If you want to know more about Florida, you’re in the right place. Here you can read, view, listen, and enjoy engaging, colorful, insightful stories about our state and its people, past and present. Delve into our award-winning FORUM magazine in print and online. Watch our many public-television documentaries. And listen to our archive of radio programs. Our goal is to offer you a richer perspective on Florida that helps illuminate the issues and inform the conversation today.
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Explore FORUM magazine—in print and online.
PRINT: Enjoy our beautifully illustrated and always thought-provoking print edition. Readers tell us they savor (and many save) every issue. Published twice per year, FORUM introduces you to interesting people, distinctive places, and intriguing topics.
DIGITAL: Access FORUM online. See some recent issues below. In addition, we offer a searchable archive of FORUMs published since the 1980s.
Saving the heart of Florida
Read how dramatic growth and development may affect our historical places — the distinctive neighborhoods, towns, cities, and rural areas that reflect Florida’s cultural heritage. Enjoy colorful stories about several that are working to retain their identities. Plus: Read how the humanities anchor democracy.
Visit our archive of all past issues of FORUM, a searchable collection of more than 60 issues and counting. Our partner and website host for this archive is the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Access for the FORUM archive, here.
How did Florida evolve from a sleepy southern frontier to the multicultural mega-state it is today? How will—or should—Florida grow and develop in the future? Watch our public-television documentaries to learn more and join the conversation. Access documentaries, here.