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Borrowed from the past, steeped in tradition, but clearly from the present, the Florida vernacular is evolving, and Ponte Vedra is center stage. more
At Tom Trout Inc., performing home remodeling projects is especially rewarding when working with great clients with vision, taste and the ability to make timely decisions. more
Opa! The Greek word that encompasses any special event or celebration! more
The Jaguars weren’t supposed to win the AFC South and host a playoff game this season, which was good news for the folks at TIAA Bank Field at the end of October when their 2-6 record made them a candidate for a top five pick in April’s NFL Draft. more
For those of us watching mortgage interest rates, 2022 couldn’t end soon enough. more
First Coast Cultural Center and Florida Humanities will partner in an art exhibit and reception with Teresa Cook, a watercolor artist, as part of the Florida Talks program. more
Now through Sunday, Jan. 29, Gallery 725 is exhibiting the work of Advait Kolarkar, a renowned 9-year-old contemporary artist. more
Cassandra W. Ahrens died on January 15, 2023, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, at age 90 after her bout with cancer. more
Topics include: calendar contest, pickleball tournament, the Palm Valley Market and hurricane rebuilding advice. more
The new year has brought a new location for the Brain Balance Center, which made the move from Bartram Park to its current location at 155 Fountains Way, Suite 13 in St. Johns in late December. more
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