Sunday, December 4, 2016

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Nights of Lights shine again

Smiles beam across a sprawling crowd in the Plaza de la Constitución immediately after the approximately 2.5 million lights illuminating the 23rd annual Nights...

Florida still bringing in a record number of tourists

Tourists continue to visit Florida in record numbers during a year that saw two hurricanes hit the state and federal officials warn away pregnant...

Veterans Day in the Ancient City

The Military Officers Association of America — Ancient City Chapter and the Veterans Council of St. Johns County, Florida, will host activities for Veterans...

Pirate Gathering is about more than playing dress-up

With a scarf tied around his forehead and a baldric holding a sword wrapped around his shoulder, a pirate dressed in a white shirt,...

Adaptation of ‘The Maids’ is onstage at Flagler College

Flagler College’s theater department will bring an adaptation of absurdist playwright Jean Genet’s “The Maids”to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 through 12...

New Orleans blues/funk icon Dr. John and The Nite Trippers is...

New Orleans blues and funk icon Dr. John and The Nite Trippers returns to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall with a performance at 8...

FOOD

Fresh, healthy food separates Zoes Kitchen from the mainstream

In a world where chains dominate the dining landscape, Zoës Kitchen in northern Ponte Vedra stands out from the crowd. For more than a...

Hong Kong Cafe serves up authentic Cantonese dishes, with many of...

The lush landscape of greenery cultivated on the front patio of Hong Kong Café reflects the freshness created within its doors. Inside the small,...

Shipwrecked rudder returns to GTM Research Reserve

By CONTRIBUTED The Guana Tolomato Matanzas (GTM) Research Reserve recently received an old ship rudder from the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. “In 2005, this...

Top 5 Attractions for All Ages

It happens. You have some down time but you, the teens and the little kids all have a different idea of fun. Fortunately, St....

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Timeline: Highlights of the 132-year history of Florida School for the Deaf and Blind

1882: Thomas Hines Coleman graduates as a deaf student from Gallaudet University and urges Florida Governor W.D. Bloxham to help establish a deaf and...

Pedro Menendez

Pedro Menendez de Aviles y Alonso de la Campa has the recognition in St. Augustine of being this city's founder. The explorer, born in Aviles,...

Minorcans of St. Augustine

In 2000, the Minorcan Festa and Paseo St. Augustine, commemorating the arrival of the Minorcans in St. Augustine in late summer of 1777, was...