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As the new chair of the Ponte Vedra Beaches Coalition, Lisa Johnson Cook works with representatives from the community’s homeowners’ associations to address issues of local concern. An artist who also represents the works of others through her company, Cook Fine Art, she lives in Ponte Vedra Beach with her husband, Dan, and their two sons. more
The First Coast knows how to celebrate Independence Day. Get a jump on the festivities by checking out these local Fourth of July activities. more
Children dressed in varying shades of red, green, yellow and blue gathered at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch of the St. Johns County Public Library June 22 for a Harry Potter-themed “Houses of Hogwarts” event. more
Peter Reynolds is managing partner of Pivot CPAs. The Ponte Vedra Beach firm recently opened new offices in Nocatee and Gainesville and has signed on as the official CPA firm of the Web.com Tour Championship. more
Jack Wilbur is a Ponte Vedra native, Episcopal School of Jacksonville graduate and recent college graduate who is currently teaching English in Japan. The Recorder caught up with him while he was home for a recent visit. more
Summer is in full swing, and that means days of lounging by the pool and sea. While the warm, sunny weather can do wonders for stress relief, however, it can also wreak havoc on the skin. This season, the following local spas are offering seasonal specials to pamper and rejuvenate the body and help it keep that summer glow. more
We’re excited to start a new series in our sports section called “Sports Spotlight,” in which we connect with a different local athlete each week and ask him/her a few quick questions. more
An assortment of events in the Nocatee area. more
Warm weather invites all types of relaxing thoughts and behaviors. People embrace various ways of relaxing in the summer, from choosing lightweight clothes to spending more time on recreational pursuits to streamlining certain beauty practices. more
A Ponte Vedra Beach native and rising sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University is helping to organize a series of theater camps in Jacksonville for kids during her summer break. more
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