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Southeast U.S. Travel Tips, 1983

By Bob Andelman April, 1983 SOUTHEAST Florida To find that good music the gray long hairs are always reminiscing about, consider the International Folk Festival (Miami, late May), New College Summer Music Festival (Sarasota, June weekends), Miami Beach Auditorium Pops… Continue Reading →

Destination: Hawaii (Motivation Strategies Magazine)

By Bob Andelman Originally published in 2005 Hawaii is an ideal incentive destination because it is still viewed as a dream vacation by almost everyone in the world. And as the meeting point between East and West, its appeal has… Continue Reading →

A Tour of St. Petersburg’s Murals (Visit Florida)

Story by Bob Andelman, Photographs by Bill Serne As outdoor murals have multiplied across St. Petersburg, it seems everyone has a favorite. Science fiction fan? Get a picture of you and your friends running from the city’s former landmark –… Continue Reading →

Ringling Museum of Art: Old Masters, New World (Visit Florida)

Story by Bob Andelman; Photographs by Bill Serne The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota is anything but a circus, despite its familiar name. Found in a remarkably gorgeous, serene setting on the Intracoastal Waterway amidst banyan… Continue Reading →

Ironman triathlon’s roots are in the Tampa Bay area! INTERVIEW

(UPDATE: This story, originally written in May 2009 and published in the Maddux Business Report in July 2009, became worth posting online for the first time when the Tampa Bay Times reported on August 28, 2015 that Dalian Wanda Group of… Continue Reading →

Every Sunday, the same question: ‘Is Bruce Springsteen coming tonight?’

(Note: The following story originally appeared in the St. Petersburg Times, where I was a correspondent for many years. It was fun for my then-fiancee (now wife) and I to ask everybody we met, ‘Is Bruce Springsteen coming tonight?’) By… Continue Reading →

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