Don’t Blame it on the Turkey

  Don’t Blame it on the Turkey By Amy Lignor   Ah…Turkey Day. When Thanksgiving comes along, family and friends get together and enjoy a good, good meal. Or, that is exactly what the process should be. But there were three things on this particular Turkey Day that ruffled a few feathers. For those families […]

Thanksgiving at Plymouth, Massachusetts

  Thanksgiving at Plymouth, Massachusetts By Burt Carey There’s no better way to take in all that the Thanksgiving holiday offers than to spend the weekend before turkey day where the Pilgrims landed. Plymouth, Massachusetts dutifully refers to itself as America’s Hometown, and it celebrates Thanksgiving each year with a bevy of events to regale […]

Stay out of my damn wallet Sunday is coming!

Stay out of my damn wallet Sunday is coming! There’s Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small biz Saturday, & Cyber Monday… What’s Sunday? How about we call it … Stay out of my damn wallet Sunday!! Get Will’s daily cartoons at

St. Johns County and City of St. Augustine Offer Post-Thanksgiving

Offer Post-Thanksgiving Cooking Oil Recycling Sites St. Johns County, FL. – Collecting used cooking oil helps the environment and the economy. To encourage residents to go green this season, St. Johns County is again joining with the City of St. Augustine to collect used cooking oil and grease after the Thanksgiving holiday. Following the great success […]

Looking Ahead to the Gluten-Free Worry-Free Holidays

  by Carmen Schwartz It’s only the end of October. The trickers-and-treaters haven’t even rung the doorbell yet, and already the stores are filled with Thanksgiving and Christmas displays that are making people smile.   That’s what the holidays should be for – smiling. No matter what the religion or family tradition, the holidays are […]

Both Indoors & Out The Green Register Celebrates the Beauty of Thanksgiving!

  Both Indoors & Out The Green Register Celebrates the Beauty of Thanksgiving!   The ‘colors’ of Thanksgiving are absolutely stunning! The fall colors outside, with the leaves changing and the air crisp and clean, is perfection. While inside…the scents and colors boggle the mind as the golden turkey, the colorful stuffing, the sparkling greens, […]

It’s November! Turkey Day Approaches!

  It’s November! Turkey Day Approaches!   There are many states that have ‘weighed in’ on the fact that the turkey harvest has improved by leaps and bounds. Even the increase in fall firearms sales has added confirmation that the elusive, (and delicious, by the way), turkey is ripe for the picking.   It was […]

This Weekend in St Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches

Friday: April 13, 2012 Martina McBride Performs at St. Augustine Amphitheatre Enjoy a concert performed by four-time winner of Country Music Association’s “Female Vocalist of the Year” Martina McBride.  McBride’s performance will take place at 8 p.m. Tickets are $29.50, 449.59, $59.50 and $79.50. St. Augustine Amphitheatre is located at 1340 C A1A in St. […]

Florida’s Historic Coast This Weekend

Friday: November 18 CANNON UNVEILING AT THE LIGHTHOUSE See history come to life when marine archaeologists from the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum unveil a cannon recovered earlier this summer from a shipwreck found off the St. Augustine coast. This rare cannon was covered in concretion from the shipwreck site that has already produced five […]


  – The 18th annual edition of St. Augustine’s famed Nights of Lights will sparkle to life at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 19 when the flick of a switch will illuminate the oldest city’s historic district with the gentle glow of more than three million tiny, white lights. Selected in 2009 by AAA as one of the 12 […]