Tallahassee Autumn Activities for 2019

Despite the sweltering heat that may follow us into next month, the autumn season is fast approaching. In Tallahassee, there are dozens of ways to celebrate the fall with fairs, fests, football, friends and family fun. From costume contests to haunted trails, these memorable fall activities will keep you busy until the winter holidays. Print […]

10 Things to Do in Tallahassee Under $10

Having a great time doesn’t have to break the bank. Get out and explore with these ten activities right here in Tallahassee!  1. Maclay Gardens: A masterpiece of floral architecture, Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park combines rich history with a variety of land- and water-based outdoor activities. And the best part is, you can […]

Creative Ways to Celebrate Dad This Father’s Day

With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, you may be stumped on figuring out the best way to celebrate dad on his big day. Sure, we often opt for the usual activities like taking him to his favorite restaurant and showering him with sentimental Father’s Day cards and gifts, but really, all dad really wants […]

New Restaurants Coming to Tallahassee

The Tallahassee food scene is really something. With college students, state employees and business professionals at every stage of their careers, Tallahassee’s variety of food reflects its diverse population. There is an abundance of fast casual restaurants for quick lunches, coffee shops for studying or meetings, and fine dining establishments for special occasions. However, I […]

Top 10 Events in Tallahassee This Spring

Brought to you by Fiore Communications  Bella Sirkis – FSU Student and Fiore Communications Intern Spring is the Tallahassee Native’s favorite season. The weather is warm and breezy–a perfect time for hiking down North Florida’s pristine nature trails or sitting beneath a large oak tree covered with Spanish moss. On the weekends, the city is teeming […]

Why You Should Thank the Restaurant Industry for Your Best Employees

Brought to you by Fiore Communications  Joanna Bond – FSU Student and Fiore Communications Intern When I find myself thinking about my job prospects after college, my palms start to sweat — and I’m not the only one. When employers glance at my resume, they see the position of server and bartender far more than […]

6 Must-Know Heating and Cooling Tips for Pet Owners

Brought to you by Barineau Heating & Air Conditioning  If you have pets in your home, you probably consider them part of your family and know that it’s important to keep them comfortable. After all, they live in your home, too, and there’s a good chance they spend more time there than you. But, as […]

Why Coding is an Investment in Your Child’s Future

Brought to you by CodaKid Although using a computer is a very important skill in the workforce, the ability to make it useful by programming it to do what you want is a totally different skill. Just like other languages, computer programming is best learned when you are younger. With today’s economy where those with […]

6 Home Renovations That Can Affect Your Insurance

Brought to you by Star and Shield Insurance Services If you’re planning a home renovation, you may want to call your insurance agent first. This decision can impact your homeowners insurance. Some home renovations will change the amount of coverage you need, while others could even help you qualify for a discount. We cover six common […]

5 Tips to Reset Your Stress Response

Brought to you by Harvard and Associates, PA Because stress related to work, family issues and other events is something that affects many of us, it’s important to reset your own stress response to protect your health and productivity. Sharon Melnick, Ph.D., a business psychologist, offers these tips: Act don’t react. According to Melnick, “Stress […]