September 27, 2020

Editor's column

The Limits of Home-Work

In the face of a Big Event, it seems to be an occupational hazard ... for some journalists to leap from the initial experience of the event to overblown, simplistic conclusions. Read more »
Published on 9/25/2020

COVID - Some Perspective

Sifting and sorting through the data and the mess ... it's possible to say a few things that will hold up as we move forward. Read more »
Published on 8/26/2020

What Now?

The murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis echoes off Florida's own sorry racial history. Read more »
Published on 7/27/2020

Echoes of history

Two ships, two struggles to do the right thing. Read more »
Published on 6/25/2020

Dam(n)

The saga of the Rodman Dam will enter its 50th year in a few months. Read more »
Published on 5/27/2020

Out of the bubble

The strategy of trying to moderate the spread of the coronavirus continues as we await the development of a vaccine or effective therapy. Read more »
Published on 4/27/2020

Incomplete

I've been a history buff for some time, believing that the more you understand about the way things were, the more you start to understand about the way things are. Read more »
Published on 3/25/2020

Breaking the Cycle

These are remarkable days in Florida. Our state is adding population at the rate of a city the size of Tampa each year. GDP has risen from $967 billion in 2017 to more than $1.1 trillion in 2019. Read more »
Published on 2/26/2020

By the Numbers

Florida's economy is a lot more sophisticated than ag and tourism. Read more »
Published on 1/27/2020

Forgotten

“If you live in Northwest Florida, you learn the cavalry isn't coming.” Read more »
Published on 12/26/2019

A Better Way

For many Floridians in the 1950s and 1960s, the name Chattahoochee was synonymous with mental illness. Read more »
Published on 11/26/2019

Heavy Lifting

In 2012, the city of Orlando decided to spend around $200 million to demolish and rebuild the old Citrus Bowl football stadium... Read more »
Published on 10/25/2019

Teaching, Anyone?

Efforts to expand the teaching labor supply in Florida aren't working. Read more »
Published on 9/25/2019

At Shortstop, W. Ockham

Theories strike out in trying to explain baseball's low attendance in Florida. Read more »
Published on 8/26/2019

Safe Places

Flagler Health is working to make behavioral health services more available and more effective. Read more »
Published on 7/26/2019

Safer

The Burr Foundation helps provide the words - and understanding - necessary to keep children safe. Read more »
Published on 6/24/2019

Right Time, Right Train

Florida is getting express rail service without putting taxpayers on the hook. Read more »
Published on 5/28/2019

Off the Street

Kudos to Broward County's business and government leaders for taking on homelessness Read more »
Published on 4/26/2019

Up on the levies

2018 voting put to rest the notion that Florida is dominated by cranky anti-tax retirees Read more »
Published on 3/27/2019

The 'Grater' Good

A healthy economy gives rise to serious conversations about a city's future. Read more »
Published on 2/25/2019

On One Hand...

Florida's K-12 system faces challenges from a growing student-age population and a potential teacher shortage. Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Every Which Way

Election results prove that Florida is neither red, nor blue, nor purple Read more »
Published on 12/27/2018

Slimed

It’s been quite a year, environmentally. Along with a devastating hurricane in Northwest Florida, red tide affected a huge chunk of the Gulf Coast, from Clearwater down to Naples. Businesses... Read more »
Published on 11/28/2018

Solar, in context

Our fascination with "green" shouldn't delude us. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2018

Sausage

Change seems to bring more complexity instead of simplicity. Read more »
Published on 9/27/2018

Florida Business News

Florida Trend Video Pick

Century-old Ybor City clock tower is being restored
Century-old Ybor City clock tower is being restored

The J.C. Newman Cigar Company in Ybor City is undergoing restorations to their factory which was built in 1910. This includes the clock tower which is nicknamed “El Reloj,” meaning “the clock” in Spanish.

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