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Filmmaker Rodrigo Diaz’s “Havana Surf” (republished from Sept. 08)

“Havana Surf” is a documentary about the surfing culture in Cuba. Surfing’s material and political issues struggle as well as the exploration of its un-surfed swells.

“Zombie Strippers” tonight on Spike TV

In the not too distant future a secret government re-animation chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club.

Las Vegas Comedian/Magician “Mac King”

To be a magician or comedian (or both) you have to perform for people. I started out just doing tricks for my family and then friends.

Jim Sleeps on My Couch: The Then and Now of Homelessness in St. Augustine

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ST. AUGUSTINE – Jim sleeps on my couch, a product of my giving nature and admitted naiveté. I used to give a dollar to the homeless guy on the corner who consistently requests a specific amount of change – something like 24 cents rather than a quarter – outside the Lil’ Champ. Now my living […]

Filmmaker Scott W. Perry Up Close and Personal

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After working at MTV for four years and moving on to A&E, I had a passion for screenwriting and attempted to sell a few screenplays. After advice from script doctors and those within the industry, and with the rise of digital technology, I realized the best way to get these scripts noticed is to do the job yourself.

From the Dreamland of Parplar, to the Mountains of Virginia

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There have been few shows I’ve seen that have quite a way of taking me to the space between consciousness and dreamscape, but this performance was born in that space, thrived there and took a dual life in both worlds. Strange enough, after witnessing it, I find myself also in that space, unable to retreat […]

Actress Kimberly Amato with “Party Girl”

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Kimberly was born and raised in Hicksville, Long Island. She attended Hofstra University and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.

The City’s Oldest Structure in St. Augustine

Founded in 1565, Timucuan village of Soloy, now known as St. Augustine, is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States. Forty-two years before Englishmen colonized Jamestown; fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the Spanish established St. Augustine as this nation`s first enduring settlement, (http://www.st.augustinegovernment.com/visitors/nations-oldest-city.cfm). Written records, of […]

Event Happenings 3/13 – 4/24

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Friday, March 13th- – Food Not Bombs serves free food & great conversation…6:30(ish)pm…gazebo in the downtown plaza -  Trinity Cafe grand reopening…four bands playing…7:30pm…located in court yard on King & St George St…if you know any emerging young musicians looking for a place to play contact Rayor via email ray@yitrinity.com – “The Woman Rebel” presented by Classic Theatre, […]

Songwriter/Musician Charlie Crowe

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B&D remembered me when they needed to replace a guitar player. I auditioned with a few other pickers and ultimately got the gig. I toured with them for 12 years and am forever grateful for the run. As a musician, their deal let me play every arena, amphitheater, festival out there.