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New Hampshire Commission Runs Campaigns for Veterans
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe Correspondent If you find yourself up in the Granite State anytime soon and want to help our veterans, consider this:...
Rum lovers unite: Festival returns to Miami
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe CorrespondentI’m no rum expert by anything resembling a long shot, but I know what I like. And three years ago,...
Pack up your clubs and try your luck on the exclusive green at the Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass.
Sportfishing, pristine beaches, and wildlife on an island in the gulf.
Lend your ears to Miami's eclectic music mix.
A 1920s Bugatti makes a statement in Palm Beach, where the sun is king. Catch glimpses of life lived large. Read the story
Rick Searfoss, veteran mission specialist, helped design the new exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center, which won praise from former astronauts who got a test run.
These days, Florida welcomes more than 87 million tourists a year, but five centuries ago, when Juan Ponce de Leon landed on what is now known as the east coast of Florida, visits from afar were rare.
Here are five routes you can take to enjoy the natural beauty of The Sunshine State.
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is a quiet hidden gem set on 16 acres of a 200-acre property in what was once Florida pineapple country.
The sleepy Florida panhandle village is unique for nutrient-rich waters that harbor sweet wild shrimp and all the wild oysters still tong-harvested in the United States.
Fall festivals and holiday fun from Key Largo to Key West.
The Reef Restoration Foundation is one of a burgeoning number of organizations trying to re-forest reefs by tapping the free labor of scuba divers looking to vacation for a cause.
After Vinny and Julie Ciulla bought the Umbrella House in 2005, fans of famed mid-century-modern architect Paul Rudolph started knocking on their door asking to see the inside.
Venice, Fla., the city 30 minutes south of Sarasota, has a core population of 22,000 which grows by a third during the winter months.
What clam chowder is to Bostonians, the grouper sandwich is to folks in the Tampa Bay area.