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  • Roads less traveled, more inviting

    Roads less traveled, more inviting
    How many roads must a travel columnist go down? More than enough to compile a list of favorite scenic highways from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, from South Florida to the Georgia border. While the view often includes postcard-worthy...
  • Howard Baker, the last of the Republican moderates

    WASHINGTON -- At a time when the Republican Party needs a heavy dose of compromise to bring functionality back to government, one of its most admirable models of goodwill and working across the aisle has departed with the death at 88 of Howard Henry Baker...
  • Ed Pany keeping cement industry memories alive

    "You are in for a treat," said Ed Pany, 77, as we prepared to enter the Atlas Cement Company Memorial Museum in Northampton. "I could tell you stories, I could tell you stories, I could tell you stories." Then we walked inside. It was a treat. And he...
  • Fineout: Crist delays special session, doesn’t like insurance bill

     
    Capitol reporter Gary Fineout with the Florida Tribune caught up with Gov. Charlie Crist in Panama City on Monday, and here are the highlights: Gov. Charlie Crist's running battle with the GOP-controlled Florida Legislature appears unlikely to end anytime...
  • Panama Canal Nearing Completion

     
    June 12, 1910: Work continues on the Panama Canal, an example of American ingenuity, where the slogan is “1915 or Bust.” Also on the jump, a Times editorial against picketing by strikers. The Times’ staunch opposition to picketing will be a factor...
  • Can Panhandle save its bays from oil?

     
    By Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel PENSACOLA BEACH — Looking from a distance like the notch on a gun sight, St. Andrews Pass is the 1,500-foot-wide gap that enables boats, fish and tidal currents to slip back and forth in a straight shot between the Gulf....
  • Every sweet tooth's dream: Is chocolate good for you?

     
    Evidence linking consumption of chocolate — or, more specifically, cocoa — to better health first emerged more than 10 years ago from studies of the Kuna people, natives of the San Blas islands off the coast of Panama. But can we trust it? Studie...
  • Bobby Bowden beckons you to the beach on Florida’s gulf coast

     
    Bobby Bowden beckons you to the beach on Florida's gulf coast...
  • Florida State reserve safety Ed Imeokparia enters diversionary program

     
    Florida State reserve safety Ed Imeokparia enters diversionary program...
  • Puerto Ricans seek documentation as birth certificates expire

     
    By Víctor Manuel Ramos, Orlando Sentinel June 7, 2010 Retiree Felicita Rodríguez has traveled from Panama to Russia in the past year and a dozen other destinations to compete in international domino tournaments that have become a full-time hobby. W...
  • Fishing kicks off fall fun in Panama City Beach

     
    Panama City Beach is tossing some bait at anglers with the introduction of the 2010 REAL.FUN.FISHING event. It consists of two exciting sport-fishing tournaments, taking place Sept. 24-25, followed by the official opening of snapper season on Oct. 1....