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The Lincolnville Jazz at the Excelsior series brings local and national jazz musicians to the historic Lincolnville neighborhood in St. Augustine. more
Players by the Sea’s first musical of the year opens Friday, Jan. 24. more
Albannach, a high energy Scottish band with a heavily percussive sound, has headlined at the St. Augustine Celtic Festival every year since 2012. more
Robert Leedy will share his watercolor and plein aire techniques at the January meeting of the Jacksonville Watercolor Society Jan. 28 at the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach. more
The Beaches Museum is a nonprofit dedicated to collecting and preserving the culture of the Beaches area. From Mayport to Palm Valley, the museum has been binding communities together through their shared histories since its founding in 1978. more
The St. Augustine Art Association marched into the New Year with a display of artwork unlike any of its other monthly exhibitions. more
EMMA Concert Association will present Glenn Miller Orchestra 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 25 at Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College. more
The Jacksonville Symphony recently announces nonprofit veteran Steven Libman as the new president/CEO. Libman comes to Jacksonville from the Atlanta Ballet, where he has served as the organization’s chief advancement officer since 2014. more
Growing up in the Alhambra Theatre, Jessica “Jessie” Booth began acting as a young child. Now she lives in New York City, making her living as an actress, singer and dancer. more
Players by the Sea Theatre will host a fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 18, to raise money for “Romeo & Juliet,” which takes the Main Stage in February. more
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