Monthly Archive: April 2010
Local Business Broker to Advise Business Owners at Jacksonville Chamber Webinar to add value to their companies.
BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico about to wreck the same shores that were devastated by Hurricane Katrina a few years ago.
Loggerhead Turtles return annually to our beaches. Tomorrow the nesting season starts. Please keep dogs on leashes and children at a distance.
Environment, Feature, Island Info, News
Are kids these days living up to a different potential than previous generations? Amelio thinks so.
Dillan Howell of the band, Hello Forever, returned to Fernandina to surprise the youth group X-Change at the Journey Church.
As a son of the soil I can vouch for the fact that it was economic growth that allowed us to build an event like the Annual Shrimp Festival
It takes a special talent if your photographs can expose the soul of the object, whether human or material. A Pirates Tale photographed.
Opening of the Isle of 8 Flags Amelia Island Annual Shrimp Festival 2010 starts traditionally with the Pirate’s Parade. Here are the SearchAmelia impressions in pictorial format from inside the parade. Please be patient since the page contains 200 images.
Shrimp Festival weekend brings the Dynamic Les DeMerle Trio featuring Bonnie Eisele at Pablo’s Mexican Restaurant
As the apparent wind takes the economy into less shallow waters, the perpetrators of financial deceit should be prosecuted to the full extend of the law
If you haven’t already heard, there will be an ice cream eating contest at the Shrimp Festival, shrimp flavored ice cream!
Freddie and Fannie are encouraging people to allow a “short sale” now in return for a new mortgage within 2 years.
The weather is cooperating and the people of Amelia Island are ready. Let the Shrimp Festival begin with the Pirates Parade tonight
It is exciting to talk to artists about their inspiration. With Theresa Daily, I learned why she paints acrylics.
The presence of pets, especially multiple dogs, in the home at the time of birth appears to protect against the development of allergic diseases such as hay fever.