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Jennifer, a Stage-4 cancer patient, was sitting with her cat on a leash in the courtyard of St. Augustine’s Lightner Museum and City Hall. Then she got sick. When St. Augustine police arrived … more
All across the country, Confederate statues are being removed from public spaces. City councils, churches, civic organizations and individuals are working together to end the honoring of those that … more
Not long ago on Twitter, some regional politicians and media types ended up discussing an all-too-familiar topic: the inability of local newspapers to cover politics with the detail and depth that … more
The last two governors of Florida were Charlie Crist and Rick Scott. Both were extremely divisive, controversial figures–and that is putting it mildly. The 12 years they spent in office from … more
My friend Rosie was recently diagnosed with cancer. When asked what else she has, I answered: “She has a joyful spirit, a friendly disposition, and an appetite for adventure.” I may not … more
There are food people and then there are food people. Erin Thursby, executive director of GastroJax, falls under the latter category. As a writer and editor, Thursby has covered the local food scene … more
The other evening I was scrolling through a few old pics. As you might’ve guessed, these were pictures of food, specifically of dishes I had created and served from my restaurant at the … more
The Catholic season of Lent is a period of introspection that symbolizes the 40 days Jesus Christ wandered the wilderness before his persecution and crucifixion on Good Friday. For some, it is also a … more
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