Intuition Ale Works Recall 2015 Underdark

The following was sent via email on May 18 to customers of Intuition Ale Works: Intuition Ale Works is announcing a total recall of our 2015 Underdark barrel-aged stout. We have found through testing that the 2015 batch contains lactobacillus that is causing unwanted sour flavors to develop in the beer. Lactobacillus is commonly used […]

Overland Bridge Atlantic Boulevard Detour

Overland Bridge Atlantic Boulevard Detour

Detours will be in place beginning Friday, May 15, and running through Monday, May 18, as part of the I-95 Overland Bridge Project.   Motorists traveling eastbound on Atlantic Boulevard will be directed south on US-1 / Philips Highway to St. Augustine Road to St. Augustine Rd. and north on US-1 / Philips Highway to […]

Local creators reflect on One Spark experience

Some of the 537 creators spent months in the planning, others were “sparked” by last-minute inspiration. Many were existing companies, yet struggling to break through while some saw the third annual World’s Largest Crowdfunding event as a chance to jumpstart new businesses. Several local creators won awards, including Jessica Osborn (Pass That H.R.O.!, Social Good, […]

Beautiful results when fire and water mix

  Mixing fire and water usually results in the absence of one over the other, but glass sculptor Brian Frus successfully mixed one of those elements with the idea of the other to create a breathtaking piece of art that celebrates the proclaimed Year of the River. Frus is one of 10 diverse, recognized regional […]

Music and dreams born again

  Robert Lester Folsom is making a come-back. Folsom, an Ortega Farms resident, is a professional house painter but that wasn’t his first choice for a career nearly 40 years ago. At one time the 60-year-old guitar player dreamed of making it big in the music industry. After impressing a recording studio engineer in Atlanta […]

Same name, new face

Bakery under new ownership, familiar leadership The Edgewood Bakery, which remained closed for six weeks after Tom and Carol Rykalsky dropped their legal challenge over majority ownership in the business, quietly and without fanfare, reopened on April 14. In its first short week back in business, traffic was better than expected. Since reopening, returning customers […]

Bulkhead replacements underway

Homes and businesses along the St. Johns and Ortega rivers and some tributaries will witness some bulkhead repair and replacement work during a five-month period. Approximately 4.4 miles of seawall maintained by the City of Jacksonville, including the north and south banks, has deteriorated to the extent that repair work is necessary. According to Aleizha […]

Shircliff Society tackles literacy-building

    Adhering to its mission to improve the health of individuals and communities, the Sat. Vincent’s Shircliff Society’s 2015 goal will tackle literacy with a $50,000 construction project at the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Center. The Shircliff Society Book Nook will be built on the first and second floors of St. Vincent Family Medicine […]

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