Nearly three years in the making, The St. Augustine Distillery is ready to open its doors to the public on Friday.
With the start of another school year already underway, this year’s Writers in Residence events are up and running.
By Gena Anderson | email@example.com
There’s a rather unique building next to Kenan Hall. I bet you knew that, but unless you’re an art student or the best friend of an art student, you probably haven’t been inside it.
A third Harvest of Hope Festival is in the works for 2012, said Phil Kellerman, president of Gainesville-based Harvest of Hope Foundation.
Lack of time and resources prevent the foundation from holding a third festival this spring at the St. Johns County fairgrounds in Elkton.
By Phillip C. Sunkel IV | firstname.lastname@example.org
With a new a semester looming just over the horizon, possibilities for summer music festivals are almost running out.
Thankfully for students across Florida, there is one more festival to take a look at.
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Photo by Matthew Boyle
PHOTO CAPTION: Chairman of Flagler College’s board of trustees and chairman and president of Ring Power Corp. Randal Ringhaver (right) endorses U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio (left) during a speech at Ring Power’s St. Augustine plant yesterday.
Ring Power President and Chairman Randal Ringhaver endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio yesterday during a press conference at Ring Power’s St. Augustine factory near World Golf Village.
By Jaclyn Miklos | firstname.lastname@example.org
The glitz, the glam, the sparkles and the funk of Tarino Tarantino made a stunning scene at Rochelle’s Trunk show on Saturday, March 28.
Rochelle’s fashion boutique has been one of St. Augustine’s fashion hot spots since the 80s. The store held a trunk show to showcase the famous Tarino Tarantino’s new jewelry collection inspired by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
“We hold these trunk shows twice a year,” said owner Tom Rochelle. “I think they are a hot because everyone can wear Tarantino accessories. During Christmas time we do another trunk show, we try to hold them at least twice a year, usually featuring Tarantino’s new lines.”
By Erica England | email@example.com
To close out Women’s History Month, Flagler College Career Services, along with Assistant Professor Dr. Casey Welch, and Academic Affairs presented a two hour long screening and discussion on film clips that focused on the struggles women face as they fight for equal rights.
The Portrayals of Women in Film screening and discussion was even more prevalent due to the fact that March marked the 90th anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment, which gave women in the United States the right to vote.
By Erica Andrew | firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, the Student Government Association is holding “Dodge for Dogs and Kitties” which will help efforts to finding animals a good home. This event will not only raise money and awareness, but students will be having fun playing dodgeball and supporting a good cause.
“Our goal is to raise awareness to help give to a worthy cause, plus its fun, were working hard to brings students together,” said Stephanie Hyland, SGA first chair of community service.
By Desiree Hahn | email@example.com
The Student Juried Exhibition consisted of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and graphic design pieces.
On opening night, April 2, several attendees enjoyed viewing the variety of artwork by talented Flagler College students. The pieces were neatly and cohesively displayed around the gallery encouraging an interesting walk about the room.