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‘Complex,’ ‘challenging’ issue: perspectives on homelessness in St. Augustine

‘Complex,’ ‘challenging’ issue: perspectives on homelessness in St. Augustine

A man with a sign reading "Help the homeless," "Anything helps," and "God bless" panhandles on the corner of Hypolita and St. George Streets. Photo: Lauren Schroeder By Katie Garw ...

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‘Struck by lightning twice’: Upchurch returns to mayor’s seat 27 years later

‘Struck by lightning twice’: Upchurch returns to mayor’s seat 27 years later

Mayor Tracy Upchurch in his office at Flagler College. Photo: Katie Garwood By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu When Tracy Upchurch left his post as St. Au ...

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Tracy Upchurch sworn in as mayor for second time: photos from his first City Commission meeting

Tracy Upchurch sworn in as mayor for second time: photos from his first City Commission meeting

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Following a stroke, Nancy Shaver resigned from her position as mayor. With that, Tracy Upchurch, a Flagler College prof ...

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COM Week returns with a theme and several first-time events

COM Week returns with a theme and several first-time events

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo: David Welch Every March, Flagler College hosts its annual communications week, which involves speakers and paneli ...

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Uptown ice cream shop scooping for local customers

Uptown ice cream shop scooping for local customers

St. Augustine Scoop owner Brent Beckett works in his shop. Photo: Zoe Smolios By Zoe Smolios | gargoyle@flagler.edu When it came to opening his own business, S ...

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Getting arrested and changing the world with Jason Flores-Williams

Getting arrested and changing the world with Jason Flores-Williams

By Jack Coyle | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jason Flores-Williams thinks that the key to fixing the prison-industrial complex issue could be getting arrested.  “ ...

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Community discusses sea level rise strategies

Community discusses sea level rise strategies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOKFFf1CWtI By Lauren Schroeder and Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Jan. 31, the City of St. Augustine held a community resilience worksho ...

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Three students create platform for untold stories

Three students create platform for untold stories

By Kate Brennan | gargoyle@flagler.edu As they sit in their living room, surrounded by half-empty water bottles and a brown labrador retriever, Samba Diop, Jack Sladick ...

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Bachelor Bid returns, proceeds to benefit Smile Camp

Bachelor Bid returns, proceeds to benefit Smile Camp

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu Decorations elegantly dress up the dining hall, men excitedly strut down a stage, and audience members bid money on them for gift cards. The ...

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Dog and owner find internet fame by documenting their walks on Facebook

Dog and owner find internet fame by documenting their walks on Facebook

Guen Williams loves on her owner, Gary Williams, as they sit on their front porch. Williams adopted Guen in 2008 and has since been her walking buddy. Their walks have become an e ...

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The Riverkeeper: Saving St. Augustine’s Matanzas waterways

The Riverkeeper: Saving St. Augustine’s Matanzas waterways

North Florida's estuarine Matanzas River at dusk. Photo: Walter Coker By Jared Olson \ gargoyle@flagler.edu For conservationist Jen Lomberk, the Matanzas River is both a bles ...

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Recap: St. Augustine Film Festival

Recap: St. Augustine Film Festival

CEO of the St. Augustine Film Festival Gregory Von Hausch speaks to the audience at the festival. Photo: Erin Brady By Erin Brady | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Saint Augustine Film F ...

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‘Uncomfortable’ territory: three St. Augustine pastors address racism in the city

‘Uncomfortable’ territory: three St. Augustine pastors address racism in the city

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu For three St. Augustine pastors, issues of race in the city were too much to ignore. Since Juana Jordan arrived at First United Methodist C ...

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Gustavo Esteva and the long road to the Zapatistas

Gustavo Esteva and the long road to the Zapatistas

By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu This past summer, Gargoyle writer Jared Olson was awarded a reporting grant by the Pulitzer Center to pursue a solo journalism project in Chi ...

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Zapatistas maintain suspicion of Mexico’s President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, “AMLO”

Zapatistas maintain suspicion of Mexico’s President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, “AMLO”

By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu This past summer, Gargoyle writer Jared Olson was awarded a reporting grant by the Pulitzer Center to pursue a solo journalism project in Chi ...

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“A small, very small, ever so small rebellion”

“A small, very small, ever so small rebellion”

  By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu This past summer, Gargoyle writer Jared Olson was awarded a reporting grant by the Pulitzer Center to pursue a solo journalism project ...

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