Wearing concert black, six middle school students straighten their bow ties and smooth their dresses. Once settled, the ensemble tunes up their instruments and prepares to play.
Local art, vegan donuts, handmade French pastries, Lucky Goat coffee, and live music -- what more could you possibly ask for? From 2 to 6 PM on December 9th, local artist Janae Easton's home was chock-full of all of these things. As a local art (and donut)...
Making her way through the hallway from Florida State University’s choral office to rehearsal, Suzanne Rita Byrnes came across the 3-year-old sibling of one of her Capital Children’s Choir students.
Pictures are powerful. They can inspire, inform, and even save lives. While it may seem that elementary school art students and medical practitioners have little in common, they both understand the importance of images.
For one fleeting moment on a windy, gray day in November, Rebecca Woofter lived inside the 17th century. At just 9 years old, her family vacation to Boston and Plymouth Plantation — a living history museum — paved the way for her future as programs assistant for Mission...
Killearn Lakes Elementary school art teacher Billy Penn is willing to bet he has the coolest classroom in Leon County. Inhabiting the room since its construction, Penn says the architectural aesthetic of the room itself is one of a kind.
There’s a famous book by Robert Fulghum titled “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.” This phrase has entered the common vernacular due to the popularity of the book and the title’s humor and inherent truth.