Author: Zandra Wolfgram

Arts Thrive Down by the Bayou

During the turn of the century Hogtown Bayou — nestled on the northern end of County Road 393 in Santa Rosa Beach — was home to a general store, sugar cane syrup factory, cannery, turpentine mills, hotels and other merchants.…

A Glass Act

Unlike glass artist Mary Hong, the art form she works in is fragile and, according to her, people are afraid of it. Hong, who owns Wired Glass Studio in Destin, admits to dabbling in many art mediums. And though she…

Women and Children First

I recently had lunch with a group of old friends at a great seafood place on the beach. We noticed an injured seagull being tossed in the surf. Though it was a sad ending to a great gathering, it felt…