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Summer is quickly coming to a close, Labor Day is fast approaching, but that certainly doesn’t mean our social life slows down. I often get asked which varietals are the best to serve when entertaining in the summer heat, and surprisingly, there are a few reds that make the cut. more
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach presents the eclectic exhibition 1¢ Life from Sept. 27 to Nov. 9 in recognition of the 55th anniversary of the landmark publication, “1¢ Life.” more
Family Foundations, a local nonprofit organization that helps families and individuals achieve financial and emotional strength, organized its eighth annual Jacksonville Wi$e Money Week May 12-18. more
Summer in First Coast are rarely ever “just around the corner.” Summer barely even leaves the state, even when it’s clearly not its time. It backs off for a few days of “winter” break and then BAM, back to the smoldering heat and sweating humidity. Luckily, the First Coast Register knows exactly where to go near the water to catch a break from the sun. more
Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink — unless you live in Nocatee’s Twenty Mile neighborhood and you spot resident George Ray coming your way. more
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Celebrity Golf Classic tee’d off May 19-20 at TPC Sawgrass. The event, which is now in its 24th year, supports the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund and features dozens of sports and entertainment stars for a special round of golf. This year’s event managed to raise $540,000, which will be available to assist local families with the financial toll of battling a cancer diagnosis. more
Good food, good music and a good cause. That’s been the mission of “The Taste of St. Augustine” year after year, and the 23rd annual event, held April 28, did not stray away from that undertaking. more
The 56th annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival was held May 3 through 5 in downtown Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, just 45 minutes north of Jacksonville. The event is one of the premier festivals in the southeast, combining the love of shrimp and seafood with some of the best local arts and entertainment. more
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