Fine Points of Passing the Torch

by: Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min ~ Pastor Emeritus, St. James Church I mentioned in my column last month that I was retiring from my seven year stint as pastor of St. James Church in late January. Since then I have yet been involved with the church as I turn...

Photos – from cell phone to computer

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.

3 Estate Planning Tips

It is recommended to periodically review your estate plan to determine if there are new planning opportunities of which you can take advantage. Below are three tips as you move through 2019

Dreaming about a Vacation Home or Condo?

With the changes in the tax laws and rising standard deductions, many are finding that their primary home isn’t the great tax advantage that it used to be.

Why owning your home is important

by: Diane Vespucci Re/Max Realty Like part of the American dream, I got married, had a baby and my husband and I bought our first home. Five years later, not part of the dream -we also got divorced and that was my first lesson in equity. Half of that equity was mine....

Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle On Exhibit April 12 – June 16, 2019

A rare look at the works of pioneering artist Edgar Degas comes to St. Augustine’s Lightner Museum in Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist – Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle.

Civic Association establishes Annual Fund

by: Bill Jones St. Augustine Beach Civic Association For nearly two decades the St Augustine Beach Civic Association successfully operated a Farmers Arts and Crafts Market that funded donations and community programs. As most people know, St Johns County found a way...

St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival has raised more than $2 million for local charities

The annual St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival returns to the Ancient City this March. The Festival is a cornerstone of the Lions Club’s fundraising efforts for the year. Founded in 1981, and with more than 20,000 people expected to attend in 2019, the Seafood Festival is the largest, oldest, and most family-oriented festival in the Ancient City.

Local volunteers go bald to support childhood cancer research

The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of children’s cancer research grants, will host one of its signature head-shaving events at Meehan’s Irish Pub on 3/31/2019 where more than 20 will shave their heads to raise money for lifesaving childhood cancer research.

So your friends think you are good enough to be in a Gallery?

If you’re friends think you are good enough to be in a Gallery, and you aren’t sure if you are ready, here are some tips, pros and cons, and suggestions on how think about it, and possibly to go about it.

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