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Home Makers

Julie and James Raffield of Milton have provided a permanent home for four children whose biological parents were stripped of their parental rights by the courts.

Life Lines

When storms threaten, linemen — and linewomen — are prepared to go wherever they’re needed to keep the juice flowin’.

Here Come the Millennials

Raised on technology, millennials are a new kind of worker and consumer.

Spearited Pursuits

Marine photographer Kevin Dodge captures stunning images of creatures of the deep.
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From the Magazine

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The Art of Giving

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The Light that Unites

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A Blind Visionary

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Archive » Living

An Educational Double Dip

Students taking advantage of dual enrollment programs get a head start on their college educations.

A Perennial Favorite

This summer wardrobe staple has a disposition like the Old Sol, itself: sunny, light and bright.

Hell on Heels

On some occasions, heels are unavoidable, but the “agony of da feet” doesn’t have to be.

What’s In Store?

For the shopper in all us, a roundup of what’s new in the retail world.
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Archive » Food & Wine

Handcrafted from the Heart

Sample the ice cream produced by the Southern Craft Creamery in Marianna and you may never go back to the lower-priced brands.

Just Peachy

Peaches and vanilla ice cream are as indivisible as bacon and eggs, especially in cobbler like your great aunt used to make.

Savory Sicilian

Like other parts of Italy, Sicily has a cuisine of its own, replicated on the Emerald Coast by Mimmo’s Restaurant.
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Archive » People

The Chautauqua School

At the Chautauqua Charter School in Panama City, the entire community serves students as a classroom.

Celia Tucker, Contemporary Cool

Boutique owner Celia Tucker has a style of her own that combines coastal and New York influences.
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Archive » Arts

Sundog Books

In a world in which franchise bookstores have struggled, Sundog Books in Seaside has no plans for a final chapter.

Music Matters

Crook Stewart may look like the Cowardly Lion, but he has the courage to think Panama City can become a mecca for musicians.
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Archive » Vacation

Ethiopia on My Mind

Join us as we visit an African nation that presents a study in stark contrasts. Ethiopia is home to burgeoning cities and traditional thatched-hut villages.

A Land of Green and Gold

Green Bay offers great lake, great food and storied franchise
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Retail Roundup

For the shopper in all of us, a roundup of what’s new in the retail world.
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September 2016