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Archives for June 2013

Not Since The Ripper Has a Serial Killer Been This Engrossing!

  Not Since The Ripper Has a Serial Killer Been This Engrossing! Author David Morrell Presents: Murder as a Fine Art   Murder may be a fine art, but this author has also proven that writing is the finest art of all – and he is the master of it.   No matter how suspense […]

Small Town Shows Big Cities What Social Media Day is All About

  Small Town Shows Big Cities What Social Media Day is All About by Carmen Schwartz The whole event was global – an international day that was put together just to learn more and go over how the world of social media helps one and all. However, the actual Social Media Day was not focused […]

Run Run Run

  Run Run Run Working 24/7, multitasking, exercising 7 days a week—it’s all a little too much!  No one can keep up this kind of schedule without serious consequences to their total well-being. There is a story my father-in-law tells of horses in Canada that were worked 7 days a week. No matter how much […]

For Boeing ‘Green’ May Not be a Dream

  For Boeing ‘Green’ May Not be a Dream by Steven Richardson The headlines are everywhere. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has been plagued by problems from the very beginning of its existence, and it seems that the problems are going to continue.   Although this airplane came about in order to provide new solutions for […]

Building New Duck Blinds

Building New Duck Blinds Yes, the first migrations of winter seem light years away, but there’s plenty to do to pass the time and ensure this duck season is your best ever. What exactly? Well for starters, heed the advice of Mossy Oak’s Neill Haas concerning the importance of building new duck blinds. “No matter […]

Good Shed Hunting Leads to the Trophy Buck

    Good Shed Hunting Leads to the Trophy Buck  by ZZ Troutski Even though deer season is behind us, the clock turns fast. Soon the weather will once again cool and the whitetail will be back on everyone’s mind.   There are many ‘to do’ lists out there right now for the hunter. They […]

Game Management with Sprayers

Game Management with Sprayers Mossy Oak BioLogic’s Austin Delano could talk all day about effective game management with sprayers, but for this particular piece, Delano wanted to give a general overview about spraying techniques both to control weeds and grasses in food plots and proper fertilizer application. “Perennial fields like clovers, chicory and alfalfa are […]

4th of July Safety Tips

    4th of July Safety Tips   St. Johns County Fire Rescue (SJCFR) officials encourage residents to use extreme caution when using or discharging fireworks of any kindduring 4th of July celebrations.  In the State of Florida as well as in St. Johns County, it is illegal to use any firework that either goes boom, or leaves the ground.   […]

Vilano Beach Walkover Latest in

  Vilano Beach Walkover Latest in St. Johns County Beach Facility and Access Improvements    St. Johns County, FL. – A new Vilano Beach walkover, crossing State Road A1A south of 23rd Street, is now open to provide safer and more convenient access to St. Johns County’s North Beach for residents and visitors alike. In addition to the new […]

Thrilling Moments Have Been Made in Hockey History

  Thrilling Moments Have Been Made in Hockey History But this New Battle Has Brought Even More   The Blackhawks may lead 3-2 coming into tonight’s game, but if there’s one thing that this Stanley Cup finals has proven, it’s that the Cup is still very much up for grabs. This series has felt like […]