According to a news release from the St. Johns County Office of Public Affairs, effective Wednesday, May 14, Cornell Road will be closed between Shore Drive and Dartmouth Road to allow the St. Johns County […]
Have an Art Attack this Saturday at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. St. Johns County art students will be displaying and performing their works starting at 3:00p.m.
According to a construction notice from Paul Williamson with the City of St. Augustine, Department of Public Affairs, received by Historic City Media today, the Public Works Department will be removing and replacing portions of […]
In an press release received this morning by Historic City Media from the Office of Public Affairs of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, we were informed of the current break-down of property […]
Casa Monica Hotel and the St. Johns Cultural Council proudly present the return of Aerial Angels in an afternoon of performing arts, culture and fine dining. Acrobatics! Trapeze! Bullwhip! Chicks in Leotards!!!
This photo is the “Scene of The Crime” according to a story that appeared on a local blog of downtown artists; where they say this narrative is typical of the treatment that street artists in […]
This is a true story. The victim is an 88 year old woman who is selling her home in Elkton. The Realtor is a 52 year old businessman. The witness is a 69 year old […]
St. Johns County Civic Roundtable Meeting Monday, May 12, 2008 St. Johns County Main Library San Carlos & U.S. 1, St. Augustine 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Monday, April 28, Gypsy Cab and the St. Johns Cultural Council have teamed up to present the first movie for their Cultural Film Series. A portion of the $25 per person ticket price will benefit […]
According to Smokin’ Daryl, it takes 6 – 15 hours to make authentic, fresh smoked BBQ. “That means you either get up real early to start your smokin’ or you serve yesterday’s meat”. At Smokin’ […]
Two co-workers of Wolfe Technologies on a construction site at the end of Osceola Elementary Road got into trouble yesterday evening when one of the workers attempted to use a crane to lower the other […]
Thanks to Dr. Sue Middleton, saving the city’s brick streets is on city hall’s front burner. In an interview with Kathy Schirmacher, Secretary/Treasurer of the Citizens for the Preservation of St. Augustine (CPSA), she informed […]