A Little Bird in Big Trouble
Jul07

A Little Bird in Big Trouble

The Florida grasshopper sparrow is a home-grown Florida wonder. An extremely secretive bird that rarely flies very high, it never wanders far from its nest and it doesn’t migrate. It acts more like a rodent nesting on the ground and its odd trill call sounds less like a typical songbird and more like its namesake, the grasshopper.

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Remembering Jan
Jul07

Remembering Jan

Jan Sherman, Arbus Magazine editor, died May 10, 2020, leaving behind a legacy of productions and prose that illustrate her commitment to the creative sector, her exacting eye, confident poise, and straightforward wit.

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A River Runs Through It
Jul07

A River Runs Through It

Running through the heart of what is now Gainesville, Florida, Sweetwater Branch Creek was once a six-mile-long, spring-fed stream that made its way through Paynes Prairie to the Alachua Sink and into the Floridan aquifer.

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Purifying Spirit of Local Distilleries
Apr29

Purifying Spirit of Local Distilleries

Necessity is the mother of invention, states the proverb. In the midst of this unprecedented 2020 pandemic, it is more hand sanitizer that is needed and it is distilleries that are inventing new production methods. St. Augustine Distillery was one of the first nationwide distilleries to have stepped up to the innovative challenge.

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Creative Activism
Apr29

Creative Activism

Chris Flagg’s award-winning watercolors shape a vision for our city

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The History of  Riverside Avondale
Apr29

The History of Riverside Avondale

From Dell’s Bluff to A Great American Neighborhood

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