The wonders of the wild St Lucie River

The St Lucie River is a natural wonder many Floridians don’t properly appreciate. The St Lucie River area along the Treasure Coast was the closest thing we had to a verifiable American jungle habitat. Some areas such as George LeStrange preserve in Fort Pierce preserve that jungle-like look. In fact the St Lucie River area looked so More...

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By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Thursday, October 5th, 2023
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Before Brightline there was the USAir Florida Shuttle

In early 1993, USAir (later known as US Airways) with newly-minted investment from British Airways launched the USAir Florida Shuttle to link cities within the state to one another. The shuttle featured hourly More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Sunday, October 1st, 2023
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Remembering Jimmy Buffett’s Florida which we’ve lost

NOTE: This story originally ran on The Florida Squeeze Jimmy Buffett’s passing is symbolic of the Florida we once had and have now lost. Buffett was the greatest symbol of the unique Florida culture we More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Saturday, September 30th, 2023
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Boca Raton’s Pondhawk Natural Area

During the 1970’s and 80’s much of Boca Raton’s economy was stimulated by IBM. The 79-acre Pondhawk Natural Area was once part of the huge IBM campus. The Palm Beach County-managed Natural Area More...

By Online Staff D On Wednesday, May 26th, 2021
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GreenPointe Developers Unveil the Spinnakers at Veranda

Spinnaker – Night Iconic piece of public art is a gift to the City of Port St. Lucie – GreenPointe Developers, LLC recently celebrated the unveiling and dedication of the Spinnakers at Veranda. The More...