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The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall currently might be gathering dust, but it’s certainly not been forgotten, according to Dianya Markovits, public relations manager. In fact, the unusually quiet venue is saving steam for a pretty rowdy couple of months. more
Social gatherings and events may be canceled, but passion and creativity is still alive and well. more
Late in life, as he sank deeper into insanity and fell in love with a pigeon, Nikola Tesla developed an unhealthy obsession with the numbers 3, 6 and 9. more
Imagine being a high school senior right before the COVID-19 outbreak. After years of homework, quizzes, essays and tests, it’s almost time to walk onto the stage, shake the principal’s hand and grab that diploma to pursue the next chapter of life. more
“It was an emotional day for me,” said one of my staff members at St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. “I was not ready for hearing the fear in their voices.” more
Dr. Scott Covington wasn’t sure what to expect when he rode his bicycle on a quiet street last Monday afternoon in the Sawgrass Country Club community. more
As you know, we are off and running in our online/remote learning. The work that has been done to transition to this environment in one week is well beyond my expectations. more
Coastal Wine Market & Tasting Room in Nocatee is donating a portion of its proceeds from the sale of gift cards to The American Red Cross to help out during the COVID-19 crisis. more
The 9 a.m. briefing last week for St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Public Service Assistants was interrupted several times by cars passing a few yards away on Mickler Road and the … more
Grocery and liquor stores are changing hours and adding protective shields to better serve their customers – and protect their employees – during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
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