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Hundreds of cars of all different shapes and sizes and makes and models graced the grounds of the Golf Club at Amelia Island March 7-10 for the 24th annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. more
Imagine walking along the Southbank of downtown’s St. Johns River. The water is clean, and pedestrians walk, jog and skate by. Restaurants are buzzing for lunch, and the entrance of Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History beckons families and passersby with a seamless transition between the river, Friendship Fountain and the front door. more
Nocatee’s newest “wow amenity” for residents and their guests has arrived. more
Whether it be to help the working parent stay sane or to educate and entertain the curious child, there’s a summer camp or activity on the First Coast for almost every family. From fishing to golf and cooking to creating, these camps and activities from local businesses and organizations are sure to help your kids have a fun and productive summer. more
Tony Vecchio is the executive director of the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and a resident of San Marco. more
The Jacksonville Symphony hosted its annual gala March 2 at the Jacoby Symphony Hall at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts. more
Brazil is a colorful and vibrant country, filled with music, dancing, soccer, of course, and food — so much food. With America being the meat-loving melting pot that it is, constantly craving tacos from Mexico or hibachi from Japan, it’s odd that Brazilian cuisine never got its 15 minutes of fame, until recently. more
Arts both old and new were celebrated at the second annual Vintage for the Arts cocktail party on March 30. Hosted by the Vintage Arts boutique in Mandarin, the event aimed to raise funds for the Mandarin Arts Festival, now in its 51st year. more
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