Saturday, July 30, 2016

COMPASS

Music madness: Saturday’s live music calendar

By COMPASS SATURDAY, JULY 30 Dewey Via, Noon, Colonial Quarter Elizabeth Roth Solo, 1 p.m., Tradewinds Lounge TJ Brown, 2 p.m., San Sebastian Winery Highway One Band, 3 p.m.,...

Festival’s aim to extend tourist season

By JAKE MARTIN [email protected] In an effort to extend the summer tourism season into the first weeks of September, the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division,...

Swamp Radio

By CONTRIBUTED Swamp Radio, Northeast Florida’s culture and arts variety live-radio experience, will take its annual summer road trip to St. Augustine to celebrate all...

720 Glassworks

By KARA POUND Local husband-and-wife glassblowing team, James and Andrea Stanford, have been creating art together for nearly five years under the moniker 720 Glassworks. Their...

Florida attractions boast new exhibits for summer

By CONTRIBUTED BY DEWAYNE BEVIL | ORLANDO SENTINEL THE RECORD Opened July 2, the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park’s working blacksmith exhibit offers guests a...

Beach shops host casual charity walk

The annual Flip Flop ‘Til You Drop starts at 1 p.m. at Dunes Cracker House Saturday. Described as “a pleasant walk for charity,” this year’s...

ATTRACTIONS

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....

Save money at local attractions with Memberships

Membership has its privileges — and its rewards — here on Anastasia Island. There’s a lot of money to be saved, and it doesn’t...

The Alligator Farm: From roadside attraction to accredited zoo

There’s Americana, then there’s Floridana. If it’s Floridana, there has to be oranges, palm trees and, of course, alligators involved. Part of that state...

FOOD

Dining Profile: The Gourmet Hut

By KATHLEEN STEWARD The Gourmet Hut is an intimate restaurant nestled in a garden setting of owner Wendy Relph’s own creation. Relph opened the Gourmet Hut...

Build a great ceaser salad

A great Caesar salad gets its swagger from a great dressing. Senior food editor Andy Baraghani gives us the inside tips, like why raw...

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St. Augustine History

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...