Our guests of fabulous Show #7 were: comedian and story teller Derek Coghlan, sculptor Frosty Myers, singer Erika Quintero and musical guests Baba Caiman. This show was caterer by Salt Life Food Shack and the brew was supplied by Dog Rose Brewery, with thank them.
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Wow! is the only word to describe show #6 from season 3.
With guest like Jim Stafford from Eclipse Recording Studios, Michael Lugo from Michael’s Tasting Room, stand up comic Daisy Tackett and musical guests The Duffy Bishop Band. Thanks to Tijuana Flats Tex-Mex and Ancient City Brewery.
This last show brought to our set Carol Lopez-Bradshaw from the Menorcan Cultural Society, German-American surrealist painter Susanne Schuenke, and musical guest Gilt. We give our thanks to St Augie’s Pizzeria and to Ancient City Brewery for the wonderful gifts of food and brew..
Bakersville Bread Company is a family owned bakery with a European flair. Joe, Clare & Hannah Dold present an eclectic European bakery with touches of Jewish and Caribbean flavors at times. Do not let the word bread in their name fool you, there are plenty of exotic sweets, from Quesaditos from Puerto Rico to German Stollen Xmas cake and even good old German Pretzels. Their quality is top. Check them out and I guess you will be hooked.
Panache Salon has the whole month of April planned out in support of Earth Month 2019. First Coast.TV sat down with Kristy Weeks, founder and owner of the Panache Salon to give us more details on the things planned for Earth Month 2019.
The Corazon Cinema and Cafe was the venue for the 50th Anniversary Vietnam War Commemoration Ceremony. The keynote Speaker was LT COL (RET) Barry Bridger, who was a prisoner at the Hanoi Hilton for over 6 years. His message was powerful and thought provoking. Authorized by Congress, established under the Secretary of Defense, and launched by the President in May 2012, the Vietnam War Commemoration recognizes all men and women who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces from Nov. 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975. Nine million Americans served during this period, and the Commemoration makes no distinction between Veterans who served in-country, in-theater, or were stationed elsewhere during those 20 years. All answered the call of duty. This year NCA will participate in honoring Vietnam Veterans during the week of March 23 – March 31, 2019. During the event there was a presentation of Certificates of Honor.
Great energy in show 4, with our guests, author and filmmaker Derek Hankerson, Flager College ACE Program Jorge Herrera, and our musical guest lead singer from Paco Lipps, Victoria Romero. Show was catered by La Herencia Cafe.
St Augustine, as one of the oldest continuously occupied cities in the United States, is home to a rich history, diverse culture and cosmopolitan values. It is a befitting place for the Festival of Chariots which was held, as one of the oldest continuously held multicultural festivals in the world. In these times of uncertainty between nations, races, classes and cultures, a common platform for equality is needed, to inspire humanity towards peace, freedom and friendship.
The Festival of Chariots (Rathayatra) is the celebration of inviting into people’s hearts the Lord of the Universe (Sri Krishna – the All-Attractive One / Sri Jagannatha – the Master of the Universe) of Whom we are all a part. By offering a little service to the Lord, we can awaken our dormant love for Him within us. By watering the root of the tree all the branches are nourished. Similarly when service is given to the Lord of the Universe, all living beings become satisfied. This is known as Bhakti-Yoga, connection to the Lord through devotional service. By singing, dancing, cooking, feasting, decorating and having meaningful discussions about the glories and beauty of the Lord and His presence in our lives, we find a common platform for achieving peace, friendship and lasting happiness.
Chariots comes from the cultural heart of India, this ancient Ratha Yatra festival is an offering they bring to beautiful beaches, campuses and parades across Northern Florida.
Another great show with our guests. Harold George from the “Pecha Kucha” events, James Bullock historian and re-enactor and musical guest, singer and song writer Dara Sweatt. The evening was made very special by the wines of the San Sebastian Winery, the ales of Old Coast Ales and the subs of Jersey Mike’s Subs.
Lincoln Portrait (also known as A Lincoln Portrait) is a classical orchestral work written by the American composer Aaron Copland. The work involves a full orchestra, with particular emphasis on the brass section at climactic moments. The work is narrated with the reading of excerpts of Abraham Lincoln’s great documents, including the Gettysburg Address. An orchestra usually invites a prominent person to be the narrator.
Performed by the St Augustine Orchestra, directed by Scott Gregg and narrated by Lee Weaver, it comes across as beautiful and powerful piece of work.