Monthly Archives: October 2020

In Search of Spirits in Cassadaga

A writer unlocks the truths of this mystical community, its energy healers and the supernatural.

How Florida Became the Great Democratic Sinkhole

Florida’s twisted past, present and fast-approaching future in our chaotic national elections .

Meet Funnyman Interior Designer Andrew Howard

Interior expert Andrew Howard is a breath of ocean air in an often uptight industry.

How a Dock Builder Became the Bourbon Enthusiast

One diaper bash later and James Ashcraft became the No. 1 bourbon reviewer online.

Meet the Godfather of Greyhound Racing

The Winning family is greyhound racing royalty, but this year their 100-year reign comes to an end, along with the entire sport.

The Final Stretch: Saying Goodbye to Greyhound Racing

Watch Richard Winning reminisce about nearly 100 years of Derby Lane.

Seeking Safe Harbor

How sailing the open waters on a beat-up boat reconnected Editor in Chief Jamie Rich with the nostalgia of Old Florida.

A Taste of Old Florida: Recipes and Stories from the Women of Midcentury Florida

Five homegrown Sunshine State dishes and the women behind them