By Ron Sandstead, Flutterby Antiques Artists probably can’t tell you why they create. But, they know they feel good when they do it. Usually, they are creating for themselves. And when they are done with a piece of art, good or bad, there is a feeling of “YES, I did...
Sean Dietrich He was two-foot tall, happy faced, chubby. He had the gift of gab. He stood at the public boat ramp...
The Market Shops Presents Free Winter Concert Series The Market Shops, located at the entrance to Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, presents the Winter Concert Series. Beginning January 6, 2018, every Saturday in January and February will feature a different local or regional artist or band. The Winter Concert...
By Dee Cruce It’s a known fact that our area is home to many of the South’s most acclaimed artists. And world-renowned artist and Destin local Clint Eagar, owner of Clint Eagar Designs is no exception. When you first walk into Clint Eagar’s gallery, you might wonder how many artists...
The first permanent underwater sculpture park in the USA will soon be attracting fish and scuba divers to the Gulf waters...
By Anne Hunter When Emeril’s new Coastal Italian restaurant opens in Grand Boulevard, it will certainly be a blessing to our taste...
Emerald Coast Theatre Company Stages Theatre Festival May 16-20 When Emerald Coast Theatre Company (ECTC) producing artistic director Nathanael Fisher conceived the Northwest Florida Theatre Festival last year, it was to provide a “stage” — literally and figuratively — for local artists in the community. The festival will be produced...
Local mixed media artist Sarah Stewart is teaching private and group art lessons at 237 Market Street in Santa Rosa Beach....
OAA), the officially designated non-profit arts agency for Okaloosa County, would like to thank all of the Okaloosa County School students that participated in the 9th annual OAA Okaloosa County School Poster Contest. Although the Alliance was unable to make everyone a 1st place winner, all 229 entries were...

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