Seventeen-year-old violinist and pianist Jovey Osagie loves Franz Liszt. The Hungarian composer tops out at number one on his list of musical inspirations.
A few weeks ago, a program about dressing for political events kicked off the “On the Steps of History: Florida’s Inaugurations” exhibit at the Florida Historic Capitol Museum.
“They tell me this is my 46th year,” laughed Jennifer Corzine. After such a lengthy career teaching at Maclay School, she can be forgiven for losing count.
Abstract photographer Carter Magar peers through her camera lens to adjust the manual focus.
As Kenneth Falana gears up for his retrospective exhibition “Six Decades” at the Anderson Brickler Gallery, he reflects back on his childhood passion for art.
After 16 years teaching music, Holly Pursino knows her way around a classroom. She’s been at Canopy Oaks Elementary School for more than a decade but even a veteran teacher like her can learn a new trick or two.
Ginny Densmore was eager to stay involved in Tallahassee’s bustling music scene after retiring from her elementary school teaching career.