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Angela Mazza, Flagler College sophomore, was recently awarded a $3,000 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, a program designed to help undergraduates participate in study abroad programs worldwide.
Mazza is the first Flagler student to earn a Gilman Scholarship.
“I am ecstatic about receiving this award,” said Mazza, an elementary education major at Flagler. “It is an honor to be the first Flagler student to receive this scholarship and I hope that many more follow.”
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program is funded through the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000 and is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.
Mazza will be joining several classmates on a trip to Peru this summer to study Spanish immersion and Andean culture.
Source: Flagler College
The Gallery Cafe of St. Augustine (located at 1974 US-1 South, in the OLD Staples Plaza) will see the return of Ancient City Poet Michael Henry Lee, and Jacksonville poet Antoinette Libro, to lead a fun and informative writing workshop on Sunday April 27th to celebrate National Poetry Month (April).
They are both members of the Haiku Society of America and local Coquina Haiku Circle, who offered a well attended workshop a few months ago, will return to lead this fun and engaging hour dedicated to the art of “one breathe poetry”.
Please register at 1:45 p.m. The ACP Plant-A-Poem workshop begins at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. A small fee of $10 at the door is request to participate, which provides for endless coffee and sweet treats. Bring a haiku idea or two. You will learn how to cultivate a haiku seed and help it grow with the miracle grow of feedback from other workshop participants.
Source: Ancient City Poets
After the death of the Master, the disciples had scattered; their faith had been utterly shaken, everything seemed over, all their certainties had crumbled and their hopes had died. But now that message of the women, incredible as it was, came to them like a ray of light in the darkness. The news spread: Jesus is risen as he said. And then there was his command to go to Galilee; the women had heard it twice, first from the angel and then from Jesus himself: “Let them go to Galilee; there they will see me”.
Galilee is the place where they were first called, where everything began! To return there, to return to the place where they were originally called. Jesus had walked along the shores of the lake as the fishermen were casting their nets. He had called them, and they left everything and followed him (cf. Mt 4:18-22).
To return to Galilee means to re-read everything on the basis of the cross and its victory. To re-read everything – Jesus’ preaching, his miracles, the new community, the excitement and the defections, even the betrayal – to re-read everything starting from the end, which is a new beginning, from this supreme act of love.
For each of us, too, there is a “Galilee” at the origin of our journey with Jesus. “To go to Galilee” means something beautiful, it means rediscovering our baptism as a living fountainhead, drawing new energy from the sources of our faith and our Christian experience. To return to Galilee means above all to return to that blazing light with which God’s grace touched me at the start of the journey. From that flame I can light a fire for today and every day, and bring heat and light to my brothers and sisters. That flame ignites a humble joy, a joy which sorrow and distress cannot dismay, a good, gentle joy.
In the life of every Christian, after baptism there is also a more existential “Galilee”: the experience of a personal encounter with Jesus Christ who called me to follow him and to share in his mission. In this sense, returning to Galilee means treasuring in my heart the living memory of that call, when Jesus passed my way, gazed at me with mercy and asked me to follow him. It means reviving the memory of that moment when his eyes met mine, the moment when he made me realize that he loved me.
Today, tonight, each of us can ask: What is my Galilee? Where is my Galilee? Do I remember it? Have I forgotten it? Have I gone off on roads and paths which made me forget it? Lord, help me: tell me what my Galilee is; for you know that I want to return there to encounter you and to let myself be embraced by your mercy.
The Gospel of Easter is very clear: we need to go back there, to see Jesus risen, and to become witnesses of his resurrection. This is not to go back in time; it is not a kind of nostalgia. It is returning to our first love, in order to receive the fire which Jesus has kindled in the world and to bring that fire to all people, to the very ends of the earth.
“Galilee of the Gentiles” (Mt 4:15; Is 8:23)! Horizon of the Risen Lord, horizon of the Church; intense desire of encounter… Let us be on our way!
St. Johns County, FL. – Residents are invited to help prepare our local beaches for sea turtle nesting season by sweeping our beaches clean during the 13th Annual Turtletown Beach Cleanup from 8 – 11 a.m. on April 26. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to participate. Registration forms, bags, and gloves will be available on the day of the clean-up at the following event sites:
Micklers Landing, 1109 Ponte Vedra Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach
Vilano Beach Access Ramp, Vilano Road, Vilano Beach
St. Johns County Fishing Pier, 350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine Beach
Crescent Beach Parking Lot, 6930 A1A S., St. Augustine
Participants are encouraged to dress comfortably and use hats and sunscreen. Individuals, groups, clubs, schools, churches, and scouts are welcome to volunteer. Community Service certificates are available for all students. For more information, contact Chris Benjamin at 904.827.6980 or 904.669.4327.
