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Sep 24, 2018

Dependence on foreign resources seems like a modern-day problem. But in the 1920s, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were obsessed with it. Among their worries was rubber, produced only in foreign countries. In 1927, they decided to build a laboratory to determine whether rubber plants could grow in American soil. Searching for a semitropical setting, […]

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Sep 21, 2018

Beyond Florida’s sandy shores, sunny skies and iconic palm-tree-lined boulevards, the Sunshine State is home to some of the nation’s most sophisticated cultural centers. In Flamingo‘s FALL FÊTE: A Guide to Florida’s Museums, Culture and Entertainment we turn the spotlight on a diverse selection of the state’s must-see venues celebrating visual arts, performing arts, science, […]

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Sep 20, 2018

When Thom Ziegenhardt began dreaming up a new ice cream parlor concept four years ago, he pictured his parlor as something more refined, an antidote to the frozen yogurt shops and kid-focused sprinkle palaces on every corner. He started with Google. His search turned up something surprising: ice cream got its start in America thanks, […]

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Jun 12, 2018

Katie Skene Live at Dixie Landing Check out each of Katie’s performances. Read more about Katie Skene. Video by Just Add Video

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