Travel: New museums in Virginia’s Historic Triangle

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By Debi Lander mail@floridanewsline.com Three Tidewater cities, Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown, collectively make up Virginia’s Historic Triangle. They recall the earliest days of life in the American colonies. Today, the family-friendly destinations bring hands-on opportunities to...

Alhambra’s “DreamGirls” an entertaining sojourn back in time

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By Martie Thompson editor@floridanewsline.com “DreamGirls,” now being performed at Alhambra Theatre and Dining, is probably most familiar from the critically acclaimed 2006 film, but the iconic musical actually started life on Broadway in 1981. The show...

Travelogue: Save the St. Johns River Day 6

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Day 6, Sunday, March 27 By Shannon Blankinship, St. Johns Riverkeeper Outreach Director On Day 6, the Tour Team departed DeLand and headed north, passing the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge and Lake Dexter. Bald eagles...

Travelogue: Save the St. Johns River Day 7

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Day 7, Monday, March 28 By Shannon Blankinship, St. Johns Riverkeeper Outreach Director We began the day with a warm send-off from the generous and hospitable residents of Drayton Island who hosted our group in their...

E Pluribus Unum

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By James E. Lee mail@floridanewsline.com In 1847, the United States was at war with Mexico. Under the leadership of General Winfield Scott, the United States achieved victory at the Battle of Chapultepec and Old Glory was...
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