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Gypsy Drew and The Streets of St. Augustine

  Last Friday when I was having a coffee at “Hot Shot Bakery” in St. Augustine, waiting to head out to the town’s monthly Art Walk, I spoke with songwriter “Gypsy Drew” before he began entertaining the crowd at Anastasia Books.                                                                                                        Drew is a Songwriter and Musician originally from Travis City, Michigan. who has [...]

“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.

Filmmaker Scott W. Perry Up Close and Personal

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.

Actress Kimberly Amato with “Party Girl”

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

Songwriter/Musician Charlie Crowe

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.

Press Release: Penn & Teller celebrate 35 years together with a mini-tour!

Catch bad boys Penn and Teller live on the East Coast as they take their classic bits and combine those with amazing new material on a special-limited tour celebrating their 35 years as a team.

St. Aug Happenings: 3/2/09 – 4/24/09

Stuff to do Stuff to do Stuff to do Monday, March 2nd- house show downtown, 86 St. Francis Street, Apt 1… 8pm…featuring The Strangers, Lord Jeff, and Peppermint Junk Band Wednesday, March 4th (every Wed.)- open mic night at Rendevous (Spanish Street, downtown)…9pm Friday-Sunday, March 6th, 7th, 8th- - Harvest Of Hope Fest…St. Johns County Fairgrounds…a [...]

Leadership… Where?

January 31, 2009 What is a citizen supposed to do? The economy stinks. The war on terror continues – maybe? Politicians don’t have solutions. Journalists don’t have the answers and we all know how smart they are. Smart men have run companies into the ground and even under it. Seems smart women are under the [...]

A Call to Social Action For the Impoverished

In Gustavo Gutierrez’s book, On Job, he addresses the problem of the wealthy not caring for those who are poor. It is too often that those who are misfortunate are overlooked by those who have the wealth and capabilities to aid them. It is the moral obligation of people fortunate enough to live in comfortable [...]