New Store Offers Books, Brownies & Booze With A Somewhat Progressive Environment

During a visit to the new 1430 Park Avenue (off South 14th Street) Story & Song Bookstore & Bistro the other day I found it to be an inviting place to browse for books, have a light lunch, a glass of wine, craft beer, or cup of coffee. Pastries are available and tables set up amid the book shelves so folks can eat, drink, browse, and read. The building is bright, comfortable, and cozy. I was delighted to meet several folks there I know and was equally pleased to see so many kids shopping for reading material.

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Fernandina Beach Commission Chimes In As Raging Gun Debate Further Divides Factions

As a result of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting, there’s been a variety of “solutions” offered by pundits, alleged experts, politicians, among others on how to stop these tragic and senseless killings ranging from calls to ban all guns or just certain guns to arming teachers and putting police officers in schools.

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“Well, You Got Trouble, My Friend, Right Here, I say Trouble Right Here In River City”

How many of these rules posted at the entrance of Peter’s Point were followed by the crowd assembled there last Sunday?

“Ya got trouble, folks!
Right here in River City
Trouble with a capital “T”
And that rhymes with “B” and that stands for beach, booze and bullets!”

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A Pragmatic Populist President?

Donald Trump’s presidency consists of many presidential firsts.

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War, Crime & Bikes A Major Portion Of Life For 91-Year-Old Amelia Island Resident

Amelia Island resident Alfred “Al” Kremler has led an interesting life — from riding circles around veteran bicyclists, surviving Japanese kamikaze attacks, and walking a beat as a New York City cop.

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