The Motif Collective, an internet start-up located in Fernandina Beach, Florida just completed its Fourth International Online Photography Competition.
This months the Online Exhibit was …
Amid rumors of financial woes, World's Largest Crowdfunding Festival downsizes
Pomp, pledges and prayers ruled the day today at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, where the city’s two newest performers carried out the first act of a four year long …
07.01.16 | The WINs and FAILs of the Week
Local Craft Cocktailsman Ford Roberts tested his skills against nation’s best
The inimitable Crispin Hellion Glover returns to Northeast Florida with his Big Slide Show
Barber-artist-Renaissance-man Joe Rocco embodies St. Augustine’s free-spirited, funky vibe
Many people say they want to dredge the St. Johns River. I am hoping to reverse the rush toward dredging, and I have an alternative plan. This plan is based on my 45 years’ experience as a Merchant Marine, while serving 35 years in the U.S. Navy Reserve and active duty service. I retired as a USN Commander; and spent my last 23 years in the Merchant Marine as a Chief Engineer.
Babbling adults stay up all night yakking about nothing in this indie comedy pabulum
WHEN THEY DIED IN A 1940 CAR CRASH, Eileen McKenney was far better known (by name, at least) than her novelist husband Nathanael West. Made famous in her older sister Ruth McKenney’s 1938 memoir My Sister Eileen, she inspired at least two books, two movies, a Broadway musical, and a TV series. They were all light-hearted and comic.