Bodie Walker doesn’t believe he’s the Santa Claus of skateboarding, but skaters in St. Augustine beg to differ.
Every two minutes in the United States of America, someone is sexually assaulted.
After the the massive success of bands like Mumford and Sons, St. Augustine has become something of a Florida hub for a youthful, revitalized folk music scene.
An overgrown burial ground forty miles from civilization was not the most auspicious spot to meet a soon-to-be record-holder.
On Washington Street in St. Augustine, men and women sit outside the St. Francis House. They sit close to the things they carry, in fear that they can quickly be taken away.
Last October, Antonio Forte celebrated his birthday at Universal in Orlando. After getting off a roller coaster, he began throwing up blood.
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.
a photo essay by Sarah Williamson | firstname.lastname@example.org http://fcgargoyle.wpengine.com/slideshows/imdoneseafood/soundslider.swf?size=1&format=xml http://fcgargoyle.wpengine.com/slideshows/imdoneseafood/soundslider.swf?size=1&format=xml There is something almost prehistoric about the leathery skin of a shrimp fisherman, casting his net and cruising through St. Augustine’s waters. It’s an ancient act. People have been harvesting…
Enter the Haggis, a Toronto based indie/folk rock band, had a change of scenery from their Northern roots while passing through Florida this week on their American tour.
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.