Inside Florida’s Natural Orange Juice Visitor Center

Beautiful orange groves of Florida on a sunny day. Photo: Jason Patrick Ross/Shutterstock.com If you’ve ever seen a Florida orange Juice commercial, you’ll know that Florida produces the best oranges and therefore, the best orange juice in the country. Year after year Florida provides America with the most of its orange juice. Freshly squeezed and

5 Old, Abandoned and/(or) Interesting Places in Florida You May Not Know About

Fort Bengali. Photo: Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com 1. Fort Bengali in St. Augustine, Florida  This now-abandoned former jail first opened in the late 1950s by L.H. “Buddy” Hough as the “Oldest Jail.” This forced fellow local man Henry “Slim” McDaniel to rename his tourist attraction “The Authentic Oldest Jail”, the well-preserved Victorian jailhouse on San Marco Avenue.

FL Senate Debates College Athlete Pay

Doak Campbell Stadium, home of Florida State University Football, in Tallahassee, Florida, United States on February 15, 2020. Photo: C5 Media/Shutterstock.com Florida college athletes might be able to make off-the-field money soon thanks to an effort that was approved on Monday (March 9, 2020) by the Florida Senate. The bill currently awaits House action. The

Where the Wild Things Are: The Butterfly House of Coconut Creek

Waterfall. Photo: www.butterflyworld.com The largest butterfly habitat is right here in Florida. If you’re a fan of butterflies and their conservation, you may want to visit Butterfly World. This habitat for butterflies is also the largest in the entire world. Thousands of different types of butterflies call this place home and flutter around the premises

Polite Suggestions for Where to Eat in Miami

Miami Beach’s Ocean Drive in sunlight on February 2, 2020.   Photo Credit:  baileyc1/Shutterstock.com If you are heading to South Florida soon, you may want to stop and enjoy all the delicious food and sweets that are offered in Miami. From local bistros to fine dining restaurants Miami has it all. The following polite suggestions

Florida Legislature to Ban Organ Transplant Discrimination for Disabled Individuals

Photo: VGStockstudio/Shutterstock.com A national trend among 12 states is paving the way for new legislation that benefits disabled people who may need organ transplants. California, Maryland and New Jersey already have legislation that benefits people with said disabilities – physical and mental, according to the New York-based National Down Syndrome Society. About 112,500 people in

Florida Lawmakers Seeking to Ban Local Regulations of Airbnbs

State of Florida Capitol Building and the entrance for legislators in Tallahassee, Florida, United States on February 21, 2018. Photo: KMH Photovideo/Shutterstock.com Vacation rental companies like Airbnb support prohibiting local rental regulations. There are communities with large numbers of rentals, however, that oppose the bill. Florida cities and counties have fought state legislation from imposing

South Florida Students Return to School Following Coronavirus Scare

Photo Credit: Lightspring/Shutterstock.com Thirty students and three teachers from a Palm Beach Gardens day school are back on campus after being confined to their homes for five days. The Benjamin School allowed the students and staff to return to their respective classrooms. The scare came after a student from China showed signs and symptoms of

10 Tallest Buildings in Florida, Ranked by Size

POV of tall buildings in Florida, USA. Photo Credit: Telesniuk/Shutterstock.com 10.    Mansions at Acqualina – 643 feet The condos here certainly provide an impressive view of the nearby Sunny Isles Beach ocean for the residents as they live in a 643-foot-tall building. Even more impressive is the indoor art and the architecture of the building