19 Year old Luke Stribling from Orange Park has been awarded the 2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival Scholarship
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First they reel you in with incentives and credits, than they turn on you and wack you with a new tax. Taxing sunrays? Come on.
Highlighting its upcoming luxury travel show, Wallace Pierson adds a new dimension with fundraiser Raffle to benefit Boys and Girls Club
Randy Brecker, Tony Monaco, El Niño and the Latin Jazz Knights and Jill Web Jr. highlight this year’s Amelia Island Jazz Festival in October.
ISIS showed its ugly head already more than 3 years ago, yet by its ideology it’s a greater threat to Saudi Arabia than any other country.
Possibly the most exciting global travel show is organized annually in Las Vegas by Virtuoso Luxury Travel Advisors
The cooperation of talents between Bijoux Amelia’s Cindy Johnson and artist Sarah Bash produces an interesting collection of wearable whimsical works of art.
Many of us were sitting on needles and pins on December 31, 1999. But not the Aflac duck. He introduced us to insurance options that help us survive and go on.
The only respite is that every few years there comes another talentless idiot that captivates the media attention. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are just the current flavor of idiocracy.
For something as simple as fishing from the beach, bureaucracy has created a maze of options, requirements and exemptions that bedazzle my senses.
Local writer, entrepreneur, Pétanque aficionado, father and grandfather James Weinsier, shares musings, poems and insights from his published bundle “More…Thoughts.
With India in political news, we asked a blogger in India to introduce us to what a typical Indian beach community has to offer. Here is the first story.
In spite of politically worrisome developments in Russia, the oligarchs of the world quietly join forces and merge interests.
Paradise… A lot of people dream of a little island in the middle of nowhere. White sands, blue sea, palm trees… Get the picture?
Lights at the Dolphin Ave and Main Beach Parking lots will be improved to prevent sea turtle disorientation. City receives up to $12K from grant programs.