Arts & Entertainment

What is there to do this Halloween?

By Brittany Sanko

Panama Hattie’s on Anastasia Island will host its annual Halloween Party on Oct. 31. It starts at 9:30 p.m. and goes until closing time with admittance for those 18 and up. There will be two DJs on the top and bottom floors, and the band “Skif Dank” will begin performing around 11 p.m. There will also be a costume contest that will give out up to $1,000 in prizes.

Tapas craze hits St. Augustine

Photo by Charlotte Cudd Sangria’s is a tapas restaruant located at Hypolita St. and St. George St. Tapas are essentially appetizers. By Alison McCauslin If Spanish isn’t your first — or even second — language, you probably wouldn’t know what they are. These edible mysteries…

Check in to the Hot*l Baltimore!

Photo by Andrea Huls
Flagler College Department of Theatre Arts presents “Hot*l Baltimore”

Theatre Review

By Carmen Richter

When I walked into the Auditorium on the opening night of Hot*l Baltimore, the first word that came to mind was detail.

Before the show started, I took in the dynamics of the set, from the huge working clock telling the audience the time in the show to the “marble” stairs to the caution tape across one of the doors. Music from the ’60s and ’70s was playing to complete the nostalgic effect.

Mix Tape

Photo by Robin Muller
Jack’s Mannequin frontman Andrew McMahon

An interview with Jack’s Mannequin frontman Andrew McMahon

By Nick Massie

On Oct. 4, the alternative rock band Jack’s Mannequin performed live at Plush nightclub in Jacksonville.

Jack’s Mannequin frontman Andrew McMahon has had a bumpy road since taking a hiatus from Something Corporate, another piano-rock band that he fronts. McMahon was diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia right around the time of the release of Everything in Transit in August 2005.

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Musician gets by with help from friends

Photo by Charlotte Cudd Anastasia Spiecker plays weekly at Harry’s, shown here, and also at Scarlett O’Hara’s. Spiecker is planning on playing at a festival in Georgia on Oct. 14 with two of her friends. By Hannah Locke Originally from Rochester, N.Y., junior Anastasia Spiecker…

A Schizophrenic season for fashion

By Cari Holland Do you really have nothing to wear, or can you just not decide on anything? Fear not, fashion-minded Flagler student! This season in fashion allows for outfits that are oppositely attractive, leaving plenty of room to decipher by preference. This fall we…

‘Point’ in right direction

By Megan Dassuncao If this semester you have been searching all over St. Augustine for some good, inexpensive sushi, Fusion Point is where you need to be going. Fusion Point, located on San Marco Ave., provides an elegant and relaxing atmosphere. When you walk through…

‘CelebReality’ vs. Reality TV

Reality television crosses the line from entertainment to ridiculous

By Lisa Dalrymple
Illustration by Ashely Sadeghy

PHOTO CAPTION: CelebReality vs. Reality TV

“Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County,” “My Fair Brady,” “Project Runway” and “Flavor of Love?”
The reality of reality television is that it constitutes a major portion of television programming today. There are more than 200 reality television shows spanning several channels, including the major networks. The topics on which reality television shows can be based on are virtually endless.

Who’s Blowin’ Up?

As cell phones become more and more popular, ring tone sales skyrocket into multi-billion dollar industry

By Kelsey May

Type in the words “Cell phone ring tones” on Google’s Web site and you’ll get 24.5 million results (in .14 seconds).