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The Dewars do as they please to find success in St. Augustine

The Dewars do as they please to find success in St. Augustine

From stepping away from baseball in 8th grade, to being asked to leave St. Augustine's Sangrias in their 20s, twins Anthony and Zach Dewar have done whatever they please in their ...

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Senate Bill 52 targets distracted drivers

Senate Bill 52 targets distracted drivers

Starting October 1, Florida drivers can breathe a sigh of relief as Senate Bill 52 goes into effect. Approved earlier this year, the soon-to-be law will prohibit the operation of ...

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From a Painter’s Perspective: Alex McNutt

From a Painter’s Perspective: Alex McNutt

Alexander McNutt's home is filled to the brim with paintings, sculptures and art supplies. This fine arts major discusses where he draws his inspiration from, and where he sees hi ...

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Flagler’s St. Augustine Civil Rights Archive to be unveiled

Flagler’s St. Augustine Civil Rights Archive to be unveiled

On Wednesday, Sept. 18th in the Flagler College dining hall, students and faculty will unveil a multimedia Civil Rights archive that has been in the works for three semesters. ...

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GOTR: Outside of Francis Field, music fills the streets

GOTR: Outside of Francis Field, music fills the streets

While Mumford and others rocked the big stage at Francis Field this weekend, free shows covered St. Augustine like never before, with three downtown stages. ...

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The scoop on the Ice Plant

The scoop on the Ice Plant

After a year of waiting, the Ice Plant on Riberia Street in Lincolnville has finally opened its doors. ...

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Mumford mania hits St. Augustine

Mumford mania hits St. Augustine

St. Augustine is nearly ready for an expected crowd of 25,000 people for the Mumford & Sons "Gentlemen of the Road Tour." ...

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Double major: double benefits

Double major: double benefits

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu What makes a double major valuable? Hear the voices of both student and faculty at Flagler College. ...

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Dr. Dog plays at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Oct. 18

Dr. Dog plays at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Oct. 18

The Philadelphian natives are back with a new album, "B-Room", which drops Oct. 1st. The band collaborated more on this album than any other album that's been released so far. ...

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It’s Happening: Homeless One-Stop Center in St. Augustine

It’s Happening: Homeless One-Stop Center in St. Augustine

After months of planning, Home Again St. Johns has began fundraising and organizing the development of the one-stop center for the homeless on State Road 207. The facility will ev ...

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Flagler College Radio Weekly 200 and Adds

Flagler College Radio Weekly 200 and Adds

Each week we'll bring you new songs we're playing on WFCF, Flagler College Radio, along with our Top 30 playlist that we submit to the College Music Journal (CMJ). Reporting to CM ...

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How to coach a Summer Slam

How to coach a Summer Slam

Josh Rutgers has been fighting all his life, from his humble beginnings in kindergarten to his professional boxing retirement fight in 2009. Nowadays, the single father concentrat ...

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Accepting my loss, becoming my mother

Accepting my loss, becoming my mother

Helen Keller, the American author and activist who became deaf and blind at 18-months-old, said, "Blindness separates us from things, but deafness separates us from people." ...

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Turning Potatoes Into Gold: The Story of Hastings

Turning Potatoes Into Gold: The Story of Hastings

After the creation of the Ponce de Leon Hotel 125 years ago, Henry Flagler asked his cousin Thomas Horace Hastings to start a farm a few miles west of St Augustine to grow food fo ...

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Source of strength: Sexual assault advocate works to give power back to victims

Source of strength: Sexual assault advocate works to give power back to victims

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu The whir of her cell phone, set to vibrate, goes off beside Susan Peters' bed. She picks it up, already knowing the call is from the Be ...

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LGBTQ discrimination remains major issue in 2013

LGBTQ discrimination remains major issue in 2013

By Alexa Epitropoulos | gargoyle@flagler.edu The last thing Michael Shannon expected while attending a family wedding was to be discriminated against because of the person he love ...

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