international reach.
A rose by any other name
Two Florida professors fulfill a dream of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
The best thing since sliced bread
No matter how you slice it, toast is now trendy.
"I grew up as a shy little kid. Somewhere along the way, I lost that."
Taking the helm at the ABA
Hilarie Bass, co-president at Greenberg Traurig law firm, becomes president of the American Bar Association in August.
Electrons: Recasting the solar battle
Solar power should not be a David vs. Goliath narrative.
The Year Ahead
What is the outlook for 2017?
Professionals in seven industries across Florida talk about prospects for the year ahead.
Profile: Barbara Pariente
Barbara Pariente has been a powerful — and sometimes controversial — presence on the Florida Supreme Court for nearly 20 years.
Spotlight on Tallahassee & Leon County
Reimagining the future
A look at Tallahassee’s economic foundation and at the more than $1.2 billion in projects on the drawing board.
Around the State
Singing the blues
One community has embraced a project that attempts to spread healthy-living practices.
Bonding over housing
A novel approach creates more money for affordable housing.
With development has come protest in downtown Boca Raton
Affluence of effluent
Sewage woes roil St. Petersburg politics
The science of rebuilding
Orlando’s science museum takes a more businesslike approach to operations.
A touch of diversification
Coastal Cloud represents the employment diversity Flagler is looking for.
The Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition has turned in a strong showing at an international robotics competition.
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