Outsiders and Visionaries
A look at some “outsider” artists and how their work is gaining popularity, even as it becomes a sought-after commodity in upscale galleries nationwide.
Marjorie Harris Carr
The first book documenting the life and work of one of Florida’s greatest environmental crusaders also details her early struggles to succeed in a male-dominated field.
Santa Rosa’s Virtual Museum
Creating a virtual museum to share the history and cultural artifacts that spotlight the rich heritage of one North Florida county.
Florida’s Third Places Part One
The man who coined the term “third places” explains why these places are essential for the health of a community, and how the absence of such places affects our society.
Florida’s New Deal Legacy
The effects on Florida of FDR’s New Deal is examined by two historians.
An Artistic Tour of Natural Florida
A multi-media CD combines music, poetry, words, and artistic and photographic images to educate and inform people about “nature of the nature” of Florida
James W. Hall
Profile of a pioneering Miami crime/mystery writer with an environmental mission.
Why St. Augustine
Historians describe unsuccessful early attempts to colonize North America, ending with the founding of St. Augustine.
Floridians in the Ice Age
A Florida archaeologist makes a case for the peninsula’s first inhabitants arriving here not 13.000 but 25,000 years ago.