Energy, Good Energy – Kona’s Rise as a Music Venue

It’s easy to assume the oldest private skatepark in the world can be found in Huntington Beach or in San Diego, areas where modern skateboarding originated. However, you may be surprised to learn it’s actually an East Coast original based in Jacksonville. Tucked away behind the pines in Arlington, Kona has served generations of skaters since 1977. The park is also notable for its contribution of the first ever vert ramp and being featured as a level in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4, which highlights the park’s signature design. Outside of operating as a skatepark, Kona has also garnered buzz …

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January Film Reviews

Spider-Man: No Way Home Spider-Man swings in to save the day—and movie theaters—in what may be the most ambitious and crowd-pleasing superhero film to date. Following the closing moments of the previous entry, Spider-Man: Far from Home, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) has been outed to the world as being the web-slinger’s secret identity. With his friends and family also catching backlash over the revelation, Peter seeks help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) by asking to have the whole world forget that he is Spider-Man. Unfortunately, Strange’s spell backfires and causes Spider-Man villains from other realities to appear in Peter’s universe. …

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South Carolina to Tokyo – Japanese-Styled Resturant, O-Ku

“What could be better than fresh sushi among a beautiful beach view?” asked Indigo Road founder, Steve Palmer. Indigo Road is a hospitality group formed in 2009 and based in Charleston, South Carolina that owns and operates 25 restaurants and hotels in the Southeast. Among those businesses is modern Japanese-styled …

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