‘Psychic Capital of the World’ in Florida: What we know

Courtesy: Image by Jordan Stimpson from Pixabay As Halloween turns the corner later this week, we at Florida Insider want to take a look into this creepy town in Florida, labeled the “Psychic Capital of the World.” Located just six miles north of Deltona lies a small unincorporated community in Volusia County called Cassadaga.  Not

New South Florida Museum puts selfies at forefront of attraction

Courtesy: Image by Lars_Nissen from Pixabay Museums are known worldwide to hold objects pertaining to a variety of disciplines ranging from history and art to culture and sports. Holding some of the world’s most coveted art pieces and artifacts such as the Mona Lisa and Declaration of Independence is what tends to attract millions of

Rare first edition maps of Florida on display in Tampa exhibit

Courtesy: Naples Florida Weekly It’s crazy to think that up until the early 2000s, a map was the GPS of the past. Now, two decades removed from GPS’s popularization, we entrust our cars and smartphones to lead us to our destination. Turn right in 500 feet. Wrong.  Even with the countless leaps in technology, our

South Florida’s Iconic Knaus Berry Farm set to reopen Oct. 27

Courtesy: Knaus Berry Farm’s cinnamon rolls-Photo by Laine Doss This year has arguably been a wash for practically everyone—however, South Florida has something to get excited about in late October. The iconic Knaus Berry Farm will be opening its doors on Oct. 27, “Lord willing,” according to a recent comment on social media.  Known for

Newest mural in colorful Wynwood Walls pays homage to fallen victims of gun violence

Courtesy: Layron Livingston WPLG Channel 10 News.Located in Bakehouse Art Complex in Wynwood Known for its colorful murals, Miami’s Wynwood Walls has a new addition to its ever-growing display of art. But this piece is much more than just a mural. It’s a statement. A symbol of solidarity and a plea for peace.  Located on

Florida voter registration deadline for 2020 elections is here

Four women of various demographics, young blonde woman in front, filling in ballots and casting votes in booths at polling station, US flag on wall at back. Focus on booth signage– By vesperstock *In a press conference held in Tuesday afternoon in The Villages, Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that due to an online system

Enjoy a Family-Friendly Vacation at the Pyramids in Fort Myers

Photo: Google Images You don’t have to travel to Egypt to see the pyramids or pyramid-like structures anymore. We have some right here in Florida. And they’re unlike anything else you’ve seen in the United States. In 1997, two Austrians, one being founder and hostess Gerti Höntzsch, began building 26 pyramids villas in Florida. The

Florida’s Idled Cruise Industry Can Set Sail Again on November 1

Photo: Ed Judkins / Pixabay The cruise industry has been fine-tuning a public health proposal to resume sailing. Florida’s idled $8-billion-a-year cruise industry can set sail again November 1 under a plan endorsed by the White House Coronavirus Task Force. President Donald Trump’s administration blocked the CDC’s pending order to keep cruise ships docked until

5 Best Rooftop Dining Places in Florida

Rooftop bar overlooking traffic on Brickell Avenue at dusk in Miami, Florida, United States on January 10, 2019. Photo and Caption: Frank Fell Media/ Shutterstock.com Buddha Sky Bar, Delray Beach Located at 217 East Atlantic Avenue is Buddha Sky Bar. This beautiful restaurant overlooks the Atlantic and features a full dinner service at all seats.

Governor DeSantis Approves New State Laws Effective as of October 1

On April 16, 2019, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited the U.S. Coast Guard Station Marathon to meet with Monroe County and municipality officials. Photos by Kristen Livengood. Photo and Caption: Monroe County Board of County Commissioners / Flickr There will be 24 new laws that will go into effect in Florida starting Thursday, October 1.