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Jacksonville Public Library Downtown Conference Center Perfect for two book worms in love, the Jacksonville Public Library Downtown is as elegant as it is iconic. At 300,000 square foot, the … more
In July 2018, Vernon’s Restaurant in Ponte Vedra, Florida, launched a unique weekly brunch series with a different menu and theme each Sunday. more
The United Way of St. Johns County invited volunteers, donors, partner agencies and community leaders to Art n’ Motion on July 18 to learn how the nonprofit is driving impact, bridging boundaries and accelerating advocacy. more
Driving north along Kings Avenue in Jacksonville, Florida, hungry locals and foodies take twists and turns among rundown buildings as they search for the best restaurant in Florida. more
Four bands took the stage July 20 at Colonial Oak Park on St. George Street in St. Augustine for the Sing Out Loud Session IPA release party. more
On July 27, little bakers tied on their little aprons and competed in the Women’s Food Alliance children’s cupcake baking competition at JAX Cooking Studio in Jacksonville, Florida. more
Karla Wagner is a Florida native who loves film especially when shown at small, intimate venues. The serendipitous closing of a downtown St. Augustine movie house opened the door for Wagner to own a venue that would satisfy movie buffs and serve the community. more
More than two dozen teens and parents recently gathered to gear up for the transition to college at Taking the Next Step: College-Prep Workshop, hosted by First Florida Credit Union. more
Residents and visitors alike enjoyed cocktails, light appetizers and the elegant surroundings of the historic Lightner Museum in St. Augustine on July 25. Several rooms of the museum were open for guests to mingle and enjoy the exhibits. more
“I want them to be able to see what I see.” That’s what artist Jami Childers hopes people get from her art. The California native, who relocated to St. Augustine when she was 19, has had a love of art for as long as she can remember. more
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