Southern Coastal Cuisine at FL-GA Border

The executive chef at Greyfield Inn, located on Cumberland Island, has been making the rounds on a cookbook tour.

Top Scoundrel of Amelia Island’s Past?

Gregor MacGregor, who claimed Amelia Island in 1817 and raised the Green Cross flag, is now viewed as one of history’s top con artists. His later claim to fame is the “Poyais” scam.

Fernandina Beach Shrimping History

This documentary-style, “Editor’s Pick” video about Fernandina’s shrimping history features aerial views of Amelia Island with interesting interviews plus vintage images and old film footage.

Due Diligence Underway On Last Big Amelia Island Oceanfront Parcel

News of another potential Amelia Island development project of grand scale quickly got the attention of local media and island residents. It’s a really big deal on this small barrier island.

Tour Plum Orchard on Cumberland Island

It’s well worth the time and effort to take a day-cation to Cumberland Island. A wilderness island with fascinating tours. Visit Plum Orchard, a Carnegie mansion.

Georgia-Florida Football Fandom

Like swarms of swallows migrating, Florida-Georgia football fans flock to northeast Florida each year for a Southern showdown. An autumn tradition as reliable as the tides, a wave of football fans washes into Fernandina’s bars, beach homes and hotels.

Florida Fatal Encounters, Sharks Vs. Rip Currents

A dream day at the beach can quickly turn into a nightmare. But the most likely cause won’t be a shark.

Coastal Confusion: Florida Public Beach Access

Another Florida storm has blown up on the radar, gaining strength when HB 631 passed. In the minds of many, a “cone of uncertainty,” has formed around public use of Florida’s beaches.