Archives for January 2014

Is the Polar Vortex Really the Problem of a Sold-Out Super Bowl?

  by Amy Lignor Okay, no matter who it is you’re voting for – whether it be the Manning juggernaut that has broken records all season long and proved to be a highly respectful team; or you go the way of the ‘underdog’ and stand behind the ‘birds’ who, although could have been recognized and […]

Social Media: A Happy Marriage Begins With a Loyal Courtship

    Social media effectiveness is much like building a happy marriage. The beginning is all about establishing care, dependability, loyalty, friendship and more, in order for the courtship to turn into an engagement to turn into a lifelong commitment.   Everyone talks about the ins-and-outs of a great PR campaign, and there are hundreds […]

St. Johns County 2014 Super Summer Spectacular Camp

  Lottery Registration Open March 3-14   St. Johns County, FL. – Lottery registration for St. Johns County’s 2014 Super Summer Spectacular Camp Program will be available online, by telephone, and in person March 3-14.  The lottery drawing will take place March 28, with results being mailed by April 5. St. Johns County residents interested in registering for the summer […]

Calling All Ducks with Eli Haydel

A Master’s Guide To Talking Quack Smack. While chasing web-foots though the marshes and wetlands of southwest Louisiana for the last 50 years, Eli Haydel of Bossier City, the founder of the worldwide Haydel Game Calls, one of the nation’s leading duck callers and a member of Louisiana’s Sports Hall of Fame, knows how to […]

Alice in Walkerland!

  Alice Walker The “PBS American Masters” Interview with Kam Williams   Alice Walker has been defined as one of the key international writers of the 20th Century. She made history as the first African-American woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction as well as the National Book Award in 1983 for her novelThe Color Purple — one […]

Log Splitter Tonnage

If you are shopping for a new log splitter it takes a basic understanding of tonnage to make the best buying decision. Tonnage is the measurement of force exerted by a log splitter. That force is measured in tons. The splitter operates by the force of a sharp wedge pushed through a log to split […]

Coffee, Chocolates and Collections, MOAC, Daytona Beach February 5

  Date: February 5, 2014 Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Coffee, Chocolates and Collections: Napoleon – Coffee or Tea? Join Chief Curator, Cynthia Duval, to learn about the manners and mores of breakfast and dinner in the Napoleonic age. Free for members or with paid admission Museum of Arts and Sciences 352 S. Nova […]

OneMat™: One Chair Mat for Every Surface

Take a second and think about how many different kinds of surfaces you have in your office. Maybe your workstations sit atop carpeted floors and reception has oak or laminate flooring, while other areas are a hodgepodge laid down to meet usability requirements more than anything else. But all of those surfaces cost you money, […]

Will the Upcoming SI Cover Be an Ode to Orange

   by Amy Lignor or a Rainfall of Skittles? Although you want to believe the ‘Swimsuit’ issue is the best one Sports Illustrated puts on the shelves each year, the reality is that this is the magazine that is still at the top of their game after decades of awesome reporting.   Seeing as that […]

This Week in St Augustine January 27 – February 2 2014

  January 27, 2014 Monday – Sunday : January 27 – February 2 “We the People” at the IMAX Theater – The Documentary Film “We the People” opens at The IMAX Theater at World Golf Hall of Fame. This is a story of America’s founding documents and the people who wrote, shaped and tested them.  The magnificent buildings, monuments and memorials […]