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 […]
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//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
Heather: What started as a 6 year old boy selling cucumbers has grown into a rite of passage for everyone making the trip down to the Florida Keys. Robert is Here, named after the signs Robert’s father put up when his son first started, is a fruit stand and farm. But not just any kind […]
If you haven’t been to Aardwolf Brewery in San Marco yet, let me just say, I’m ashamed. It’s such a beautiful place – so beautiful that, when I got married 6 months ago, I decided I really wanted to have my reception there. So I’m going to throw in some photos in from my wedding […]
Heather: The theme song is still one I hum to this day. I Dream of Jeannie was a sitcom that ran from 1965-1979, although my memories are from reruns on Nick at Nite. Recently I was reminded of the ties to Cocoa Beach, FL (it has admittedly been quite some time since I’ve watched it). […]
Dr. Keith Holland hopes the Maple Leaf Exhibit now on display at the Mandarin Museum and Cultural Society will lead to another excavation—though he admits it may not happen in his lifetime.
Debbie Katz wanted a contemporary house with clean lines that didn’t look too modern…