Some children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn best through hearing aids and speech therapy. Others rely on sign language. Everyone learns differently.
It’s a sunny afternoon during the recent 450th anniversary celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, no clouds in sight and a light breeze is coming off the Intracoastal Waterway. A women clears her throat and the interrogation begins. As she begins to ask questions that are beyond the ordinary realms of human comprehension, heart rates pick up, palms get sweaty and words start tumbling out of mouths.
By Heather Seidel | firstname.lastname@example.org Through both his religious beliefs and his roots in the LGBTQA community, senior Logan Taylor is used to dealing with the misconceptions that surround his identity. To combat the stigmas around him, Logan takes initiative to eliminate commonly held…
By Heather Seidel | email@example.com Kirk Damato, Flagler alum and former A&E Editor, shares words of wisdom during his visit to Flagler College for Communication Week 2015. Follow Kirk on Twitter: @kirksays Read his BuzzFeed articles: www.buzzfeed.com/kirkdamato
By Heather Seidel | firstname.lastname@example.org Local folk-inspired band, The Habit, is gaining traction in the St. Augustine community. With influences like John Mayer & Iron and Wine, their smooth vocals and relaxing acoustics will blow you away. Their newest album, “Chief,” is now available on…
By Matthew Goodman | email@example.com Known for its service as an inexpensive, eco-friendly taxi, Pedicab of St. Augustine has huge plans for expansion in 2015. Ashley Mentor, a Flagler College alum, started Pedicab in 2010 during her junior year of college. She has since bought…
By Heather Seidel | firstname.lastname@example.org Andres and Renee, owners of Crave Food Truck, are determined to start a movement. Their mission? To supply sustainable, healthy and colorful and food to the St. Augustine community.
Donning pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness, we powered through six mile repeats in late October. As a team, we ran a mile close to maximum effort, rested for four minutes, then went at it again, over and over.
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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 and handmade products to the community.