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Try These Scrumptious, Shoes-Optional Seafood Shacks

 CABBAGE KEYPineland, FloridaAccessible only by boat, this eighty-acre, palm-lined island is home to an irresistible 1930s open-air tavern. Enjoy peeling fresh shrimp and cracking stone crab claws as gopher tortoises mosey past. Don’t miss...

Get Hooked: Find the Best Fishing Spots in the Gulf

The Gulf is something of a mecca for anglers, who reel in a bounty of grouper, trout, and tuna, to name a few. There’s pier fishing, inshore charters, and deep-sea expeditions from which to choose, and plenty of pros ready to share a story or tip.

Wacky Daiquiris of the Gulf

Discover the origins of the Gulf's most iconic frozen cocktail, the Bushwacker, along with other bold takes on this old favorite.

Get A Move On—Outdoor Activities in the Gulf

You love sand and surf, but the thought of lying on a towel for hours makes you twitch. Good thing the Gulf has plenty of outdoor activities to satisfy your inner adrenaline junkie.

Commentary: Growing up Jewish in the South

While other kids talked about the Easter Bunny and a Sunday spent gorging on chocolate eggs, I prepared for Passover Seder and dreaded eating matzo, a bland cracker with all the flavor of cardboard—for seven days.

Five Pritikin Recipes for You to Try at Home

Pritikin was kind enough to share these simple, healthy recipes from its boot camp program with us—just in time for bikini season!Mustard Coated SalmonServes: 4Ingredients: 2 tablespoons no-salt-added stone ground mustard 1 tablespoons no-salt-added Dijon-style mustard 1 teaspoon...

Highlands Hits Its Stride

Today, the only thing predictable in Highlands is the temperature, which is at least ten blessed degrees cooler than the rest of the South on any given day.

When Nature Calls

As the mother of two small children, my self-reflection time is limited to an occasional glimpse in the mirror, followed by the realization I haven’t showered in two days. But here I am in...

Stayin’ Alive: A Monk Shares How Not to Kill Your Bonsai

It's not every day you’re able to interview a monk. And it’s even rarer to interview him about bonsai trees. But Friar Gerard Gross has been in charge of bonsai cultivation at the Monastery...

A City Slicker’s Guide to Communing with Nature

You don’t have to disappear into the woods to reconnect with Mother Earth. With a little creativity, you can create an eco-retreat in even the smoggiest city.

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