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The Historic Ship Nina Makes Port in St. Augustine

Judyth Piazza chats with Captain Kyle of Nina — Most Historically Accurate Columbus Replica Ship Ever Built The Nina is a replica of the ship on which Columbus sailed across the Atlantic on his three voyages of discovery to the new world beginning in 1492. Columbus sailed the tiny ship over 25,000 miles. That ship [...]

Let’s Go Flying with Judyth Piazza, Florida Aviation Training Center

Judyth Piazza Goes Flying with Bjorn Ottesen, Let’s Go Flying (Listen to interview) www.Let`sGoFlying.com is sponsored by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), a not-for-profit individual membership association, which effectively serves the interests and needs of its members as aircraft owners and pilots, and establishes, maintains, and articulates positions of leadership to promote the [...]

Duchess of Datil Reigns Supreme Over St. Augustine

Judyth Piazza chats with Sherry Stoppelbein, Culinary Expert and Duchess of Datil (Click here to listen Sherry Stoppelbein`s award-winning Datil B Good spicy datil sauces are fragrant, piquant and perfect for every palate from mild to scalding hot! Her recipes are adopted from the authentic legacy of St. Augustine`s Minorcan families, dating to the late [...]

John Palumbo, the Investment Gambler Up Close and Personal

Judyth Piazza chats with John Palumbo Author, speaker and financial expert, John Palumbo will take you “Where Wall Street Can’t” As one of the nation’s leading authorities on unique investing strategies, John adds a fresh facet to the old ideology of “thinking outside of the box”. While not a financial advisor, lawyer, or CPA, unlike [...]

Judyth Piazza Celebrating Black History Month with Highwaymen, Jimmy Stovall

Judyth Piazza chats with Highwaymen, Jimmy Stovall Celebrating Black History Month Jimmy Stovell is a full-time artist and gallery owner in Ft. Pierce, Florida. His painting reflect his interest in preserving Florida he remembers as a yound man. They are especially notable for his ability to control light and for the stunning clouds and additional [...]

Sow the Seeds of Hope with Judyth Piazza & The Harvest of Hope Fest

Judyth Piazza chats with Phil and Ed Kellerman, Harvest of Hope Fest (LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW!) The first annual Harvest of Hope Foundation Music and Art Festival at the St. Johns County Fair Grounds in St. Augustine, Florida. This three day, multiple stage alternative music festival all to benefit and raise awareness for Harvest of [...]

Harvest of Hope Presents Chris Wollard with “Reason in My Rhyme”

SOP’s Battle of the Bands featuring Chris Wollard with “Reason in My Rhyme” Chris Wollard never lets down with his musical endeavors and by hell if his first-ever solo album isn`t confusing the heavens out of me. Is this the same Chris Wollard of Hot Water Music, The Blacktop Cadence and Rumbleseat fame? No matter, [...]

Jacksonville Florida Band “Something Distant” with Vocalist/Songwriter Jeff Congo

Judyth Piazza chats with Jeff Congo from Something Distant Something Distant was formed by vocalist/songwriter Jeff Congo. His career got started in Boston fronting the band “Last Week`s Lies.” Guided by his drive for musical chemistry, he moved to Jacksonville, Florida. It wasn`t long before he met local singer/songwriter/producer Lu Rubino (Story Side B, Monkey [...]

Matthew Salazar Talented St. Augustine Artist

Judyth Piazza chats with Matt Salazar, St. Augustine, Florida Artist Matthew Salazar is a highly talented artist who works with three dimensional abstracts as well as pre-futuristic modern impressionism. His influences include William DeKooning, Joan Mitchell, and R. B. Kitaj. Salazar resides in St. Augustine, FL. You can view his art monthly at the St. [...]

Marques Toliver Making it Big in NY City

By Paula Neudorf The subway is New York City`s least talked about music venue. I can`t imagine a worse audience than a constantly fluctuating pack of stressed-out New Yorkers trying to get wherever it is we all go as quickly as possible. Yet every day on the train platforms and in the subway cars, musicians [...]

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