Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Film festival line-up boasts multiple links to Florida

A Dean Emeritus from the University of Florida; a Jacksonville-born man who fought racial inequality; a film about the State foster care system with a writer/cinematographer who went to Apopka High School; and St....

New aquarium puts visitors close to wild Florida

With a singular thrust of its muscular tail, the shark shouldered past his two companions, broke the water’s surface and — rather gently for a fellow named “Bruiser” — retrieved a food tidbit from...

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 of Lights were switched on during the event’s Light Up!...

Governor says state working to get tourism economy going again

Just a few days after local tourism business and marketing leaders hosted a news conference to talk about St. Johns County being back in business after dealing with Hurricane Matthew, the governor came to...

Some downtown businesses estimate weeks, months of down time

On any other weekend, the streets of downtown St. Augustine would be bustling with tourists, historic re-enactors and horse-drawn carriages. This weekend, however, only whirring chain saws and swishing brooms pierced the silence of...

Coastal residents return home to assess damage, start rebuilding

After more than two days working to maintain order and help others at one of the county’s emergency shelters, Clay Carmichael returned to chaos Saturday night when he and his brother-in-law made it back...

St. Ambrose Church gears up for fall festival

St. Ambrose Catholic Church is gearing up for its biannual fundraising festival from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 4 at 6070 Church Road in Elkton. The church’s fall festival features several dine-in or take-out options,...

Curator tour highlights Lightner history

The Lightner Museum's monthly curator tour will focus on "The Evolution of the Lightner Museum." The tour will begin at 10 a.m. Sept. 7 in the front lobby of the museum. Conducted by curator Barry...

Artist captures emotion with graphite

By CONTRIBUTED Butterfield Garage Art Gallery will exhibit the emotional work of Sherrie Pettigrew through September. The exhibit will open during First Friday Art Walk today. Pettigrew lives in Gainesville Florida, where she obtained a master’s...

Rusted Roots, Devon Allman Band are coming to town

Rusted Root and the Devon Allman Band will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Tickets for Rusted Root and the Devon Allman Band go on sale at 10...

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