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Archives for July 2009

The World Famous Golden Dragon Acrobats Present “Cirque D’OR”

The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time honored tradition that began more than twenty seven centuries ago. Direct from Hebei, China, the company has traveled around the world to all 50 states and to over 65 countries on five continents. With performers trained in the rigorous art of acrobatics since early youth, […]

Ancient City Rocks 444th B-Day!

ST AUGUSTINE’S BIRTHDAY PLANS FINALIZED On September 3-5, St. Augustine, the Nation’s oldest city, will celebrate its 444th birthday with three full days of special events and activities. This year’s birthday events will focus attention on the Native Americans who lived here before, during and after the arrival of the Spanish settlers. As always, the […]

Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre: A new type of terror with Gunnar Hansen!

I play Captain Petur, who has a converted fishing trawler that takes people on low-budget whale watching trips.

Judyth Piazza chats with Dean Koontz and Mark Constant, The Market on Granada

Judyth Piazza and Dean Koontz Spend Time at The Market on Granada (Click Here to Listen) Mark and Kerrianne Constant bring classy and convenient shopping to downtown St. Augustine. Located on Granada Street, right next to Hot Shot Bakery and across from the Lightner Museum. The Market on Granada offers a wide selection of snacks […]

Opinion Blog: I’ve Got It Now – Obama Bringing Down Foundational Institutions

Ormond Beach, FL – Okay I’m slow.  I was gone for ten days on a mission trip to Encarnacion, Paraguay, and of course I was out of the news.  Before the trip I didn’t get it.  So starting on Tuesday, I got back into it and lo’, I now get it.  What is it?  It’s […]

Pres.’s Weekly Address: Health Care Reform for Small Businesses

WASHINGTON – In his weekly address, President Barack Obama cited a report released this morning by the Council of Economic Advisors in explaining how health insurance reform will strengthen small businesses in America.  With small businesses paying up to 18 percent more for health insurance than large businesses, too many small businesses are forced to […]

You’re Invited to a Party on the Pier for St. Augustine Beach’s 50th Anniversary

ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH PIER FREE TO THE PUBLIC WHO: ST JOHNS CULTURAL EVENTS PRESENTS PARTY ON THE PIER, A CELBRATION FOR ST AUGUSTINE BEACH’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY WHAT: The St. Johns Cultural Events Division Presents “St. Augustine Beach’s 50th Anniversary, Party on the Pier” Sunday August 9th at the St. Augustine Beach Pier. The event is […]

Pro Rodeo Event August 14 & 15 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds

The St. Johns County Fairgrounds will host a Pro Rodeo August 14 & 15. The action starts at 8:00pm and tickets prices are just $12 for ages 12 and older and $7 for students ages 6 to 11. Professional rodeo performers from across the Southeast will be performing in a variety of rodeo events, from […]

Marine Street: Possibly the Most Haunted Street in St. Augustine, Florida

“The creative element in the mind of man . . . emerges in as mysterious a fashion as those elementary particles which leap into momentary existence in great cyclotrons, only to vanish again like infinitesimal ghosts.” –Loren Eiseley St Augustine Florida is America’s oldest city and some say the most haunted as well. Furthermore, the […]

Markers Placed On City’s Storm Drains to Protect Water

The City of St. Augustine placed storm drain markers (see picture) on most of the city’s storm drains. The four-inch aluminum markers are to remind people that only rain should go down the drains with the warning “No Dumping/Drains to Waterways” etched on the front. The city is taking considerable steps to improve the quality […]