Charles F. Adams Museum Bring Home the Adams!

Only you can save the ‘Charlie Deuce’ from the scrap heap! Don’t let another Jacksonville legacy become razor blades like the USS Saratoga! While the fight to save historic homes and buildings has captured the hearts, minds, and headlines of Jacksonville, our Jacksonville naval history is being quietly sent to the scrapyard. So real is the […]

Great Fresh Food Sources!

It’s awesome to know that you have been enjoying the recipes I’ve been sharing with you for the past three years. It’s especially rewarding to hear that so many of you have experimented with foods you would never have considered before reading about how delicious they are, and how simple it is to prepare them. […]

Mosquitoes, Mosquitoes, Mosquitoes…

  April Showers Bring May Flowers!  It’s that time of year when you want to sit outside, sip a cool drink and squish mosquito guts on your sweetie’s sweaty cheeks! Okay, you’re right, that last part about squashed mosquito guts on your sweetie’s sweaty cheeks is disgusting. Putting this in a historical real estate prospective […]

Real Estate Agents Named Best Dressed Professionals

Real Estate Agents Named Best Dressed Professionals in Recent Poll. Data Suggests Women Realtors Dress for Success, Male Realtors Dress Like School Teachers! Like it or not we are judged by our appearance. Socially it is an instant que to determine the potential for a future relationship. And in business the judgement made by our […]

HomeStrong Heroes Presents Former Army Sargent Mom A Mortgage Free Home!

Sometimes the path to homeownership takes a detour.  For Army Sargent Jessica Blow and her 8 year-old son Camron that detour included two tours in Iraq before being medically retired due to her injuries. HomeStrong USA took applications this past summer from active-military service members and honorably discharged veterans in the Jacksonville area. The HomeStrong […]

Outstanding in the Fields at 13 Mile Seafood on Apalachicola Bay

“Eating an oyster is like kissing the sea on the lips” or so said dead French poet Leon-Paul Fargue! Tommy Wards Apalachicola Oysters have a special blend of sweet and salty unique to the Florida Panhandle. Oysters are like fine wine grapes in that they carry with them the essence of area where they are […]

ReBarCamp JAX

Wanna Be One of the Kool Kids?  All the Kool Kids will be at ReBarCamp Jax on Friday January 9th 2015 at UNF.  Be there or be Square! What is it?  ReBarcamp Jacksonville is a powerful one day event focused on education and networking.  An “unconference”, if you will that doesn’t include the expense, product […]

Outstanding in the Field

Bald Home Inspector Discovers Lost Secret to Health, Happiness and Longevity. Search to Cure Male Pattern Baldness Continues, Millions of Men Remain Hopeful. You are no doubt familiar with the saying “you are what you eat”, but do you know how that phrase came to into common use? The earliest reference is credited to the […]

What’s Super-Single Dad and Certified Master Inspector Austin Barbour and his boys been up to lately?

Austin reports “nothing terribly exciting has happen over the last few months except events with my boys Dylan and Tyler, it’s really been great.” Austin and the boys went to SeaWorld for the first time last month, then down to Legoland for a nice get away weekend. Other recent adventures of the Barbour Boys have […]

Hens in Jacksonville!!

Jacksonville City Council Gives Homeowners Something to Cluck About!   Thanks to the grassroots effort led by HensInJax.com founder Lauren Trad fresh eggs may be coming to a backyard near you! On November 19th Mayor Alvin Brown signed Ordinance 2013-415 into law allowing for the ownership of up to 5 backyard hens in Jacksonville. Hens […]