All SABNJ Articles

Save Your Eyesight

by Steven Aldrich If you are like me and sometimes sit down at the computer without your reading glasses, this might be a great help for you. Windows has several very nice magnifier tools that will help you if you are struggling with reading things on your computer....

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Frozen Shoulder

by Rob Stanborough ~ PT, DPT, MHSc, MTC, CMTPT, FAAOMPT ~ First Coast Rehabilitation Mayo Clinic defines frozen shoulder as, “a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. Signs and symptoms typically begin gradually, worsen over time and...

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Bitcoin: Investing or Speculating?

Many people have decided that bitcoin is the next big thing – and they are backing up their enthusiasm with dollars. Should you, too, consider putting money into bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies? First of all, keep in mind an essential piece of financial advice:...

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Temple Bet Yam Welcomes Rabbi Claudio Kogan

Temple Bet Yam is thrilled to welcome Rabbi Claudio Kogan to our Temple family. Rabbi Kogan, a native of Argentina, has a unique background. His experience is in both medicine and education. Not only is he a Doctor of Medicine, but he has an MS in bioethics, is a...

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St Augustine Beach Budget

by Max Royle ~ St. Augustine Beach City Manager In Florida, the fiscal year for cities and counties goes from October 1st to the following September 30th. Don’t ask me why the fiscal year and calendar years aren’t the same. Maybe the reason can be found courtesy of...

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Art Studio News

by Paul SlavaIn September we have our First Friday Opening on September 3rd and Featuring, Artist of the Month Marilyn Terry. Marilyn, an award-winning artist, enjoys photographing unusual and historic locations and later bringing them to life on canvas. Terry's work...

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WALK IN PEACE

A Visual Journey by Don Trousdell to Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 at the St. Augustine Art Association Peace. The message is universal. Don Trousdell’s vision is unique. The idea of peace has been around for a long time, even before the young people of the...

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Ancient City Poet Showcase

On Saturday September 11 at 7:00 p.m. the Ancient City Poets will offer a showcase of the our local St. Johns County poets as part of the Sing out Loud events scheduled in September. The event is FREE to attend. Several poets will be at the Art Studio in St. Augustine...

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No Thanks, I’m Just Browsing

by Steven Aldrich ~ First Coast Computer Services We have all experienced a pushy salesperson. Maybe at a department store or an auto sales floor. It’s not always easy to tell them to leave you be, but you can do it. You just have to be firm. This is not necessarily...

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Functional Exercise

By Rob Stanborough ~PT, DPT, MHSc, MTC, CMTPT, FAAOMPT ~ First Coast Rehabilitation One of the interventions we use at First Coast Rehabilitation is functional exercise. We use functional exercise because of the way the body learns, which is in patterns, patterns that...

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Don’t let investments go on vacation

Now that we’ve gained at least some space from the COVID-19 pandemic, summer travel is heating up. But while you might be eager to hit the road, you won’t want your investments to take a vacation – you need them to work hard for you consistently. But how can you make...

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August 2021 Update

By Max Royle ~ St. Augustine Beach City Manager The City’s budget year began on October 1, 2020 and will end on September 30, 2021. To stay informed about significant projects and purchases during the year, the City Commission asked the staff to prepare a report each...

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Art Studio News

In August we have our First Friday Opening on August 6th and Featuring, Artist of the Month Sharon Moon. After 35 years as a successful tax accountant, she recently returned to art and passion for painting, attracted by the ease of application and brilliant colors of...

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St. Augustine Travel Club

St. Augustine Travel Club Cruise The St. Augustine Travel Club will again be sailing the seas – well, not right now but planning - on Saturday, March 26 –April 2, 2022 on the beautiful Norwegian Escape out of Port Canaveral to the Eastern Caribbean ports of Puerto...

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St. Augustine Beach & City Hall Update

At its July 6, 2021, regular meeting, the City Commission took the following actions: 1, Appointed Mr. Eugene Mariutto to the position of Senior Alternate on the Code Enforcement Board. 2. Held a public hearing and approved on second reading an ordinance to provide an...

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Lighthouse 5k Run/Walk & Fun Run on September 18

Register for Lighthouse 5k Run/Walk & Fun Run on September 18, hosted by the Junior Service League of St. Augustine The Junior Service League of St. Augustine will host the Lighthouse 5k Run/Walk & Fun Run at 4 p.m. Saturday, September 18, 2021, beginning and...

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On Foot, River to Beach Run raises $7,200 for INK!

36-mile run completed with donations from local physician family and The Macquarie Group Foundation The St. Johns County Education Foundation which operates as INK! (Investing in Kids), has an ongoing mission to provide innovative programs and classroom resources to...

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Photo – From Cell Phone to Computer

by Steven Aldrich ~ First Coast Computer Services Lately I have been getting a lot of questions about the “best” way to get photos from a cell phone to a computer. There are two basic approaches; Direct Wired connection and Over the Air transfer. With the Direct Wired...

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What Have You Lost?

By Rob Stanborough ~ PT, DPT, MHSc, MTC, CMTPT, FAAOMPT ~ First Coast Rehabilitation I have written on Dry Needling (DN) before but continue to receive questions regarding this intervention. The purpose of this column is to answer as many of those questions in the...

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