Archives for April 2010

Reducing Home Mortgage Rates

The government has endured long standing criticism that it has not done enough to stop foreclosures from happening. The Obama administration could have done so many things to prevent so many foreclosures, and yet, so the consensus goes, it pitifully failed to do much. The administration seems to have taken heed of the feedback and […]

Protect Pets from Spring Bugs

People with seasonal allergies and pollen asthma problems have a difficult time in spring. While there is no argument that spring is one of the most beautiful seasons, the pollens floating around in the air, the flying bugs and the creepy crawlies can make a serious mess of your life. Your pet suffers too, in […]

Summer Sundays at the Beach

The Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant is a convenient location for a 1-night Sunday Runaway. This historic oceanfront hotel offers more than just a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. Planning a quick spontaneous ‘refresher’ runaway is easy to plan.   Beginning Sunday, May 2, the Casa invites guests for a 1-night ‘package’ runaway any […]

This Weekend in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches

Saturday: April 24 A TASTE OF ST. AUGUSTINE Savor the unique tastes of St. Augustine during this flavorful event that showcases more than 30 area restaurants’ signature dishes. All the fun takes place at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, which will be transformed into a culinary marketplace offering the participating restaurants “signature tastes” as well as […]

Bathrooms For Rent

This is a renters’ market. With the economy being as it is, renters are scarce, rental properties are legion. Renters can afford to be as picky, choosy, and moody as they want; if you are a landlord, you cannot begrudge them the edge they have finally achieved over you. These days, money is scarce, people […]

Second Annual Interfaith Earth Day Celebration This Saturday

COMMUNITY EARTH DAY CELEBRATION This Saturday, April 24th, Temple Bet Yam will be hosting the Second Annual Interfaith Earth Day Celebration. The celebration is aimed at increasing interreligious dialogue in the community and will also be highlighting the community garden project known as the Flagler College Hunger Initiative, whose goal is to raise awareness about […]

The SOP Radio Network Makes A Big Splash On The Internet

I received a transistor radio for my 9th birthday; I would fall asleep listening to THE Top 40 tunes of the day.   I still listen to music all the time, but today my stereo equipment is more technologically advanced, and I have a zillion options to choose from.   There`s terrestrial radio, satellite radio, […]

James Swanson Named Senior Business Development Officer of FirstAtlantic Bank

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – FirstAtlantic Bank Market Executive Lou Noir-Jones announced that James Swanson has been named senior business development officer of the St. Augustine market. Swanson, a St. Augustine banking veteran, brings vast experience in commercial banking to the $192 million institution. Prior to joining FirstAtlantic Bank, Swanson was a commercial lender for First […]

Spectacular Sunday in St. Augustine

FIRST COAST OPERA – OPERA NOIR Enjoy an evening at the Opera as First Coast Opera presents Opera Noir, a showcase of villains, scallywags and divas form popular operas. The program takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Avenue in […]

Creed Coming to St. Augustine Amphitheatre

WHEN: THURSDAY, MAY 20th, 2010, Show starts at 7:00 pm WHERE: ST. AUGUSTINE AMPHITHEATRE, 1340 C A1A SOUTH, ST. AUGUSTINE FL 32080 ON SALE: NOW PRICES: Tickets are $55.50, $46.50, $36.50 & $26.50 Ticket link For more concert & venue related information, please contact: Dan Larson – St. Johns Cultural Events Division 904.209.0366 […]