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Primary voters went mostly for experience

tallahassee.com — Voters in Tuesday's primary overwhelmingly supported two incumbents and another long-serving elected official in Tallahassee City Commission races but decided to toss out a six-year incumbent on the School Board. Voters in Tuesday's primary overwhelmingly supported two incumbents and another long-serving elected official in Tallahassee City Commission races but decided to toss out a six-year incumbent on the School Board.
Aug 27, 2014

Losers in primary election should 'look in the mirror' for someone to blame on.tdo.com/1piPS4a via @tdonline

Audra Pittman's pear crisp is an artistic marvel

tallahassee.com — This week "Let's Dish" visited Audra Pittman, executive director of the Council on Culture & Arts (COCA), at her Northeast home. Pittman is an artist and art educator by trade, the wife of local attorney Sean Pittman and is also the mother of three young daughters.

Miles out as FAMU football broadcaster

tallahassee.com — The voice of the Rattlers has been silenced in a move that will put radio broadcast of FAMU football games back under the control of the school's athletic department. Keith Miles confirmed Wednesday night that the athletic department has taken over production game coverage and a contract with his Vantage Radio company would not be renewed.

Florida State ditches "Dallas to Dallas," adopts "don't eat the cheese"

tallahassee.com — For the last six months the phrase "Dallas to Dallas" has been used to get Florida State fans excited. Reigning Heisman Trophy-winner Jameis Winston began the campaign of sorts in February. "That's our little slogan - from Dallas to Dallas," he said during a trip to North Texas to accept the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's top college quarterback.
Aug 27, 2014

Hardest thing about writing this story was that I LOVE me some cheese. It's my favorite food after sushi & ice cream. tallahassee.com/story/sports/c…

Aug 27, 2014

No. 1 #Noles eliminate "Dallas to Dallas" slogan & adopt "don't eat the cheese" saying. My latest story on Jimbo-isms tallahassee.com/story/sports/c…

Food for football

tallahassee.com — A food police moniker hardly does justice to what Katy Meassick brings to the table as Florida State's point-person on all things nutrition for athletes. Meassick customizes meal plans for 500 to 550 student athletes across 19 sports through FSU's newly created Sports Nutrition Department as its director.
Aug 27, 2014

Food for football? You bet and Katy Meassick, director of @FSU_Fuel, is in charge of sports nutrition on.tdo.com/1piHnGv via @tdonline