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Free webinar will help with research challenges

Attacking Brick Walls Using Technology and Traditional Methods#x201d; is a topic that probably appeals to all genealogical researchers. Claire V. Brisson-Banks, owner of the ancestral and forensic research service Timeless Genealogies, might have som...
Published: 03/08/15

The benefits of low-temperature milk

Q: I noticed recently at a health foods store that they were announcing some kind of low-temperature milk, but it was in the refrigerator case with the other milk. The cashier didn't know much about it except that it was supposed to be healthier, bu...
Published: 03/08/15
What’s Blooming in the Bette S. Walker Discovery Garden?

What’s Blooming in the Bette S. Walker Discovery Garden?

Chickasaw plum
Published: 03/08/15
Growers say organic food worth extra effort, cost

Growers say organic food worth extra effort, cost

Although the popularity and availability of organic fruits and vegetables continues to grow, for many consumers the whole thing still comes across as a bit of a fad - a movement created by stores like Trader Joe's and Whole Foods to get even more of ...
Published: 03/07/15
Manatee who migrated from Tampa Bay to Texas is back home

Manatee who migrated from Tampa Bay to Texas is back home

A rehabilitated manatee from Tampa Bay who ended up in Texas is back in home waters after receiving care from SeaWorld, the theme park announced today.
Published: 03/04/15
Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

Tampa Theatre Hollywood Awards Night
Updated: 1 months ago

Don’t draw conclusions from one set of records

Sometimes the simplest of genealogical problems can confound us and leave us questioning our own abilities. “Is it just me or is something wrong in these records?”
Updated: 1 months ago
Recycled yard art winners on display

Recycled yard art winners on display

Hillsborough County’s UF/IFAS Extension held a recycled yard art contest in February at the Florida State Fair to increase environmental awareness and encourage people to reuse and recycle.
Updated: 1 months ago

Turbinado sugar isn’t always right for baking

Q: I've been buying turbinado sugar lately. My daughter says it's better for me. It tastes OK, but when I try to bake with it, things just don't turn out well. They're dry, or crumbly or flat. What's wrong with turbinado sugar that it won't cook w...
Updated: 1 months ago
Something is always blooming at Leu Gardens

Something is always blooming at Leu Gardens

It takes a lot to tear us away from a weekend in Winter Park. But Harry P. Leu Gardens does. And, luckily, it’s just 4 miles away in Orlando.
Updated: 1 months ago