Feature Stories

Poll: Gay marriage tops Florida stories in 2015

gay marriage

Florida’s biggest news story for 2015 happened in the year’s first days, when the state became the 36th with legalized gay marriage, according to an Associated Press poll of the state’s newspaper and broadcast editors. …

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Live from New York, it’s the Metropolitan Opera!

Metropolitan Opera

Oh, those lucky New Yorkers. In one day they can skip over to the Museum of Modern Art and see priceless, fabulous, historic works of art, then waltz down Broadway and take in a live show, and later that …

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Dinosaurs exhibit takes visitors 270 million years back in time

dinosaurs

“Dinosaurs Around The World” has arrived at the Science Center after a stop at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Ark., at a cost of $200,000, paid for through the generosity of the Quantum Foundation …

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Meet Wellington’s own paperback writer

Patrick Kendrick

The visitor was escorted through Florida State Prison’s first set of thick steel bars. One by one, the heavy metal doors swung open and then clanged loudly shut behind him. He finally was deposited inside a small …

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For Gladesmen, life will change in River of Grass

Everglades National Park

The aging gladesmen of the River of Grass will eventually have to retire their flying jon boats under new rules for Everglades National Park that instead promise to protect the nation’s largest tropical wilderness for …

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