You’re Invited to a Party on the Pier for St. Augustine Beach’s 50th Anniversary

ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH PIER FREE TO THE PUBLIC WHO: ST JOHNS CULTURAL EVENTS PRESENTS PARTY ON THE PIER, A CELBRATION FOR ST AUGUSTINE BEACH’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY WHAT: The St. Johns Cultural Events Division Presents “St. Augustine Beach’s 50th Anniversary, Party on the Pier” Sunday August 9th at the St. Augustine Beach Pier. The event is […]

Pro Rodeo Event August 14 & 15 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds

The St. Johns County Fairgrounds will host a Pro Rodeo August 14 & 15. The action starts at 8:00pm and tickets prices are just $12 for ages 12 and older and $7 for students ages 6 to 11. Professional rodeo performers from across the Southeast will be performing in a variety of rodeo events, from […]

Markers Placed On City’s Storm Drains to Protect Water

The City of St. Augustine placed storm drain markers (see picture) on most of the city’s storm drains. The four-inch aluminum markers are to remind people that only rain should go down the drains with the warning “No Dumping/Drains to Waterways” etched on the front. The city is taking considerable steps to improve the quality […]

The Biggest Loser Fitness Contest Comes to Jacksonville

Local News Station Teams Up With Bailey’s Powerhouse Gym to Promote Healthy Living and Significantly Reduce Adult and Childhood Obesity in the Jacksonville Area Jacksonville, FL – Obesity has become a problem on the First Coast and brings along with it a multitude of health related issues such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension […]

Museum of Florida History Receives 2009 AASLH Award

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) proudly announces that the Museum of Florida History is the recipient of an Award of Merit from the AASLH Leadership in History Awards for the exhibit Seminole People of Florida: Survival and Success (November 15, 2007–June 1, 2008). The AASLH Leadership in History Awards, now in […]

Jackson Browne Friday, August 7th, 2009

Jackson Browne will perform with his band supporting his new album “Time the Conqueror”. Browne’s music has defined a genre of songwriting & performing that is charged with honesty, emotion and personal politics. This innovative style has produced many billboard hits such as “Running on Empty” and “For America”, numerous Grammy nominations and has lead […]

Pres.’s Weekly Address: …More Health Care Reform Talk

WASHINGTON – In his weekly address, President Barack Obama called on Congress to seize this opportunity – one that may not come again for decades – and finally pass health care reform. With families unable to keep up with skyrocketing costs, premiums rising three times faster than wages, businesses shedding jobs, and deficits piling up […]

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 […]

Pres.’s Weekly Address: Recovery Act – Progress or Prolongation?

WASHINGTON – In his weekly address, President Barack Obama touted the gains the Recovery Act has made in a little more than 100 days.  While the recession is still far from over, the Recovery Act has helped end the economic free fall, ease the rate of monthly job losses from 700,000 a month, extend unemployment […]