Spring 2014

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A Tenure of Depression and Elation

Rollins didn’t hire William Freemont Blackman as a fundraiser. But as the 20th century dawned, that’s what he became. Between chasing money and dealing with an eccentric philanthropist, the distinguished educator exhausted himself — but kept the college afloat. —by Dr. Jack C. Lane



Made (Slowly) From Scratch

The food at this funky little eatery is certainly ambitious. But don’t be in a hurry, and order everything you want the first time — despite what the server says. —by Rona Gindin

the design tourist

A Home That Gives Hugs

When Marc Thee was selected as interior designer for the New American Home, he opted for a subtle yet sexy look that’s modern, but with a dose of old-fashioned coziness. —by Karen Leblanc


Celluloid is in Her Blood

Liz Tiedtke practically grew up at Enzian. Now she’s stepped up to help run the Maitland moviehouse, where she’s spearheading a major expansion while keeping film buffs happy. —by Jay Boyar


Back Story

The Right Call

Suddenly, there was more afoot than a football game. —by Jim Desimone

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