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The hopes and risks of starting a small business: ECO Ride

The hopes and risks of starting a small business: ECO Ride

St. Augustine is the fertile ground which cultivates the growth of many unique small businesses. One particular local business, ECO Ride Taxi, is one. ...

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Behind the Spotlight with Chandler Caroccio

Behind the Spotlight with Chandler Caroccio

By Heather Seidel | Chandler Caroccio isn't your typical theatre major at Flagler College. Rather than acting and basking in the limelight, she utilizes her major in a different w ...

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The psychology of a street preacher

The psychology of a street preacher

I walked down the library steps to approach the now infamous Flagler College street preachers. My heart was filled with so many emotions. Intrigue. Curiosity. Disgust. ...

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HIV positive: Many still struggling with ‘forgotten’ virus

HIV positive: Many still struggling with ‘forgotten’ virus

Last October, Antonio Forte celebrated his birthday at Universal in Orlando. After getting off a roller coaster, he began throwing up blood. ...

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Student Debt leaves recent graduates reeling

Student Debt leaves recent graduates reeling

For Alexandra Evans graduating from Flagler College meant celebrating with friends and family and reflecting on the past four years — it also meant dealing with $39,000 in student ...

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A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

The Witmor family has been shrimping in St. Augustine for three generations. Wayne Witmor shares his story of life at sea and his concerns for the future of the industry. ...

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St. Augustine’s last performers: Capt’n Ralph and Maggie

St. Augustine’s last performers: Capt’n Ralph and Maggie

Ralph Hayes is a street musician who has been performing in St. Augustine for the last 14 years. ...

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Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

On October 14, people allied with indigenous rights gathered in St Augustine, Fla. from all across the state to contest the representation of cultural history that has taken place ...

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A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

After six years of hosting the highly anticipated "Winter Wonderland", the St. Augustine Amphitheatre is taking a break from the ice rink. Instead, there will be a series of free ...

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Growing organic culture

Growing organic culture

Are chemicals a part of your daily diet? ...

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Overcoming obstacles: Draper pursues pro dream

Overcoming obstacles: Draper pursues pro dream

Education is important. But sometimes when an offer so great is reeling at your fingertips, you have no choice but to drop the ball and put it on hold. Well, in Robyn Draper's cas ...

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St. Augustine’s PechaKucha: An event to spread creativity

St. Augustine’s PechaKucha: An event to spread creativity

By Matt Keene | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Tom Tibbitts On October 10, St Augustine will be saturated with a lightning storm of inspirational ideas and projects as residents ga ...

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Homeless, under 30 and invisible

Homeless, under 30 and invisible

Levi Drouillard appears young and unworn in comparison to the men he smokes cigarettes with under the makeshift patio towards the back of the St. Francis House. ...

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A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

a photo essay by Sarah Williamson | gargoyle@flagler.edu There is something almost prehistoric about the leathery skin of a shrimp fisherman, casting his net and cruising through ...

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St. Augustine Beach nightlife threatened

St. Augustine Beach nightlife threatened

What happened to the crowd, which made its way beachside every weekend night, eager to sit at Dunes Cracker House for 30 minutes of free drinks served by St. Augustine's favorite ...

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Syrian emigrant reflects on war ravaging homeland

Syrian emigrant reflects on war ravaging homeland

For Marian Asfoura, who emigrated from Syria to the U.S. in 2006, the country that she left behind is not the one she recognizes on nightly news reports. ...

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