It’s No Myth that Argonaut Coffee is Arriving in Tallahassee

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Argonaut Coffee Tallahassee coffee lovers, you’re in luck! A new coffee shop is arriving soon and it’ll be a must-add to your weekly coffee routine. Earlier this summer, Jason McArthur brought Argonaut Coffee to life and is excited for Tallahassee’s newest coffee shop to open later this summer. The Tally Wire spoke with McArthur about his new business and to … Continue reading It’s No Myth that Argonaut Coffee is Arriving in Tallahassee

A Day in My Small-Town Internship: Behind the Scenes of an FSU Student’s Summer Internship

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Nick Morrison Every morning, I spend a peaceful thirty minutes in the sunlit hills and foggy valleys of rural Minnesota. It’s not a trendy millennial meditation retreat or an ecotourist vacation—it’s my drive to work. This summer, living back home with my family, I’m interning at a local newspaper in a small town a county over. Today, I’m the first … Continue reading A Day in My Small-Town Internship: Behind the Scenes of an FSU Student’s Summer Internship

Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Visit Wakulla Did you know that the largest and deepest freshwater spring is located just 15 miles south of Tallahassee? Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park is home to Wakulla Springs, which is home to the world’s record-breaking freshwater springs. Many years ago, organic sources of limestone carbonates began forming in the area where the springs are formed at the … Continue reading Wakulla Springs: A Local Record-Breaking Piece of Paradise

Our Tallahassee Community is Tough as Trace

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Matt and Britany Thompson Trace Thompson is a 3rd grader in Tallahassee who enjoys typical, nine-year-old-boy things: playing soccer on his travel team, visiting the local cat humane society to play with kittens, clogging with his grandma and cousin with the Mountain Dew Cloggers, and going on trips with his parents and younger brother. Trace is your average energetic, kind-hearted, … Continue reading Our Tallahassee Community is Tough as Trace

The Never Forgotten Coast Campaign Continues to Tell the Stories Behind Hurricane Michael

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Alex and Chelsea Workman On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida Panhandle as a category 5 hurricane. At the center of Hurricane Michael’s path of destruction was Mexico Beach, a “small-town, family-friendly” community just 2 hours southwest of Tallahassee. Residents of Mexico Beach were left with virtually nothing; their homes and businesses were destroyed. As … Continue reading The Never Forgotten Coast Campaign Continues to Tell the Stories Behind Hurricane Michael

How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Timothy Barlin Before I showed up for orientation at Florida State University, after analyzing the campus map and quoting my Uber ride from the airport, there was a very important question I needed to answer: how do I get my coffee fix in Tallahassee? I love coffee, along with most of the adult population. I love the caffeine high almost … Continue reading How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker

What to Do to Prepare For Upcoming Storms in Tallahassee

By Amy Marcos On July 6, 2019, The National Hurricane Center reported that a tropical depression could form in the Gulf of Mexico and could impact the north Florida area in the next couple of days. The following has been stated: An area of low pressure may form along a front in the northern Gulf of Mexico late in the week ahead. This is an … Continue reading What to Do to Prepare For Upcoming Storms in Tallahassee