Source: St. Johns County BOCC
It is not uncommon for the nearly 1,200 spaces at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility to fill up on busy weekends, especially this time of year and especially during big annual events like this weekend’s Rhythm & Ribs Festival.
To help those looking for a place to park after the parking facility has reached capacity, the city will this weekend, for the first time, make use of variable message boards to alert drivers that the facility is no longer available and to direct them to areas where parking may be available. Then as parking becomes available in the parking facility because of turnover (i.e. cars leaving), the signs will reflect that availability.
The variable message boards will be strategically located along Ponce de Leon Blvd. and San Marco Ave. to alert drivers if the parking facility is full and of the opportunity afforded by alternative locations in private parking areas along San Marco Ave.
Those who park along San Marco Ave. will not have to walk to Francis Field, site of Rhythm & Ribs Festival, but rather will have access to a free shuttle provided by Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine.
Additionally, to lessen the impact on neighborhoods in the vicinity, event parking will be prohibited in both the Abbott Tract and Uptown Neighborhoods. Streets in the affected area will be signed to alert festival goers of the restrictions.
The use of bicycles is encouraged when possible to lessen the amount of vehicular traffic. Both drivers and cyclists are asked to exercise caution when traveling in congested areas.
The message boards and restricted parking in the neighborhoods will be in effect on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 4, 5 and 6.
Source: City of St. Augustine
“Never Con a Con Artist”
“Hotshots” looks at a movie!
American Hustle is so good that don’t be surprised if during some awards ceremony it sweeps an award in all the major categories.
In fact, it is so good that Robert De Niro appears in it as an important character and doesn’t even get listed in the credits.
However, appearing both in the movie and in the credits are Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, and Jennifer Lawrence, and most if not all of them are going to come out winners during the next awards season.
The movie is based on one of the most stunning scandals and sting operations in the late Seventies, and it begins with a title that says, “Some of this actually happened.”
We are introduced to Irving, who is a con artist with such an elaborate comb-over that he not only combs his long hair over, but also glues it to his bald scalp.
Irving says, “I learned how to survive when I was a kid,” and we see how he broke the law in order to send more customers to his father’s business.
As an adult, however, and even though he owns some legitimate businesses, Irving prefers to make most of his money by charging people a nonrefundable $5,000 fee in order to get them a loan, but then he never comes back with the loan.
Irving’s partner in crime and in love is Sydney, a woman whose dream was to become anyone other than who she was, and her role in the scam is to pretend to be British royalty with bank connections.
Unfortunately, one man they try to con turns out to be Richie, who is an FBI agent with dreams of exposing and bringing down dirty politicians, and when he reveals himself to Irving and Sydney, he promises not to arrest them if they will help him in his own sting operation, which eventually involves a New Jersey mayor who wants to relaunch the casino industry in Atlantic City, a sheik who might provide the money, and mobsters from Miami who might provide the connections.
So, can you see how those involved in the operation might be in over their heads, especially when they are still keeping secrets from each other?
And all this time Irving has been married.
American Hustle is a truly enjoyable comedy.
I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”
“Sweet and Touching Comedy”
“Hotshots” looks at a movie!
Delivery Man stars Vince Vaughn in a remake of a French-Canadian movie about a man with enough problems to begin with who finds himself in a situation that allows him to create even more problems.
However, that is not all that makes him a delivery man.
You see, 20 years ago David earned a lot of money by donating sperm as a regular visitor at a fertility clinic.
And yet David is a terrible investor, and he now owes $80,000 which he borrowed from the Mob.
When David’s girlfriend, Emma, tells him that she is pregnant, David takes the news well and tells her, “This could be the most beautiful thing that ever happened to me.”
However, Emma has doubts about whether David will make a good father, and she says that she will declare him “the father on probation.”
Meanwhile, David learns that the fertility clinic where he would “wrestle the dragon alone,” as he puts it, made a mistake and gave all the women in its clientele David’s sperm.
David had used the name “Starbuck” for all his donations, which amounted to 692 times, 533 children resulted, and 142 of those children have filed a lawsuit in order to learn Starbuck’s true identity.
David’s best friend, Brett, who has four children of his own, also happens to be a lawyer, and when David goes to Brett for help, Brett says that the dream of every lawyer is to argue a case of this significance.
Brett obtains the profiles of all the children involved in the lawsuit, turns them over to David in an envelope, but tells David not to open the envelope.
Well, you can guess what happens, can’t you? David opens up one profile, just one, and then he tracks down this son of his and is so impressed with who he is and what he turned out to be that David decides to convince Emma that he deserves to be her child’s father.
And opening up one profile to learn about one of his biological children is just like eating one potato chip. It can’t be done and doesn’t end there.
Delivery Man is a comedy that is sweet and touching and funny.
I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”