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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Composting

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Composting

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Graphics by Heather Seidel   What is it?  Compost is decayed organic material that is used as fertilizer. To create it, people recyc ...

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First Timers Guide to Disney World Series: Magic Kingdom

First Timers Guide to Disney World Series: Magic Kingdom

“There’s a great big beautiful tomorrow, shining at the end of every day. There’s a great big beautiful tomorrow, just a dream away.” A song heard frequently at the wondrous park ...

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Local Rockabilly Band, “Go Get Gone” Rocks the Ancient City

Local Rockabilly Band, “Go Get Gone” Rocks the Ancient City

Jet-black hair, red lipstick, and music that makes you want to jive – local cover band, “Go Get Gone” is shaking, rattling, and rolling the ancient city with their 50’s style tune ...

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Santa Suit 5k Raises Money for Local Non-Profit

Santa Suit 5k Raises Money for Local Non-Profit

By Lea Hervey | gargoyle@flagler.edu On December 13, 2014 St. Augustine Youth Services will host an annual holiday race with a twist: all participants will be dressed in holiday a ...

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Open Mic at The Corazon Strives to Make It More Than a Theatre

Open Mic at The Corazon Strives to Make It More Than a Theatre

By Taylor Bush | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Corazon Theatre at 36 Granada Street in St.Augustine Florida had it's first open mic night on Nov. 17. The open mic had an attendance of ...

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Found Footage Festival Brings Unconventional Laughs to Jacksonville

Found Footage Festival Brings Unconventional Laughs to Jacksonville

Founded in 2004, the Found Footage Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary and showcases Pickett and Prueher’s “latest and greatest VHS finds” from yard sales, thrift stores and ...

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The “Prose and Cans” of an Open Mic at Flavors

The “Prose and Cans” of an Open Mic at Flavors

Audrey Bernhardt, a Flagler College alumni who works at Flavors, created the event and named it “Prose and Cans,” a nod to the dollar-off drink specials the restaurant has during ...

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The Downtown Blues: Find the Cure this November

The Downtown Blues: Find the Cure this November

A deadly epidemic is sweeping across the ancient streets of sleepy St. Augustine. Stealing the morale of the city's youth, symptoms of the disease include: grogginess, lethargy, f ...

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Knife Party Joins Taylor Swift and One Direction at Top of Charts

Knife Party Joins Taylor Swift and One Direction at Top of Charts

Fun filled pop icons Taylor Swift and One Direction were joined on the charts by a sonic assault from the likes of Australia’s electronic duo, Knife Party. ...

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St. Augustine Artist Heather Aguilera and the Human Canvas

St. Augustine Artist Heather Aguilera and the Human Canvas

For many years St. Augustine has been thriving with artists of all ages, each with their own unique style and form, but this community has never seen anything quite like Heather A ...

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Flagler Theatre Salutes Women of World War II

Flagler Theatre Salutes Women of World War II

Flagler College Theatre Department will breathe life back into the women of the World War II era and pay homage to their bravery and sacrifices through “Decision Height,” by Mered ...

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Theatre and Film to Merge for “Macbeth”

Theatre and Film to Merge for “Macbeth”

For the first time upon a Flagler College stage, theatre and film will merge together in a unique conceptual twist of the Shakespearean play Macbeth. ...

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Film Review: “Annabelle” fails to live up to hype without James Wan

Film Review: “Annabelle” fails to live up to hype without James Wan

“Annabelle” is perhaps the most anticipated horror film of this Halloween season. Starring an extremely unsettling doll, some relatively unknown actors and a full-fledged demon, i ...

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“The Addams Family” Visits St. Augustine

“The Addams Family” Visits St. Augustine

By Lea Hervey | gargoyle@flagler.edu Start snapping your fingers, the Limelight Theatre is introducing “The Addams Family,” a musical that took center stage on Sept. 19 and will r ...

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Love Your Mother Fashion show promotes sustainability, charity

Love Your Mother Fashion show promotes sustainability, charity

Wine corks, soda tabs and landscaping fabric—who knew commonly trashed items could be turned into the latest fashion statement? ...

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Film Review: “As Above, So Below”

Film Review: “As Above, So Below”

"As Above, So Below" provides an incredibly tense atmosphere with some genuine scares, but doesn’t follow much logic towards the end. ...

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