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Amelia Island Jazz Festival Preview Concert

A preview concert benefiting the educational programs and concerts of the 2008 Amelia Island Jazz Festival, featuring The Dynamic Les DeMerle Band with Bonnie Eisele, vocals and special guest, Jazz Legend, Dr. Bill Price, will be held at the historic…
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Cindy McCain

I have seen so many stories about Cindy McCain floating around the World Wide Web I actually think there may be some truth to the following: She is an unarguably beautiful woman who graduated from Southern Cal and became a…
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Schools Receive Report Cards

The Department of Education once again has given the Nassau County School District an excellent report card. Of Nassau County’s 12 public schools, ten received “A” grades on this year’s school accountability reports.

Beach Warning Flags

Pay attention to the flags flying from the lifeguard stands when you visit the beach. They are used to promote safety by identifying

Local Elections on August 26

Donna Martin and Dave Mazur will be seeking the District 1 seat on the Nassau County School Board on August 26. Janet Adkins currently holds the seat, but

Sounds on Center

Sounds on Center is a free community concert held the First Friday of each month from March through October at the foot of Centre Street in historic downtown Fernandina Beach. The event runs from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Bring your chairs…
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Beef O Brady Review

Monday Night is Trivia Night Monday nights at Beef O Brady’s brings a lively evening of trivia entertainment for the entire family to enjoy. The dining room becomes groups of teams made up of friends, families, neighbors and strangers. You…
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Foundation for Intercultural Travel

Due to the large volume of expressed interest in the Foundation for Intercultural Travel, we are posting more details on this exciting opportunity for you to

Foundation for Intercultural Travel

WHAT IS FOUNDATION FOR INTERCULTURAL TRAVEL? Since 1988, the founders of Foundation for Intercultural Travel (F.I.T.) have worked side by side with some of the largest, and some of the best exchange student programs in the industry. In 1996 Foundation…
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Deadly Rip Tides

In Florida we are all used to hearing about rip tides or rip currents along our beaches. Unfortunately, they are not as aware of these in the northern states and several swimmers drowned this weekend due to

And Al Gore Won!

May 12 marked the death of a 98-year-old lady named Irena who served as a plumbing and sewer specialist in a Warsaw ghetto during WWII. Irena was German, so she knew the Nazis’ plans for the Jews and smuggled infants

No Back to School Tax Break

If you were waiting for the ten day sales tax holiday to shop for school and hurricane supplies, forget it. Florida lawmakers have chopped the popular event that saved consumers a whopping $41 million during the 2007 tax holiday. Almost…
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Ameliaman

On Saturday, October 4th, 2008, Gatorade, Open Road Bicycles and Hammer Nutrition are sponsoring the 1st triathlon to be held on Amelia Island. The Atlantic Coast Triathlon will feature