Archives for June 2010

Toby Keith Heads to St. Augustine

Toby Keith, one of today’s most popular country music mega stars, will be performing on the “American Ride” Tour presented by Ford F-Series. Keith has numerous #1 country hit including “I Wanna Talk About Me”, “How do you like me now?”, “I Love This Bar”, “God Love Her”, “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue […]

Daughter’s Story Wins Grand Prize to America’s Oldest Romantic City

Jacksonville COUPLE WINS NATIONAL 2nd HONEYMOON CONTEST Sarah Joy Rushing submitted a story to the Inns of Elegance thinking that she would like to surprise her parents Mary and Robert Hicks by winning the Inns’ 2nd Honeymoon ROMANCE IS INN THE AIR’ Contest for them!. Much to her surprise, she did win one of (5) […]

Celebrity Trainer Turns Page-Turning Novel into a Screenplay

Judyth Piazza chats with Perry Williams, Author of Pollen and the Ring of Harmony (Click here to listen) Just as the crisis of the Great Depression unlocked the imagination of writers who created the very first superheroes beginning with Superman, contemporary environmental concerns have brought forth Pollen, the first Eco-superhero for the 21st century. And […]

Fort Menendez at Old Florida Museum: St. Augustine’s Newest Attraction

Ready for some good news in a troubled economy? Fort Menendez at Old Florida Museum is kicking off its Summer 2010 Grand Opening with an Open House on Thursday July 1. The Open House will start at 5:00 pm and run until 8:00 pm. Admission is free for all who attend that evening, and refreshments […]

Greek Landing Day Celebration to The Rocky Horror Show

Friday and Saturday: June 25-26 242nd Annual GREEK LANDING DAY CELEBRATION Celebrate the 242ND anniversary of the arrival of the first colony of Greeks in North America. Hundreds of Greeks, Menorcans and Corsicans arrived in St. Augustine on June 26, 1768 and went on to establish the New Smyrna Colony. St. Photios Shrine serves as […]

Exchange Hosting Security

The transfer of and accessibility to information across discrete businesses is available through server exchange systems. These programs allow easy, reliable, and reputable service to be at the disposal of small, medium and large scale companies. By relying on this secure exchange of technical and private information that is necessary to your business’ unique operations, […]

Rock and Roll Icon GREGG ALLMAN Has Successful Liver Transplant at Mayo Clinic

Tour Plans on Hold Until Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Fully Recovers As part of his continued recovery from Hepatitis C, rock and roll icon GREGG ALLMAN recently underwent a successful liver transplant operation at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla. The singer, keyboardist, songwriter and guitarist had been on a waiting list for […]

Lady Antebellum to Perform at Saint Augustine Amphitheatre

The GRAMMY® Award winning trio’s double Platinum album Need You Now debuted at #1 on Billboard magazine’s Top 200 chart and has already spawned the multi-week #1 smash hits “Need You Now” and “American Honey.” Following on the heels of three consecutive #1 songs in just eight months for a total of eight weeks at […]

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 […]

8-year old Dylan Owens Wins Grand Prize

Imagine Dylan Owens, an 8-year old Jacksonville boy, combining the following recycled items to win the national creative design contest hosted by Woody’s Bar-B-Q®: Body: Beach Bottle Arms: Plastic Juice Jugs Hands: Toilet Paper Rolls Legs: Soda Cans Face: Plastic Fruit Bowl Ears: Cardboard from Crescent Roll containers Eyes: Water bottle caps Nose/Mouth Plastic TO-GO […]