Jacksonville, Florida, is emerging as a rising travel destination. But what about a destination to live in? The locals have always known that Jacksonville, or Jax as we like to call it, is one of Florida’s little gems. Now others are slowly discovering that Jacksonville is a pretty cool place to live. Here are 6 things about Jacksonville, Florida that many people overlook, making it one of Florida’s most underrated cities. 1. Plenty of Outdoor Activities Jacksonville boasts the largest land area of any city in the United States spreading across more than 840 miles. The St. Johns River runs through …Read More »
Around 700,000 British expats live in the U.S., and a huge chunk of that population has chosen to reside in Florida. By the estimates of the British consulate in Orlando, approximately 400,000 British expats are in the state. But what makes Florida so attractive to the Brits? Brit-Friendly Culture A Florida retirement has become somewhat of a tradition in the UK. Much of this is because local Floridian culture offers a lot to retiring Brits. Home to the La Martina Miami Beach Polo World Cup, Miami’s version of soccer replaces the traditional green field with sand. For soccer fans, the new …Read More »
The seventh installment of Miami’s III Points music festival wowed fans with the release of this year’s lineup last week. After a very successful 2019 festival with performances by Grammy-winning Tyler, the Creator, A$AP Rocky, Erykah Badu, SZA, James Blake and Beach House, organizers have again outdone themselves with another star-studded lineup, now jam packed into two days. Previously held over three days and in February, the festival will now take place May 1-2 and include headliners the Strokes, Robyn, Wu-Tang Clan, Disclosure, Kaytranada, Caribou and many more. With being many of the featured artists’ only Florida performances, this will …Read More »
Week zero is here! The 2019 college football season is less than a week away from kickoff and the will clash with the at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Saturday, August 24th. Miami’s new head coach, will look to start his tenure off with a bang and shock the nation by beating the 8th ranked Florida Gators. Second year Gators’ head coach will be down on the sidelines looking to thwart any plans of an upset, though. Mullen is coming into this year looking to follow up his impressive campaign last season and get his Gator’s in the College …Read More »
For decades, Miami has been an international tourist destination, known for its lavish nightlife and decadent beach lifestyles. Yet lately, in popular imagination, its reputation as a perennial, sunny playground of the rich and fabulous is preceded by predictions of its imminent drowning. Therefore, it is not so surprising that Miami has joined a coalition of the willing with other major US cities to do what they can to counter the Trump administration’s belligerence towards curbing climate change. President Trump’s departure from the Paris Climate Accords has only accelerated this trend and cities are increasingly taking climate policy into their …Read More »
EU Jax is Heading to Miami for III Points Music, Arts, & Tech Festival and Here is Why You Should Too!
For the fourth year in a row, Miami’s will host III Points Music, Art, and Tech Festival on October 7, 8, and 9, 2016. This three day festival combines international and local artists for an all encompassing event of concerts, art exhibits, parties, panels, discussions, and more. This year, headlining the festival is the recently reunited LCD Soundsystem, Thievery Corporation, and M83. Other major artists include Vince Staples, Flying Lotus, Earl Sweatshirt, Method Man & Red Man,Thee Oh Sees, Dixon, Flight Facilities, and countless others. For many of these artists, LCD Soundsystem included, III Points is their only show in Florida, …Read More »