Randi Atwood, Tallahassee Democrat

Randi Atwood

Tallahassee Democrat

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Past articles by Randi:

Patti LaBelle, Jay Leno, Itzhak Perlman to headline Opening Nights 2021-22 season

Opening Nights at FSU will also feature tributes to Queen and Aretha Franklin, and musicals and an 'I Love Lucy' retrospective. → Read More

Yum! A timeline of new Tallahassee restaurants that opened so far in 2021

Here are some of the brick-and-mortar eateries that opened in Tallahassee in the first half of 2021. → Read More

COVID vaccine for young teens: Where, how to get your shot in Tallahassee, Big Bend

COVID vaccine for adolescents: The latest list of where and how to get your young teen a vaccine in the Big Bend. → Read More

The ultimate guide to Tallahassee's Southern Shakespeare Festival 2021: 'Twelfth Night'

The Southern Shakespeare Festival returns after a year off. Here's where, when and how to catch "Twelfth Night" and all the fun. → Read More

Four Tallahassee celebrities will play the priest in 'Twelfth Night' — each for one night only

Sean Pittman, Gary Yordon, Jack Campbell and William Hatfield are all playing Shakespeare's priest for fun and for charity. → Read More

What's your favorite? Tallahassee Democrat Readers' Choice Awards now accepting nominations

The awards recognize the Big Bend's favorites in more than 100 categories from doughnut shops to dentists, from clothing to car dealerships. → Read More

Leon, Wakulla County restaurant inspections: 13 passed with perfect scores this week

Each week we share the area restaurants that aced their inspections, while also rounding up those with the worst violations. → Read More

COVID and schools: Read letter from Corcoran banning mask mandates in 2021-22 school year

Florida Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran says Florida's 67 traditional public school districts should make face masks optional for next school year. → Read More

COVID vaccine: Ultimate guide to where and how to get your shot in Tallahassee, Big Bend

COVID vaccine 101: The latest, most complete list of where and how to get a vaccine in the Big Bend. → Read More

2021 lineup for Word of South mixes novelists, country music, politicos, jazz and more

Word of South was one of the first events canceled in 2020. Now it's set to be the first to go ahead with a live event this spring on April 10-11. → Read More

On or off? A status listing of Tallahassee's spring outdoor events

Some event organizers have reconfigured their events to safely navigate the challenges of COVID-19. → Read More

Bestselling author/environmentalist Jeff VanderMeer invites readers into the ‘Wild’

The author/environmentalist is set to write a monthly column which will take readers into his increasingly untamed, increasingly natural yard. → Read More

A look back: Tallahassee's Top 10 stories of 2020

Here are our choices for Top 10 stories of 2020. Most of them are interwoven with COVID-19. There was no way to separate them. → Read More

Two Tallahassee nonprofits receive grants from Gannett's A Community Thrives program

A Community Thrives grant this year supported organizations promoting fitness and the arts. → Read More

Zing! is about to zig-zag. Here's why.

For the next little while, we’re not going to print any Zing!s about the presidential election. No Trump. No Biden. → Read More

Election 2020: Tallahassee, Leon County results at a glance

Here's an at-a-glance look at the latest results for all the races impacting Tallahassee and Florida's Big Bend. → Read More

Florida general elections: what to expect locally on election night

Election Day is — finally — nearly here. → Read More

Opening Nights announces season of live performances — yes, really

The roster of performers includes Rock and Roll and County Music Hall-of-Famers, child prodigies ... and acrobatic dogs. → Read More

Join us for live virtual candidate forums starting this week

There's a lot riding on what happens Nov. 3. → Read More

Join us for virtual candidate forums over the next few weeks

The primary is August 18, and several races will end then. If you want until November, you'll miss your chance. → Read More