Black Raven Pirates: Captain Oly

By Katie Garwood and Lauren Schroeder | The Black Raven Pirate Ship sticks out from the St. Augustine Municipal Marina unlike any other vessel at its docks. The ship is a St. Augustine staple, just as much as those who work on board. They…

The lost boys of Jax and their mothers: Maurice Hobbs

By Katherine Lewin | Maurice Hobbs, an aspiring rapper, was walking down the road with a friend one day in Jan. 2017. He was a junior in high school and a musician on the rise in his hometown of Jacksonville, Florida. A dark-colored car…

Refugee Stories: Dreaming of More

Juan Calderon and his family were forced to flee their country of Colombia to escape violence and death. Now in South Florida, they are using the power of business to rebuild their lives.  

Sweetness in the oldest city

Dana Blanton of Sweet City Cupcakes quit her corporate job of 18 years at Publix and started her own small business, taking it from only 12 flavors of cupcakes to more than 60. They are thriving in St. Augustine, Fla., despite many obstacles when opening.

Sister act: The nun who makes stained glass

By Katie Garwood | Since she was a child, Sister Diane Couture has been an artist. But it wasn’t until later on in her life that she discovered stained glass, and subsequently chose that as her specialty. As a sister of the Sisters of…