Pres’s Weekly Address: New Foundation in Clean Energy & Healthcare Reform

WASHINGTON – This week, President Barack Obama praised individuals representing different perspectives for coming together to address the challenges of building a clean energy economy, reforming the healthcare system and laying a new foundation for the long-term strength of our economy.  Utility companies and corporate leaders are working with environmental advocates and labor leaders to […]

First Annual Terry Norvelle Cornhole Classic at THE OCEAN CLUB in Jacksonville Beach


Terry Norvelle, host of the The Terry Norvelle Show, Jacksonville’s # 1 sports radio talk show on 1010XL and 105.3 FM will host the First Annual Terry Norvelle Cornhole Classic at THE OCEAN CLUB in Jacksonville Beach on Saturday, May 23rd alongside the Memorial Day Surf Classic surf competition. Sponsorship opportunities are still availablke for […]

Don’t Miss The Jacksonville Craft and Import Beer Festival


The Jacksonville Craft and Import Beer Festival will be held Friday, June 19th at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Crown Royal Touchdown Club East.   The Jacksonville Craft and Import Beer Festival will be held Friday, June 19th at the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Crown Royal Touchdown Club East. An unparalleled selection of American craft beers and imported […]

Alan Jackson Wakes the Dead in St. Augustine


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH ST. AUGUSTINE AMPHITHEATRE TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, MAY 16TH, 10AM! WHO: COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR ALAN JACKSON WHAT:  Few rival Alan Jackson`s star power in the country music world. He`s been nominated for 50 Country Music Association awards, placing him second on the list, and tops ASCAP`s Number One List,  penning 21 #1 songs. One […]

Nights of Drama and Music at Amphitheatre!


WEEK-LONG FLORIDA’S FIRST COAST ARTS FESTIVAL COMING TO ST. AUGUSTINE               High-quality drama, music and art will be featured each night for a entire week when Florida’s First Coast Arts Festival comes to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre May 18-24.  Presented by the University of Florida’s College of Fine Arts, the Festival features nightly theatrical […]

Weekend Fun in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches

Friday:  May 1 BROWN BAG LUNCH LECTURE AT GTM RESEARCH RESERVE Pack your lunch and head up to the GTM Research Reserve for an informative lecture about Grazers, Drought, and Die-Off in Florida Marshes. Presented by the reserve’s Graduate Research Fellowship student, Schuyler van Montfrans, the lecture will focus on the role of the purple […]

Largest Condo Liquidation Store Taps Retail Traffic

NEW WAY TO SELL REAL ESTATE IN TODAY’S ECONOMY   Jacksonville, FL – CondoOutlet, the largest condominium liquidation center in the U.S., employs new strategies in pricing and location to sell real estate in today’s challenging economic climate.  The location at St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville is intended to tap into the 1.1 million […]

Junkanoo Festival Coming to St. Augustine

BAHAMIAN MUSIC, FOOD AND FUN IN NATION’S OLDEST CITY!   ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – The ancient streets of St. Augustine will be filled with the colorful excitement of the Bahamas when the Annual Junkanoo Festival gets underway on Saturday, May 16th .  Featuring young people and musicians from Abaco, Bahamas, festival highlights include an authentic […]

NPR: Perspectives on Marijuana Legalization

What If Marijuana Were Legal? Possible Outcomes by John Burnett Listen to the audio! All Things Considered, April 20, 2009 · There’s a surge of public interest in legalizing marijuana as a partial answer to a host of problems. Last week, Mexico’s congress debated legalizing cannabis as a way to undermine cartel income. And when […]

Suspect Shot Dead By Police

APRIL 18 – The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office became involved in a deputy engaged shooting early Saturday morning, which resulted in the death of a suspect according to a news alert received by Historic City News today. The subject, whose identity has not yet been confirmed at this time, is believed to be connected […]