Miami’s Lincoln Road

Did you know Lincoln Road Mall in Miami's trendy South Beach neighborhood is one of the most expensive places to shop in North America? But it wasn't always th...

Victoria’s Antique Warehouse

Victoria Murphy is something of an antique whisperer. She has this knack for being able to locate and breathe new life into old architectural finds that otherwi...

Abandoned Strawn Citrus Packing House

During Florida's late 19th century "orange fever," many citrus packing houses were built throughout the state, even in the central and northern regions. But a s...

Cirikli Stilt Birds

When you visited Walt Disney World's Epcot in the 1990s, do you remember having a tall bird-like creature nibble on your shoulder? A lot of Disney fanatics fond...

Pyramids in Florida

Tucked away in a residential area between Fort Myers and the community of Estero is a unique vacation resort called New University Pyramid Village (also known a...

The Giveler

Do you consider yourself a "grazer" (someone who eats snacks or small portions of food throughout the day in place of regular meals)? It's become a way of life...

Koreshan Unity Settlement

Florida historians agree that one of the most unusual pioneers to call the state home was Cyrus R. Teed. In 1894, Teed decided to continue the utopian movement ...

Fall Country Jamboree

One of Florida's most unique cultural events happens every fall in the tiny Volusia County community of Barberville at the Pioneer Settlement. The two-day event...

Biketoberfest 2016 highlights

Days after Hurricane Matthew threw a costly punch at Daytona Beach, the city came together to welcome tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts during its ann...