Are chemicals a part of your daily diet?
By Emily Hoover | email@example.com
Photos by Emily Hoover
More than a year after Victor Holtz lost his Lincolnville home in a fire, he is releasing his first novel, called “And the Violent Taketh by Force.”
By Mary Elizabeth Fair | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by Mary Elizabeth Fair
You can’t go to New Orleans without stopping by the notorious CafÃ© du Monde Coffee Stand on the French Quarter.
Many cash-strapped Flagler students might not realize that there are several ways available to save money in St. Augustine. One way to save some green is through student discounts. Several local restaurants, stores and attractions offer discounts that are only available to Flagler College students.
Summer is fast-approaching and with it comes the unbearable Florida heat. So why not sit down and cool off with an icy treat from BrrBerry Frozen Yogurt?
By Joey Metz | email@example.com
You’d better watch out Fusion Point and Yamato, there’s a new sushi bar in town, and it looks like this one is rolling for keeps.
Spy Sushi and Saketini Lounge, located at 21 Hypolita Street (or the old Crab Grabbers, for you locals), has just recently opened its doors. So far, the local reviews are Sake-ing it to the previously best-rated sushi bars in St. Augustine.
By Desiree Hahn | firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Gourmet Hut for an exquisite outing and enjoy a pleasurable meal consisting of a variety of meal options including bagels, sandwiches and salads. Enjoy a scrumptious sandwich to order or try a Breakfast Burrito from the all day breakfast menu.
I recommend the Avocado Delight, at only $4.95, it’s a delicious meal including an avocado sandwich, a side of tortilla chips and choice from variety of hummus dips. Meals are reasonably priced, averaging about $5 to $6 per meal.
By Erin Miller | email@example.com
Steve Meehan, Flagler College junior and college ministry intern at Good News Church, goes to Panama Hattie’s every Thursday night to drive people home.
Meehan and Andy Hirko, College Director at Good News, began taking the church van to Hattie’s, a popular drinking spot for locals and college students. They go from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Thursday, commonly referred to as “Sink or Swim” night.
By Jaclyn Miklos | firstname.lastname@example.org
Grab your sunglasses and dancing shoes, the Sunday ritual for Flagler College students has officially returned.
On March 7, Reggae Sunday at the Conch House Marina and Resort was filled with attendees. The sun was shining, music was playing and people were dancing to the hip sounds of reggae music.
By Emily Hoover |email@example.com
The most convenient store in downtown St. Augustine just got a little more convenient.
Carmelo’s owner Joe Tringali has owned the corner Shell for 20 years. He is adding Carmelo’s Pizzeria to the bistro and gas station, ideally on March 21.