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The Amp will reopen with enhanced health and safety measures in place, including face mask requirement for entry.
La Vie en Blue: The Life & Art of Marguerite Castaing will be displayed for the first time at the St. Augustine Art Association.
Mark your calendars for these exciting activities to get you in the mood for fall!
The 25th Annual Gamblefest continues with live stream concerts in 2020 with St. Augustine musicians joining together to perform virtually from St. Johns County locations.
Thomas S. Hischak has released “The Mikado to Matilda: British Musicals on the New York Stage," an exploration of titles from across the pond and their success in the US.
“Guardians of the First Coast: Building Readiness for World War II" will honor the men and women who defended our shores during the war.
This Florida family offer funding and art supplies to a non-profit that serves the St. Augustine area and beyond.
As part of the CARES Act, the non-profit will be able to maintain its staffing over the next two years.
The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program led an expedition to the WWII wreck and will now display the sonar mapping images.
After a waterlogged camera introduced her to a new way to look at the world, this local artist is bringing that vision to canvas.
Bring on the summer fun while your kids explore St. Augustine’s connection to the sea!
Andrew Stack enlists his life experiences to write The Black Hand – a contemporary novel rooted deeply in history.
We've all missed spending a night at the movies. But with Epic Theatre's new solution, we can settle in for a drive-in experience.
From concerts to plays to poetry readings, Romanza is bringing the arts into your home through streaming on May 15-17.
Visitors are welcome once more into the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Here are the details and the new guidelines.