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The upcoming holiday season brings yet another reason--as if we needed one--to enjoy food and wine with friends and family. This is something my wife, Shaun, and I certainly relish and enjoy as we are always eager to make any gathering as perfect as it can be. more
Vietnamese food is growing in popularity throughout the First Coast, from ma-and-pop Pho restaurants to boba tea spots with bahn mi and other traditional foods. more
I yearn to return to the St. Francis Inn, a graceful and stately home built in 1791, that continues to embrace the holiday season as the oldest bed & breakfast in St. Augustine, Florida. more
After the hustle of the holidays--from finding the perfect tree and gifts, to cleaning, decorating, cooking and hosting—there will come a time to FINALLY enjoy the holidays and relax. And I can’t think of a better way to show appreciation to a holiday host than by booking them a much-needed spa appointment at The Spa at Omni Amelia Island Plantation. more
Champagne flowed and music filled the air at the end of the Vilano Pier on Nov. 2 as friends and neighbors gathered inside a glowing tent for the third annual Sea Turtle Soiree. more
I was born and raised in New Jersey and have had the good fortune to live in many diverse locales — Arizona, North Carolina and Georgia to name a few — in pursuit of my career goals. more
As the sun slipped below the horizon behind the Guana River on Sept. 28, Friends of the GTM Reserve and other supporters gathered for the ninth annual Oceanwise fundraiser to celebrate GTM’s 20 years designated as a National Estuarine Research Reserve. more
The spirit of Germany’s Oktoberfest came to Nocatee Oct. 26-27, as the master-planned community hosted NOCtoberfest – an outdoor festival featuring beer, bratwursts and a two-day lineup featuring a dozen bands. more
Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley learned one of the most important lessons of her life as a 5-year-old on the playground. more
Also known as wassailing, an old Norse term, there are few things more iconic to Christmas than rosy-cheeked churchgoers going door to door singing holiday hymns. more
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