Saturday , 24 February 2018

Meet the face of the Corner Market

Meet the face of the Corner Market

By Garrett Lemery | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Victoria Gruber Nicole Smith has personal history with St. Augustine and particularly the Lincolnville neighborhood. The store s ...

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Take the risk

Take the risk

By Gracie Stackhouse | gargoyle@flagler.edu As graduating college seniors, we can all agree that there is one looming question constantly hanging over our heads. Most of us probab ...

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Pedicab Expands With More Bicycles, Weddings and Events

Pedicab Expands With More Bicycles, Weddings and Events

By Matthew Goodman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Known for its service as an inexpensive, eco-friendly taxi, Pedicab of St. Augustine has huge plans for expansion in 2015. Ashley Mentor, ...

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Students work towards remodeling former Excelsior High School

Students work towards remodeling former Excelsior High School

A building that once housed St. Augustine’s black high school is open to the public as the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center, but its parking lot is empty. ...

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Go Local: Go Crave

Go Local: Go Crave

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Andres and Renee, owners of Crave Food Truck, are determined to start a movement. Their mission? To supply sustainable, healthy and colorf ...

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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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Top ten ways you fail at being a morning person

Top ten ways you fail at being a morning person

Not a morning person? Neither are we. ...

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The Faces of Feminism

The Faces of Feminism

By Gracie Stackhouse | gargoyle@flagler.edu Alyssa Menard, 22 “I think feminism is a widely misunderstood issue. I think like any political debate there are those who are radical ...

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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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Go Local: Go Red Pineapple

Go Local: Go Red Pineapple

     Red Pineapple is a clothing store located in Downtown St. Augustine. Notorious for it's vintage twist, Red Pineapple is focused on bringing more affordable, local a ...

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The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

Bodie Walker doesn't believe he's the Santa Claus of skateboarding, but skaters in St. Augustine beg to differ. ...

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Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Many work out to benefit themselves--but what if you could work out to benefit others? ...

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We Are Flagler: Bridget Schaaff

We Are Flagler: Bridget Schaaff

Bridget Schaaff talks about her campaign to bring gender neutral bathrooms to Flagler. ...

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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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