Panelists from left to right: Bush attorney Barry Richard, Leon County Election Supervisor Ion Sancho, retired Florida Supreme Court Justice Harry Anstead, First District Court of Appeal Judge Nikki Ann Clark, Second Judicial Circuit Judge Terry Lewis, Florida Supreme Court Public Information Officer Craig Waters and Florida Supreme Court Justice Jorge Labarga. (Photo credit: Lea Marshall )
It's been 10 years since the bizarre events surrounding the Florida Recount changed the face of Tallahassee for 37 days and possibly the tone of America's civic discourse forever. Many of the people most intimately involved were our neighbors on both sides of the aisle. Hear the inside scoop from them along with their observations on where we've come since as a city and as a country. PHOTO CONTEST: To digitally document the Florida recount in pictures (digital cameras and photo sharing sites weren't ubiquitous then so there isn't much online), The Village Square and the Tallahassee Democrat are co-sponsoring a recount photo contest. Best Buy of Tallahassee has generously donated a SONY DSC-W190 Digital Camera as the prize (first and second place winners will also win 2 season tickets to The Village Square Dinner at the Square). To enter your pictures (deadline is Sunday November 7) they must be uploaded to the Democrat's websiteHERE.
Parking: park directly behind the Calhoun Street rear entrance to the church or in the St. John's lot on Call Street next to the bookstore. DO NOT park in the Century Link lot off of Call Street as they will tow you.
Tickets are $25 each
Spinach and garlic stuffed ravioli in homemade marinaraor Chicken Piccata over penne pasta
Bella Bella House Salad and Bread
Desserts provided by St. John's Lively Cafe: Cheesecake Streusel Bar Kahlua Praline Brownies