by Phil Ammann Florida has been on the frontlines in the war between vacation rental platforms and traditional hotels. So far, major vacation rental platforms have scored most of the wins while hotel chains have seen […]
It is hard to imagine the focus on Marine Studios, now the Marineland Dolphin Adventure, when it opened to the public 81-years ago, on June 24th. Record-setting crowds estimated to be 25,000-30,000 guests attended the […]
Historic City News received the following summary of disciplinary orders issued against members of The Florida Bar between May 30 and June 20, 2019. The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined eight attorneys […]
St Augustine is again the focus of protest over its horse-drawn carriage business; this Saturday by an estimated 50 protesters with One Protest, a Jacksonville-based advocacy group, and Animal Rights Foundation of Florida, a statewide […]
Curious Creations & Designs is now open for business in St. Augustine If you enjoy handcrafted, one of a kind papier-mâché sculptures or paintings, or want custom designed clothing for your business or to evoke […]
Florida’s tourism-marketing arm is looking to make staff cuts and put more of an emphasis on digital media instead of television, as it responds to a 34 percent reduction in state funding.
As most Historic City News readers know, I thoroughly enjoy sharing my Gullah Geechee history. Our “Gullah Geechee Corridor and the East Coast Greenway” film, from Hankerson-Henry Productions, tells that story; connecting tourism, cultural heritage, […]
Historic City News editor Michael Gold knows all too well about various social media outlets censoring conservative views under the pretext of halting false “right-wing” opinions and “extremist” views.