Sixteen in July

“Sixteen in July, sixteen in July with summer on my left, and no one to my right.” Go look up the song immediately; the words don’t do the melody the justice. I got off my night job about the time the sun was coming up and the tune just lingered, no words yet, went to […]

19 Years of Music and Song Still Going Strong in the Plaza

THE 19th SEASON OF ST. AUGUSTINE’S CONCERTS IN THE PLAZA Reminiscent of days gone by when friends and families would gather in the early evening to listen to music in the town square, Concerts in the Plaza brings a wide variety of musical entertainment to St. Augustine’s historic downtown all summer long. Bluegrass and blues, […]

Local Entrepreneur Jeff Tabor Partners with St. Augustine Pedicab

St. Augustine, FLORIDA – SA GPS Adventure Tours, Inc. in partnership with St. Augustine Pedi-cab, LLC today announced the launch of a new GPS adventure tour titled, “Shivers and Awe Ghost Ride.” This tour utilizes GPS technology, originally scored background music, professional sound effects, and voice narration of the highest cinematic quality to take visitors […]

Officials Look to the Plaza as Arena for Free Expression

City officials are trying to find new ground in the debate about use of the Plaza de la Constitucion in the city’s center as a place for free expression. On Monday, city commissioners stated that they want a new policy for the Plaza that would allow free expression but keep the cheap sunglasses and flea […]

Blazed and Confused Tour Moving to The St. Augustine Amphitheatre

SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 2009 TICKETS ON SALE NOW WHO: SLIGHTLY STOOPID, STEPHEN MARLEY, & MICKEY AVALON featuring BEARDO WHAT: The Blazed and Confused concert scheduled for August 2 at St John’s County Fairgrounds has been moved to St. Augustine Amphitheatre. Slightly Stoopid, Reggae’s favorite son Stephen Marley, and Mickey Avalon featuring Beardo will team up […]

Caddyshack’s Cindy Morgan Scores a Hole in One with Judyth Piazza on the AP

Judyth Piazza chats with Cindy Morgan, Actress in Horrorween (click here to listen to audio) Best known as “Lacey Underall” in CADDYSHACK, and “Yori” in TRON, Cindy Morgan was born Cynthia Ann Cichorski on September 29 in Chicago, Ill, not far from Wrigley field. The daughter of a Polish factory worker and German mother, Cindy […]

New Online Graphic Novel Tells the World of Iranian Protests

A new online graphic novel comic book has been circulating the web telling the story of the Iranian election protests.  Persepolis 2.0 gives a day-by-day account of the events between June 12-21.  With resounding statements like – “Today we will fight for our rights,” “Tehran is burning,” and “Where is my vote?” – the content […]

Hickory Dickory Dock…I think I heard a Ghost at 12 O’clock

“In times long ago it is said, that we walk side by side with the dead” — Edgar Allen Poe St. Augustine Florida is America’s oldest and most haunted city. Its unique and often-turbulent history has spawned more than four hundred years’ worth of shadowy figures and orbs. According to local legend, there are numerous […]

“15 Minutes of Fame Festival of Shorts” in Palm Bay

The “15 Minutes of Fame Festival of Shorts” in Palm Bay on July 18 & 19 will have a special visitor. Janice Kennedy, whose screenplay for “Man. Woman. Blackbird.” won the “Best Screenplay” award, is coming from Los Angeles for the event. The honor from “15 Minutes of Fame” is among several writing awards Kennedy […]

An ‘Asteroids’ Movie? About What?

Universal outbid three other studios for the rights to make a film version of Atari’s 1979 arcade classic Asteroids – a video game with no plot and no characters aside from a little space ship that blows up space rocks. This film script is to be written by Matthew Lopez (Race to Witch Mountain) and […]