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The Florida Chamber Music Project will present a concert featuring all-female composers on March 20 — a first for the group. more
The St. Johns Cultural Council is planning its 2nd Annual Haiku Contest in preparation for National Poetry Month, which is in April. more
The Cathedral Arts Project has received a $3.75 million gift from the Foley Family Charitable Foundation — the largest gift in the organization’s 29-year history. more
Don M. Fox has spent 48 years in the restaurant industry, most recently as chief executive officer of Firehouse Subs. But the restaurant executive wears other hats, including author and military historian. more
Butterfield Garage Gallery’s featured artist for March is Jim Rivers, a “wizard of wood,” and the gallery is exhibiting his handcrafted furniture and sculptures. more
Love was in the air at the Feb. 12 Visual Arts Show at Cypress Village. more
This year for National Poetry Month (April), Ancient City Poets have partnered with the English Department of Flagler College and the St. Johns Cultural Council to present a day-long celebration of creative writing and reciting on Saturday, April 9, the day after the Henry Rollins spoken word tour stop at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. more
The Apex Theatre Studio Inc. has announced its inaugural production of the North Florida chapter of The Penguin Project. more
From a time of miniskirts, moon landings, war, civil rights, Woodstock, the British invasion, Motown, Camelot and more … St. Augustine Community Chorus will present its next pops concert, “Retro 60s.” more
When M.J. Hinson sees a blank wall, she sees an opportunity. more
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