Monthly Archive: December 2013
Two performances will be held on Monday, December 30, 2013, at Fernandina Little Theatre, at 4:00 and 8:00 PM.
This Farmers Market we will be celebrating the talents of our local musicians, so bring your instrument and sit in for a spell
Community Events, Music, Shopping
Written by Jeff Goode, scandal erupts at the North Pole when one of Santa’s eight tiny reindeer accuses him of sexual harassment.
Are you looking for something different to do? Consider the hospitality of Celebrity cruises and join the Les DeMille Jazz band at sea.
Registration for Katie Ride makes a great last minute Christmas gift!
Bicycle Events, Charity Events, Sports
If you need fresh baked cookies for Santa Claus next week, you should visit the downtown farmers market this week.
Community Events, Shopping
Tickets for the event are $50.00 per person and will help build a new shelter at the Nassau Humane Society.
Charity Events, Music, Pets
Burns can become infected with bacteria or other germs if protective layers of skin are lost.
Baptist Nassau Board of Directors voted unanimously to support the annexation of the entire hospital campus.
Living is actively getting off your butt and into the mess, learning, moving, becoming a force in yourself instead of being taken over by it.
95 percent of uninsured African Americans might qualify for lower costs on coverage if all states expanded Medicaid
“No shirt, no shoes…..Nosara,” the get-away experience of a lifetime when you comprehend that true value often means ‘less is more’.
I found myself using an outdoor clothesline this past year and realized many youngsters had never seen one before.
Local award winning author, Mary Ann Bator-Gray, now makes handmade plastic bag holders, too. Perfect for storing poop-bags.
Interesting Locals, Shopping
The answer to the question if bigger is really better, will always depend on the taste and class of who asks the question. The Titanic and the Allure of the Seas only compare in numbers.