All SABNJ Articles

What do you see in the Clouds?

by Steven Aldrich ~ First Coast Computer Services Many of my clients are unaware that they are storing files on the cloud. In fact, many don’t really know what the cloud is, or if they should care. Let’s start with what it is. The Cloud is a general term referring to...

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What Have You Lost?

By Rob Stanborough - PT, DPT, MHSc, MTC, CMTPT, FAAOMPT ~ First Coast Rehabilitation (904) 829-3411 I recently read an article titled, “The Forgotten Art of Squatting Is a Revelation for Bodies Ruined by Sitting”. The article described squatting as more than the...

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What to expect from a financial review

The COVID-19 pandemic may have unsettled many aspects of your life – including your financial situation. Even if your employment and earnings were not directly affected, you might have concerns about whether you’ve been making the right investment moves in such a...

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30th Anniversary season will go on!

Concerts in the Plaza, St. Augustine’s free summer-long music series, returns to the Plaza de la Constitución on Thursday, June 3, after the 2020 season was cancelled due to COVD-19. This year’s 30th Season is proudly hosted by the City of St. Augustine and the lineup...

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The Boulevard

By Max Royle ~ St. Augustine Beach City Manager It doesn’t have the renown of Paris’s Champs-Elysees, the breadth of Washington, D.C.’s Pennsylvania Avenue, and certainly isn’t lined by the flagships of fashion like New York’s 5th Avenue, yet humble A1A Beach...

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St. Augustine Beach City Hall Update

At its regular meeting on May 3, 2021, the City Commission did the following:1. Heard a report from the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization’s fiveyear transportation program for northeast Florida.2. Approved two proclamations: to declare May as...

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Full Moon Friday Luau! Pier Park & Splash Park

Join the City of St. Augustine Beach for an evening in paradise. Come with the spirit of “aloha” as we celebrate the kick-off to Summer in our first annual Full Moon Friday Luau! Travel with Prince Pele and his Polynesians on an imaginary trip throughout the South...

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St. Augustine Lion Club Resumed In-person Meetings May 10th

After several months of online meetings, the St. Augustine Lions Club returned May 10th for regular in-person meetings at the Village Inn due to Covid-19. Regular meeting are held the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. The program director Amy Moring...

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What’s the Point of Restore Points?

by Steven Aldrich ~ First Coast Computer Services Windows has for many years had a facility called Restore Points. These are a snapshot of your system, and typically created just before you make a change. Big changes like updating Windows will often create a Restore...

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Help Protect Your Family’s Inheritance

You might contribute to your IRA for decades to help pay for your retirement. But if you don’t need all the money, you may want to leave what’s left to your children or grandchildren. However, if you want to ensure they get the most from this inheritance, you’ll need...

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May Poetry News

by Chris Bodor Poetry is alive in the Nation's Oldest City. After 12 months of insolation on Zoom, the Ancient City Poets are migrating back to in-person poetry gatherings on Sunday, May 30th, in downtown St. Augustine. A sign-up sheet will be available on the day of...

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Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow

By Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. I actually have an opinion, as I often do in this column, concerning a hot item in today’s discourse to share with you, my dear readers, but before I do I first need to share an announcement of a personal nature.After 18 years...

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Food + Wine Festival

The St. Augustine Food & Wine Festival is a showcase of culinary, beverage and culture that highlights celebrity guest chefs, celebrity winemakers/proprietors, local chefs, artisans and local craft spirits/beers. The inaugural festival offers a wide variety of...

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Real Life vs Mortgage Guidelines

by Gaye Jones ~ AnnieMac Home Mortgage   I’ve said for years that “no one lives according to loan guidelines” and it is truer today than ever. We have seen so many new restrictions and COVID overlays from all the agencies (FHA, VA, Fannie & Freddie) that it is...

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City Quarterly 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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St. Augustine Camera Club Youth Photography Workshop

Budding photographers and serious photography students have a chance to learn the craft and have their work shown at an exhibit this summer. The Saint Augustine Camera Club (SACC) has paired up with Guy Harvey Resort in St. Augustine Beach to put together the Youth...

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Family StoryFest at Vilano Beach

The Tale Tellers of St. Augustine is bringing stories to life through music, activities, exhibits and fun for the whole family during their inaugural Family StoryFest from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, May 22 at Vilano Beach Airstream Row, located at 190 Vilano Rd., St....

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St. Augustine Beach City Hall Update

At its regular meeting on April 5, 2021, the St. Augustine Beach City Commission took the following actions:1. Appointed Interim Police Chief Dan Carswell as the City’s permanent Chief.2. Witnessed two awards: the Sons of the American Revolution 2021 Law...

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St. Augustine Beach Appoints Daniel Carswell Police Chief

by Melinda ConlonAt the City Commission Meeting on Monday, April 5, 2021, the Commission voted unanimously to appoint Interim Police Chief Daniel Carswell as the permanent Police Chief for the City.Carswell has served as the Interim Police Chief since November 9, 2020...

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Should I Buy a Mac?

The truth is that if you made the change from Windows 7 to Windows 10, you will find the change to a Mac less difficult than that was. One big advantage of switching a Mac is that you will no longer have the problems that Windows 10 forced updates creates.

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Prevention vs Correction

I recently had a patient tell me, “I wish I would have started this long ago.” He’s developed neck and shoulder pain from years of faulty posture. His forward head, neck and shoulder posture has caused years of compensatory movement, muscle imbalances and tissue strain.

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