Exhibit shines light on St. Augustine’s Keeper //by Ron Whittington It was 10 years after the Civil War when William Harn and his family took up residence at the St. Augustine Lighthouse, and visitors will soon be able to experience what life was like for the Harns when a new interactive exhibit opens at the […]
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You see them at the beach— hunched over, scavenging over swathes of tumbled shells. You wonder what they do with them all, suspecting a glue gun and grim, shell-encrusted ephemera ahead. Not so with the oyster shells collected by the Hillis family.
Entering the hangar owned by David Marco at Craig Airport is like walking into a slice of aviation history.
Heather: Although I knew Asheville was a mecca for artists, I was truly blown away with how much street art we saw. The first day we explored the downtown area I tried to capture all of it, but quickly realized I could spend the entire trip just taking pictures of street art. The pictures here […]
Summer road trips tend to ignite such a sense of adventure and wanderlust, don’t they? Think state hopping, vista seeing, piled into the car, windows rolled down, radio turned up, not sure where we are sleeping tonight kind of road trips. The kind of road trip where pulling over to take a photo only ten […]
It’s official: Universal Studios’ new Harry Potter-themed area, Diagon Alley, will open on July 8! On May 8 and 9, I was lucky enough to be invited to one of the first—if not the first—media events to check out the new additions to Universal Studios, including a preview of Diagon Alley. I know everyone wants […]
//photos by Travis Gibson You’ve probably heard about the new changes to EverBank Field: giant HD video boards, pools and cabanas—it was even discussed on the Colbert Report (we won’t talk about how some people are feeling about that). Jax Mag was invited to check out the new construction first hand last Tuesday in a […]
A recent trip to Tennessee brought one of the most fascinating pieces of public art that I’ve ever seen. The Mindfield, located in Brownsville, is the life work of Billy Tripp and is worth a detour from Memphis if you are in the area. Billy began the steel artwork in 1989 and has plans to […]
For many couples, the first therapist they seek is the interior designer.
Mon dieu! No French cuisine at Fort Caroline