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MOCA Jacksonville, a cultural institute of the University of North Florida, has partnered with Blue Star Museums and CSX to offer free admission to the families of active duty and former military and … more
Ideas for novels may pop easily into a beginning writer’s head, but how to turn that idea into a complete novel is often a problem. Award-winning author Richard Gartee discusses the process of how … more
The hills are alive this summer with plenty of entertainment as Apex Theatre Studio gears up for its 11th season of bringing top-notch theater to St. Johns County audiences. The summer opens … more
Concerts in the Plaza, St. Augustine’s free summer-long music series, has returned to the Plaza de la Constitución with many returning favorite bands and several new ones. The two-hour … more
First Coast Cultural Center artist members are invited to submit artwork and participate in the upcoming Artists’ Salon exhibit. more
The FSCJ Artist Series will present Next Stop Broadway, a weeklong musical theater program, June 10-14. more
A children’s book can be more than just an avenue for children to let their imagination run wild, but it can also have a message in the words that the entire family can take away. more
Pianist Hyunsoon Whang will join the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP) for the final concert of the 2023-24 season on June 2. more
The First Coast Cultural Center’s newest exhibit features the work of textile artist Jessica Pinsky, who is making a name for herself in a medium that deserves greater attention in the art world. more
Mary K. Shaw will be the Butterfield Garage featured artist in June. more
The next Sundays At Stetson’s concert, at 2 p.m. June 9, will feature Charlie Robertson, who is revered in the Florida folk community. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine has announced a partnership with the St. Augustine & Ponte Vedra & the Beaches Visitors Convention Bureau. more
For a grand season finale, the Jacksonville Symphony presents “Symphonie Fantastique” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 7, and Saturday, June 8, at the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts, Jacoby Symphony Hall. more
Alhambra Theatre & Dining’s latest show “Boeing, Boeing” is designed to garner the laughs of the audience and it does an excellent job of delivering on this promise. more
The Jacksonville Symphony has announced its 75th season. more
The Florida Writers Association has named “Ron’s World: All the Times I Died” its current Book of the Month selection. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) has announced the addition of renowned artist Deborah Lightfield to its collective. more
San Marco Books and More has announced that author Jodi Picoult will be coming to Jacksonville on Aug. 24. more
“At the Ballet II” will unite music and dance in a Jacksonville Symphony Coffee Series event this week. more
On Sunday, June 2, the Singers by the Sea will present their yearly spring concert, “Coming Home To Music.” more
The FSCJ Artist Series has released its 2024-2025 shows for the upcoming Broadway in Jacksonville season sponsored by VyStar Credit Union. more
The Friends of Ponte Vedra Concert Hall announced that they are establishing the first-ever music scholarship at the North Florida School of Special Education. more
In connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the relationship between St. Augustine and its sister city, Aviles, Spain, local artist Martha Ferguson has been selected to travel to Aviles in August and participate in activities with a Spanish artist in St. Augustine during September. more
Musical Theatre Ponte Vedra, now in its second year, will present “Mean Girls” in June. more
MOCA Jacksonville has announced two more free access days each month, sponsored by Florida Blue, one of the museum’s new Centennial Sponsors. more
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