Google+

Using Your Head When Buying a Car

Buying a car is without question one of the most challenging purchases you will ever have to make. A car, as you well know, isn’t cheap and therefore isn’t something you ever want to have buyers remorse about. A bad car can be a car that will haunt you for as long as it takes […]

Summer Fun in St. Augustine

The nation’s oldest city is approaching her 450th birthday, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of new summertime adventures and fun awaiting visitors to St. Augustine, Florida. Located on the Sunshine State’s northeastern coast, the area features more than 40 miles of pristine Atlantic beaches – all of them nearly 1,000 miles from the […]

Keeping an ‘Eye’ on Seasonal Allergies

For most Americans, the start of spring is welcomed by thoughts of warmer weather, beautiful flowers and picnics in the park. But, for the 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies, the early signs of spring more closely resemble sneezing, coughing and itchy, watery eyes. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), eye allergies, also […]

Keeping Bermuda Grass Lush and Green

There are several characteristics of an unhealthy Bermuda grass lawn. Crunchy, dry patches that are painful to bare feet, weeds and a lawn that throws seed heads too quickly are all signs of an unhealthy lawn.  Most of these problems can be remedied by proper watering and aeration. Any healthy, green lawn requires the right […]

The St. Augustine Nautical Festival and Boat Show

New and used boats, vintage boats and all things nautical will be featured May 29-30 when the Marine Industries Association of Northeast Florida (MIANEF) presents the St. Augustine Nautical Festival and Boat Show. Sponsored by The St. Augustine Port, Waterways & Beach District and St. Augustine Marine, the festival follows in the wake of three […]

St. Johns County Convention Center Will Feature a Presentation by Peter Yesawich

On Tuesday, May 18, the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau will host a must-see event for everyone with an interest in tourism. The mid-day event at the St. Johns County Convention Center will feature a presentation by Peter Yesawich, one of the world’s leading authorities on tourism marketing. Yesawich […]

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 […]

Pres. to Speak in Egypt About U.S.-Muslim Relations

JUNE 2, 2009 – The president plans on travelling to Cairo, Egypt to make a speech to the Muslim world about U.S.-Muslim relations. For the record, I don’t think this is a terrible idea. In fact, I think it’s a healthy move for international and inter-religious dialogue as well as a savvy political strategy for […]

Prayer, Meditation, and Contemplation: Insight for the Contemporary College Student

Mysticism is a wide spectrum, involving many different facets and outlets for the experiencing of the Ultimate. The most common and prevalent in Western culture are the practices of prayer, meditation, and contemplation. By examining Kenneth Leech`s ideas on prayer as a window to our true nature, Kierkegaard`s idea that God is the criterion in […]