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Searching for the Perfect Society in Tennessee

In the late 19th century, British social reformer embarked on a bold social experiment in the rugged terrain of eastern Tennessee. He created a utopian society and called it Rugby. 6 Facts About Rugby, Tennessee Rugby's founder, English author...

For the Love of Cole Slaw (Wrestling)

On the outskirts of Daytona in a place called Samsula is a dive bar that's gained fame for what happens here during Biketoberfest and Bike Week, the area's two big annual motorcycle rallies. In a field behind the old Sopotnick's Cabbage Patch tavern...

This Florida Beach Will Remind You of California

Beaches are a dime a dozen in Florida. There's 663 miles of beaches in the Sunshine State which attract millions of tourists from all over the world every year. But most visitors don't know about this anomaly of a beach just a few miles south of St. ...

Titusville Burger Joint Goes Old School in a Big Way

Florida native Russ Quam spent 16 years in the classroom teaching elementary school students. But he's always had a passion for food. Prior to starting his teaching career, he worked jobs that gave him experience in the restaurant and hospitality in...

How Do Weeki Wachee’s Mermaids Stay Underwater So Long?

The famous mermaids of Weeki Wachee Springs are the epitome of grace and elegance. They make what they do underwater look effortless. Surprisingly, the secrets behind their daily aquatic ballets haven't changed much since the classic Florida roadside...

A Florida Wood Sculptor and His “Whispering Giants”

To the casual observer, Peter Wolf Toth's property on U.S. 1 in Edgewater, Florida might be mistaken for a shop featuring chainsaw art. Intricately-carved wooden heads of Native Americans soar into the blue skies above. Faces carved into pieces of dr...