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Everywhere you turn in St. Augustine, you’re bound to find beautiful works from award-winning artists like Teri Tompkins. We had the chance to speak to Teri Tompkins about her artistic style; inspiration and love of representational art, and how organizations like the St. Augustine Art Association are helping to shape our community.
We got the chance to speak with Lenny Foster, St. Augustine’s latest exceptional talent, about getting started, finding inspiration in a new city and Gallery One Forty Four, where you can see see Lenny Foster’s photography series Where We Stand – Powerful, poignant and inspired by St. Augustine’s deep roots in Black history.
St. Augustine’s history is evident in the various architectural styles throughout the city. The gardens referenced here range from small home gardens planted by early residents to landscapes designed by architects. Visit these delightful gardens for a glimpse into the past of America’s Oldest City.
Before the silver screen took the world by storm, St. Augustine locals and visitors found entertainment in the performing arts. Read on to learn more about opera and theatre culture in the Nation's Oldest City!
When visiting St. Augustine, it's hard to miss the former Ponce de Leon Hotel. This Gilded Age engineering marvel played a crucial role in the local art and culture community of the Nation's Oldest City.
Local playwright and director, Deborah Dickey, takes us on a journey through a pivotable point in the life of famed Florida author, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, in her original play “Cross Roads: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Norton S. Baskin in Unguarded Moments.”
Chef Nils Rowland creates custom desserts, cakes, and chocolates in Crème de la Cocoa – a pastry shop he owns with his wife — where the emphasis is on teamwork.
At Catch 27 in the heart of historic St. Augustine, fresh-catch seafood takes center stage. We spoke with head chef Josh Smith for a rapid-fire interview about his culinary inspirations and the area’s fast-growing farm-to-table focus.
Michael’s Restaurant is one of the wonderful farm-to-table restaurants in St. Augustine, serving up Spanish flavors for more than 12 years. We spoke with Chef Michael Lugo to hear about his passions and inspiration for this award-winning restaurant.
St. Augustine's singer-songwriter community is flourishing with talent. Meet Lis Williamson, a local artist leading the way.