Abstract photographer Carter Magar peers through her camera lens to adjust the manual focus.
A freak thunderstorm sent an unwanted guest — one of Tallahassee’s many mighty trees — plummeting through ceramics artist Dorrie Sanders-Duarte’s house last year.
Alice Strom has lived through a few hurricanes in her young life. In the past, she has simply thought of them as bad rainstorms with the loss of power as the biggest inconvenience. “Usually, I’m not that worried,” she said.
Stashes of fabric, buckets of buttons, shelves of textured scraps and a wall of every color spool adorns fiber artist Deon Lewis’ studio.
"Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble.” These are some of Shakespeare’s most iconic lines and they are easily recited by young and old alike.
Many decades ago, Harriet Kanelidis was a new member of the Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox Church. She was grateful to fellow parishioner Eva Kypreos who took Kanelidis under her wing. Kypreos was also the champion of turning the Tallahassee Greek Food Festival into...
James Kephart likes to boogie and, thanks to a unique program at Leon High School, he and two dozen of his friends have the opportunity to study movement and music.