Symphony Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive
Nov24

Symphony Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive

With the return of the Jacksonville Symphony in September also came the return of being able to experience live music with each other. As we come into the holiday season, the desire for togetherness increases as the temperature (hopefully) decreases. The good news is that there’s nothing quite like music to bring people and communities together.

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Seafood on the San Sebastian
Oct15

Seafood on the San Sebastian

There’s a new fish camp in St. Augustine When it comes to finding freshly prepared seafood in Northeast Florida, locals will tell you to go to a fish camp. Historically, fish camps were the places that men would set up camp alongside the water, fish all day, then enjoy their catch in the evening with a few drinks and tall tales. The design of fish camps today pays delicious tribute to this remarkable heritage, especially at the...

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Architectural Design & Build Projects 2020
Apr29

Architectural Design & Build Projects 2020

Arbus Magazine’s 24th Annual Architectural Design & Build issue. Since architecture and design are both an art and a business, it feels like a seamless fit. Arbus takes great pride in serving as the platform for so many of the region’s best architects, designers, and builders to promote their work. Read to discover this year’s most exciting changes to our built environment. 

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How Design Will Shape a Post Pandemic Future
Apr29

How Design Will Shape a Post Pandemic Future

Since the worldwide outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed systemic changes to our behavior and how we interact with one other. These new norms present challenges in how we approach the design of spaces. All the places we take for granted today, such as restaurants, shops, malls, offices, churches, hotels, and bars may look differently in the future. 

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The Conversation: Richard Borders
Apr29

The Conversation: Richard Borders

Richard Borders Gemini Light Show Conversation with Jim Alabiso • Photograph by laird For over fifty years, Richard Borders has been the creative force of the Gemini Light Show. He created the first concert touring light shows for The Who, Pink Floyd, The Doors, and Jimi Hendrix, to name a few. He invented the first live video projection and laser systems for entertainment, including lasers that could draw pictures on clouds. Five...

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Chasing Color:  Ellen Diamond
Dec03

Chasing Color: Ellen Diamond

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach is currently showing a fifty-year retrospective of work by venerable local artist Ellen Diamond.

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