Saturday , 21 October 2017

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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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Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Each year the residents of St. Augustine celebrate their town's birthday, dating back to 1565, when Pedro Menedenez de Aviles landed in Florida. ...

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Growing organic culture

Growing organic culture

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

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Journalism and new media with Michael Doyle

Journalism and new media with Michael Doyle

Michael Doyle, Legal Affairs Writer for McClatchy Newspapers, spoke recently at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy. Doyle sat down for an interview about wr ...

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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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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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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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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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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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St. Augustine’s pirate magician

St. Augustine’s pirate magician

An interview with William (Mayhem) Macrae, St. Augustine's pirate magician. ...

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View from the afternoon: Biking through Manhattan

View from the afternoon: Biking through Manhattan

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu During the Flagler College Gargoyle trip to the New York City National College Media Convention, Joshua Santos rented a bike and strapped o ...

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Archaeologists unearth wells at planned academic building

Archaeologists unearth wells at planned academic building

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu During a recent dig, St Augustine City Archeologist, Carl Halbirt, found three old wells buried underneath the future site of Flagler Colle ...

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Marineland’s oldest dolphin celebrates 60 years

Marineland’s oldest dolphin celebrates 60 years

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu Marineland native, Nellie, has just celebrated her 60th birthday. ...

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