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When Steven Bavaria first introduced his “Income Factory” about five years ago, he received some negative feedback for suggesting that “market price growth” need not be an essential part of a long-term investment strategy. more
A roundup of musical acts appearing soon at local venues. more
The 2022 Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Awards recognized “Vacations for the Young and Adventurous” by William E. Schepens, in the category of Young Adult Fiction, as a silver medal winner. more
Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville has announced its new exhibition, “What Lifts You Up,” in partnership with Art with a Heart in Healthcare. more
Topics include: writers' meeting, Thomas Kinkade artist, community concert and Gamble Rogers gala. more
A roundup of musical acts appearing soon at local venues. more
Youth and old age. Love and revenge. Grief and joy. Mystery and revelation. Kate Stollenwerck of Ponte Vedra, Florida, brings readers on an incredible journey in her first ever novel, “Hello, Goodbye.” more
For St. Augustine’s own Martha Ferguson, the ability to exhibit her artwork as part of a Lightner Museum showcase was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. more
This year marks the 19th Annual Amelia Island Jazz Festival, which will once again feature a weeklong celebration of the wonderful sounds that make Jazz what it is Oct. 3-9 in Fernandina Beach. more
Wendy Tatter has become a regular among the St. Augustine artist scene, and recently moved her gallery to a new location at 806 Anastasia Blvd. in St. Augustine. She specializes in a unique art form known as Batik. more
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