Tallahassee’s Holocaust Education Resource Council is devoted to keeping each generation mindful of the atrocities that were committed in Nazi Germany. The organization provides school teachers and the general public with valuable educational materials and hosts a variety of events throughout the year with this same mission in mind. Executive director Barbara Goldstein will talk […]
Tallahassee Community Chorus concludes its season with the final appearance of their beloved conductor Dr. Andre Thomas. This Spring concert entitled Tribute! is scheduled for Saturday April 13th, 7:30pm at Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, Florida State University. Tickets are available on line at tcchorus.org. Chorus President Jan Smith and Executive Director Randall Webster will talk with Brien […]
First, Jason Hohensee joins us to talk about Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and his fundraising even called Tour de Mentor. Then, Jerry Thigpen and Sara Marchessault sit in to discuss the upcoming Word of South festival.
As Tallahassee’s economy continues to expand and evolve in keeping with national and world economic changes, the local business community is struggling to keep pace. The advancement of technology, especially web-based solutions represents an additional layer of challenge for both start-ups and established businesses. Entrepreneur In Residence for the Jim Moran Institute Ron Frazier, FSU […]
As an artist, developer, supervisor, and entrepreneur, Tom Mikota brings a broad perspective to the business of film production, virtual reality, and augmented reality. It allows him to solve production problems quickly from multiple angles, and see paths toward new production technologies. Tom will talk with Brien about his pioneering work on such films as […]
First, David Wheeler and Yasmin Khan with the Alzheimer’s Association talk with Brien about their upcoming “Volunteer Kickoff Party”. Then, Jeremy Matlow City Commissioner-Seat 3, joins us to talk about his first 90 days in office.
For 9 years, Leon County Commissioner District 5 Kristin Dozier has served the people in her district and throughout the county with a determination to tackle some of our toughest problems. Now in her 3rd term of office, Kristin’s priorities are focused upon water management, growth management, and her personal interest in engaging more of […]
As Tallahassee’s economic, cultural, and demographic landscapes continue to evolve, this “new Tallahassee” continues to face the challenges of old conceptions and perceptions about who we really are. When it comes to tourism, the impact is dramatic. Those potential visitors from outside our community may be influenced by negative headlines having to do with everything […]
2-1-1 Big Bend has been providing social services to Tallahassee and the surrounding area for almost 50 years. Since 1985, Randy Nicklaus has served as the agency’s president. During that time, 2-1-1 Big Bend has expanded their range of services and the number of communities across the region being served. Today, the agency provides assessment, […]
For more than 60 years, Southern Scholarship Foundation has helped students achieve their dreams of attending their choice university through our partnerships at Florida Gulf Coast University, University of Florida, Santa Fe College, Florida State University, Flagler College – Tallahassee, Florida A & M University, and Tallahassee Community College. SSF president and CEO Shawn Woodin […]
Domi Station is a non-profit startup incubator and co-working space that offers programs, resources, and events to help entrepreneurs start and scale sustainable companies. In April of this year, Antonio Montoya began his duties as Domi’s executive director. Antonio will talk with Brien about his view of Tallahassee’s business climate and what he hopes to […]
First, Marilyn Proctor-Givens joins us to talk about teaching art at Lincoln High School for 33 years and her current exhibit at LaMoyne. Then Robert Clary, Tallahassee Fire Department, comes on to discuss fire safety during the holidays. Finally, Danny Bedrosian brings his Sum’n Fierce Band on to play a song.
At the outset of this holiday season, Lee Ortega will talk with Brien about LeMoyne Arts Holiday Show featuring local artists and their original Christmas ornaments available for purchase. At the close of the FSU Football season, some locals have taken it upon themselves to criticize first-year Head Coach Willie Taggart. One individual even took […]