Cicada’s Buzz Finally Explained: Powerful Protection Magic Keeping Florida Safe

If you’ve been in Florida for a couple of years, then you’re probably familiar with the buzzing sound of cicadas. Their electricity-like call can often be heard during the summer months, but the bugs themselves are rarely seen, earning them the nickname “Florida Fairies.” A new study has revealed that the nickname may be more … Continue reading Cicada’s Buzz Finally Explained: Powerful Protection Magic Keeping Florida Safe

Trump Mistakes Literal Red Tide for Figurative “Red Wave,” Tells Governor Scott to Keep Up Good Work

According to a source close to Rick Scott, President Trump recently reached out to the governor to congratulate him on increasing the severity of this year’s red tide epidemic, an algae bloom that is wreaking havoc on Florida’s gulf coast and putting stress on an already fragile ecosystem. “The President is very pleased,” said our … Continue reading Trump Mistakes Literal Red Tide for Figurative “Red Wave,” Tells Governor Scott to Keep Up Good Work

What to Sacrifice to the Craw-God Before Hunting for Mudbugs with your Kids

The wet season is upon us here in Florida, and while that means preparing for hurricanes, figuring out how to lower your power bill, and trying to stay cool, it’s also the best time of year to take the family out hunting for crawdads. But before you grab the buckets and wrangle up the kids, … Continue reading What to Sacrifice to the Craw-God Before Hunting for Mudbugs with your Kids