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MARITIME MEALTIME Wednesday, March 4
“Call me Chef Ishmael!” The 34th annual St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival features a huge selection of seafood and landlubber eats, live music ranging from rock to bluegrass, arts and …
Calling All Pet Lovers Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Everything you need to love and care for animals of all kinds
Establishing yourself as a principal member of The Second City, the legendary
 improvisational comedy group that started in Chicago in the late 1950s, is not for the faint of heart. After all, it's helped produce such comedic stars as Joan …
A COLORFUL LIFE Wednesday, March 18
Susan Schuenke enjoys success with her blend of nature and surrealist narratives
SOUL SEARCHING Wednesday, March 25
TASTE THE COMFORT AND TRADITIONAL SOUTHERN CHARM OF LOCALLY-MADE SOUL FOOD
Daniel A. Brown, this esteemed publication’s A&E editor, and I are both recovering musicians, though I’ve kicked the habit a little more completely than he has. We both played in …
Political campaigns are by their very nature given to hyperbole and histrionics, making mountains out of molehills and parsing every uttered syllable in search of a possible attack vector. We all know that. And that's a 
not-insignificant reason …
The Northeast Florida-based artist uses mixed-media to crack the codes of artistic and power systems
The 2015 municipal elections are just a few days away now. You, Engaged Citizen, have seen the ads, gotten the surreal mail pieces from shadowy PACs and met the candidates, if you were inclined to do …
The John Carver Band soundcloud.com/the-john-carver-band Self-described as “Hobo-Core,” the boys from The John Carver Band are really something else entirely. TJCB (Dan McLintock on …