First Coast soccer fans have reason to celebrate. Jacksonville now has a professional soccer team, and, according to midfielder Jaime Castrillón, “we are going to... | read more |
Retired circuit court judge Charles “Chuck” Arnold has restored a variety of vintage Corvettes, and has won prizes for his restoration efforts since 1977. But his... | read more |
John and Whitney Spinks have been together most of their lives. They met in middle school in Indiana, when they were 14, and John says he was still afraid of “girl... | read more |
In February, here on the First Coast flowers brighten our days.
This month, maybe pick a few blooms for someone you love...or maybe just a few for you!
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Four years ago, Dick and JoAnn Messer purchased racing legend Hurley Haywood’s home in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Dick is the former Executive Director of the Peterson... | read more |
Heart & Soul
On the second Saturday of every month, car enthusiasts gather from across the First Coast to showcase their hot rides at Cars and Coffee. The event begins at 8 am and is... | read more |
Northeast Florida has a rich history when it comes to car racing. So much so in fact, that it has inspired a fashion line. Working with local custom clothier company,... | read more |
Publisher Malcolm Hogan began a website for car enthusiasts in 2004 as a hobby project. Today, Automotive Addicts is a Northeast Florida-based company that provides car... | read more |
Driving south on A1A, crossing from Nassau County into Duval County, I soar over a beautiful vast expanse of sparkling sun-kissed waters framed by white beaches. It’s... | read more |
Three centuries ago, Parisian aristocrats paraded horse-drawn carriages through the city’s parks and promenades as a show of prestige on warm summer weekends and... | read more |
Fresh Local Flavor
Lobby bartender Hugh Thompson created this rosy red drink for Valentine’s Day – or any romantic occasion. He specializes in creating handcrafted cocktails, using... | read more |
On a recent sunny winter day in North Jacksonville, Heather Bacon stands inside her family’s hydroponic greenhouse next to a waist-high row of 480 bright green,... | read more |
While John F. Kennedy was campaigning for the presidency, he visited Hemming Plaza. After his speech, he stepped into the Seminole Club for coffee. We like to think that... | read more |
There is no doubt the culinary scene in Jacksonville is coming alive with all sorts of delectable new offerings and wonderful new experiences. The latest entry is The... | read more |
Late afternoon sun shines on a field of tall brown grass not far from the Florida-Georgia line. Scotty Schwartz, owner and executive chef of 29 South, stomps through the... | read more |