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Dollar Bill’s Corner: Catalina and Harry’s

February 16, 2009 – Harry’s restaurant was a home owned by Catalina’s father during the first Spanish Period in St. Augustine.  When she was ten-years-old they moved to the interior of Cuba.  She eventually married, but she always missed the view, the ships, and the harbor of beloved St. Augustine.  Her father dies and left […]

SFA Pleads for End of Contemporary Slavery

Click here to take action today! – http://www.unionvoice.org/campaign/Governor_Crist_stand_against_slavery Even as we continue putting the pieces together for a major campaign calling on food service providers to take responsibility for farmworker exploitation, the latest case of slavery in Florida’s fields – and Florida Governor Charlie Crist’s deafening silence in response – compels us to take action […]

Harvest of Hope in St. Augustine

“Creative Industries” Support Florida’s Economy

Florida Highlighted for Best Practices in Using Arts and Culture to Stimulate the Economy January 21, 2009 Secretary of State Kurt S. Browning is pleased to announce that Florida has been highlighted in a new report from the National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices called Using Arts and Culture to Stimulate State Economic Development. […]

Pres. Obama’s Weekly Address 1/31/09

Saturday, January 31st, 2009 at 4:45 am Moving Forward In the weekly address, President Barack Obama addressed the latest economic news and urged the passing of an America Recovery and Reinvestment Plan. He also announced that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is preparing a new strategy for reviving our financial system — which will not only […]

Making Magic in a Less Than Mystical Economy

“To work magic is to weave the unseen forces into form; to soar beyond sight; to explore the uncharted dream realm of the hidden reality”. — Harry Houdini. (1874-1926) A Magical Beginning From an early age, John A. Palumbo, 45 has been soaring with the eagles and shooting for the stars. Mr. Palumbo was born […]