Florida Views: The Wakulla Beach Hotel Ruins

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Florida Verve in July 2015 Story By Lauren Sumners — Photos By Scott K. Sholl Florida has its share of ghost towns and other abandoned properties — places now largely forgotten that were once the…

Villa Vizcaya: A Gilded Oasis on Biscayne Bay

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on July 15, 2016. By Natalia Heguaburo Miami visitors glancing toward the shore while sailing on Biscayne Bay just south of the Rickenbacker Causeway can be forgiven if they’re startled by the vista…

From the Archives: Florida’s Historic American Beach

By Florida Verve In response to the realities of Florida’s de jure segregation and fueled by their determination to rise above the Jim Crow Era Laws, Abraham Lincoln Lewis and his business associates purchased 30-plus acres of beach frontage on…