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As the sun slipped below the horizon behind the Guana River on Sept. 28, Friends of the GTM Reserve and other supporters gathered for the ninth annual Oceanwise fundraiser to celebrate GTM’s 20 years designated as a National Estuarine Research Reserve. more
The spirit of Germany’s Oktoberfest came to Nocatee Oct. 26-27, as the master-planned community hosted NOCtoberfest – an outdoor festival featuring beer, bratwursts and a two-day lineup featuring a dozen bands. more
Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley learned one of the most important lessons of her life as a 5-year-old on the playground. more
Also known as wassailing, an old Norse term, there are few things more iconic to Christmas than rosy-cheeked churchgoers going door to door singing holiday hymns. more
It’s not visible from Ponte Vedra Beach, but the historic tower of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum celebrated its 145th anniversary Oct. 15. more
Holiday festivities started early at the St. Johns Town Center Holiday Spectacular, Nov. 9, where shoppers got in the Christmas spirit with family-friendly activities, live entertainment and the traditional hunt-down for a photo with Santa Claus. more
It was an evening for heroes Nov.8, when the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club hosted the 6th Annual Heroes Gala to benefit the Jacksonville nonprofit Operation New Uniform (ONU). more
The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted its fourth annual Achieving the Dream Scholarship Awards and Hispanic Heritage Gala in October at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. more
Like many kids growing up, I had fantasies of thwarting boobytraps while solving complex historical puzzles in forgotten, overgrown ruins. And, of course, making memorable friends along the way. more
Even though my husband was born and raised in St. Augustine, we still make it a point to “play tourist” at least once a month and take advantage of the food, entertainment and attractions visitors travel so far to enjoy. The Nation’s Oldest City is home to dozens of tours, but only a handful of them are free. more
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