Multi-Million dollar sand renourishment project by Army Corps is underway in Cocoa Beach

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Mia2you Central Florida’s popular Space Coast beach destination will soon be getting a fresh coating of fine sand thanks to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  Several miles off the shore of Cape Canaveral, new sand deposits were dredged and pumped for the estimated $10.6 million project awarded to the

Florida will get long-awaited UFC return in front of a “full crowd” in Jacksonville

UFC Champion Belt – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Andre Luiz Moreira Ever since the pandemic shut down virtually everything across the world last March, nothing has really been able to get back to full-strength. Small businesses are still struggling to gain their footing, restaurants are not seeing the volume they used to, and some

Location Manager Spotlight Courtesy of Universal Studios Florida Production Group: Laura M. Blair

Courtesy: Universal Studios Florida location image 4, New York Delancey Street, courtesy of Laura M. Blair. ORLANDO, FLA. – (Feb. 9, 2021) – The following interview with Line Producer and Location Manager Laura M. Blair was conducted by the Universal Studios Florida Production Group (USFPG). Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Laura’s high school introduction

5 Best Rooftop Dining Places in Florida

Rooftop bar overlooking traffic on Brickell Avenue at dusk in Miami, Florida, United States on January 10, 2019. Photo and Caption: Frank Fell Media/ Shutterstock.com Buddha Sky Bar, Delray Beach Located at 217 East Atlantic Avenue is Buddha Sky Bar. This beautiful restaurant overlooks the Atlantic and features a full dinner service at all seats.

A Night at The Devil’s School in Florida

Photo: www.jacksonville.com If you’re looking for something to do in Florida during this pandemic, there may actually be something, if you dare.  Annie Lytle Elementary School, also known as The Devil’s School, is a place you don’t want to get stuck wandering around in at night. Located in Jacksonville, this old school has its fair

2020 Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair Cancelled Due to COVID-19

Photo: www.jacksonvillefair.com/ On Friday, September 18, the organizers of the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair announced it is being canceled due to COVID-19. In a statement released on the Fair’s official website, President and CEO Bill Olson said the following: The safety of the Jacksonville Fair’s visitors, participants and community is the highest priority in producing

5 Best Kid Attractions in Florida

Image by Dmitrii Bardadim from Pixabay  Daytona Lagoon, Daytona Daytona Lagoon is Daytona Beach’s best water park and the best place to get your fix of water slides, a wave pool and great family fun in general. It makes for an ideal water park due to its size and for the amount of fun activities

Florida Ranks 26 on List of Highest Makeup of Military Personnel Among the 50 States

Flag of the State of Florida on a military uniform. Photo and Caption: Bumble Dee/Shutterstock.com Florida may not be a place you think of when you hear of the military. But did you know that Florida has over 50 military bases, with more active military members that make up 317 out of every 100,000 people

Republican National Convention to Return to North Carolina after Trump Cancels in Jacksonville

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Image by David Mark from Pixabay  It was just six weeks ago that Trump decided against holding the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Charlotte after clashing with Democratic North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper over what the president then deemed to be overly strict demands related to coronavirus. Trump and the Republican

Florida to Draft Master Plan to Create Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Image by (Joenomias) Menno de Jong from Pixabay  A new state law aims to create more electric car charging stations throughout the state of Florida in order to keep up with the demand of electric vehicles (EV), according to an article from Jacksonville Community Television (www.news.wjct.org). The law is sponsored by Republican Senator Tom Lee