Hurricanes: the Real Danger
A hurricane historian wants us to be aware of the many destructive storms of the past, so we can be better prepared for future disasters.
The Forgotten Storm
The story of the 1928 hurricane that devastated the farming area south of Lake Okeechobee, killing an untold number of migrant farm workers.
The First Hollywood
A film historian details the rise and fall of Jacksonville’s budding movie industry of the early 1900s
Discovering the Florida Scrub
An artist learns to appreciate the subtle beauty of the Florida scrub landscape and its unique plants and animals.
Poet Enid Shomer
A Florida poet talks about how growing up in the state has informed her book of short stories featuring women and their issues.
The Longest Canoe
On the outskirts of Florida’s most populous county, archaeologists uncover the remains of a massive canoe a thousand years old.
Four Rivers and a Swamp
A year-long project to study and experience the rivers that have their origin in the great Green Swamp of Central Florida.
Poet David Kirby
Interview with a Tallahassee poet who writes in a free-flowing narrative style.
New Urbanist architects discuss what works in Florida’s towns and neighborhoods, and what is sill possible in building our future