Winter 2014

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Features

Zora Neale Hurston's Challenge to Rollins

The college was known as an oasis of progressive thought in the Deep South. But when the folklorist sought to stage a musical production on campus about African American life, no one knew what to expect. —by Maurice J. O'Sullivan Jr. and Jack C. Lane

Maintaining the Morse Museum's Mystique

When Laurence Ruggiero left a stormy but successful stint at the Ringling Museum, he’d barely heard of Louis Comfort Tiffany. But Hugh McKean felt he’d found the right man to protect and enhance this cultural treasure. —by Jay Boyar

Departments

Choosing a Bolder Path

TV anchor Marc Middleton had it all. But one day he walked away from his high-profile job and vowed to start a revolution in how society views aging, possibility and reinvention. —by Randy Noles

Jesus and John Denver

Rev. Shawn Garvey, now in the pulpit at Winter Park’s oldest church, is a theologian who draws inspiration from the gospels as well as modern music about social justice. —by Randy Noles

Columns

Back Story

Strike a Pose

Real men do yoga, but they don’t do it very well. —by Bob Morris

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