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You shouldn't be surprised to learn that four amazing women are behind one of the city's favorite annual festivals.
Hosted by 904 Happy Hour, the inagural festival will be a day of good food, good wine, and even better company.
Both stunning and captivating, the other worldly indigo of these unique art pieces is something you don't want to miss.
This mesmerizing performance of the Pulitzer Prize winning play with open the local theatre's 2020 year.
With an intent to challenge tradition and push boundaries, these artists broke the mold for this daring exhibition.
A celebration of all things film, the tenth year of this beloved local festival is sure to be better than ever.
At this popular annual event, local artists can submit their work for a chance to showcase it for the public and to win prizes!
This star-studded local talk show returns on January 7 at the Corazon Cinema and Cafe.
Floyd Phillips could live anywhere in the world and he chose St. Augustine. Why? Because “the most beautiful people live here.”
Slipping quickly into darkness and relocating to Costa Rica, Steve Anderson’s successful and prolific art career focused on St. Augustine’s architectural heritage comes to an end.
As in years past, these locals will be the ones to flip the switch on Saturday, November 23.
Get in some unique holiday shopping during this worldwide day of museum support and celebration.
Come admire and shop works by local and national artists alike as the St. Augustine Art Association kicks off the holiday season with this festive event.
A charity event for Rethreaded, a nonprofit helping human trafficking survivors, will be held on November 6 at the Tringali Barn.
From ballerinas to kicklines, acrobats to actors, dazzling costumes and eye-catching props – this is one holiday production that you don't want to miss.