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Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Travon Walker has always been thankful for the life he had growing up and the support he had from both his family and residents that make up the small town of Thomaston, Georgia. more
Travon Walker is from Thomaston, Georgia but also calls Jacksonville and Northeast Florida home since being drafted No. 1 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2022 NFL Draft. more
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Artist Jack Graves III is on a journey of discovery. more
From the first fragrant breeze of spring to the last glow of Indian summer, we'll seize any excuse to go off to the beach or woods, city or countryside to find something deliciously tempting once you find your favorite places. more
The tasty food, the wine and the merriment are back. more
There’s a reason why the noun “artist” is so often preceded by the adjective “starving.” more
Looking to plant a beautiful spring garden? more
I was immersed in the adventure of dining at Lotus long before I arrived. more
The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. more
Shan Fannin of Austin, Texas, was the latest artist in Richard C. Kessler’s “Next Originals” series to exhibit at the Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine. more
The newest art gallery in Ponte Vedra Beach did more than simply open its doors Saturday, April 13; it fairly burst onto the scene with an eye-popping exhibition of original works by acclaimed mixed media artist Al Razza. more
Summer is fast approaching and for many young people, that means signing up for camp. more
Hot and humid weather is right around the corner, so this is the best time to make sure your HVAC system is up to the challenge. more
The home at 1993 Largo Road stands the test of time, with grace and elegance. more
Everyone has a farmer inside of them, and Garden of Eatin’ located in St. Johns is there to help people discover that and has been doing so for the past 12 years. more
The latest exhibit to grace the halls of the Cummer Museum takes a look back at the styles of women’s fashion when playing sports. more
Women from across the area attended the annual leadership conference that Generation W and the University of North Florida teamed up to put on April 5. more
Kelly Punancy is the owner of Pouring Grace and Bubbles, which offers a mobile bar and pancake bar options that people can use at events or parties. more
This year marked the 50th anniversary of the Riverside Avondale Preservation Society’s Home Tour. more
A record of more than 27,000 people attended the showcase throughout the four days of the event during the world-renowned Concours d’Elegance’s 29th year. more
The Yards continues to be more than just golf, tennis or pickleball, but instead strives to be a social hub for the community, and they took that a step further with the introduction of its latest new event space called the “Greenhouse.” more
The highly anticipated grand opening of Flagler Crossing at St. Augustine Apartments took place on Thursday, April 18, marking a significant milestone in the journey toward more accessible housing in St. Johns County. more
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is a state-of-the-art, internationally recognized performing arts venue consistently ranked amongst the top amphitheaters worldwide. more
When retired Staff Sgt. Karlton Berry experienced a career-ending training accident that left him paralyzed, his life changed abruptly and drastically. more
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