“What’s the difference between good ice cream and great ice cream?” Mayday Ice Cream has the answer.
By some, the surfboard is viewed as just another piece of sporting equipment; but for many, it’s a very personal and iconic symbol. Before the influx of overseas mass production, surfboards were as original as the...
The list of late 1990s and early 2000s kids raised by the shop goes on and on. We all have similar stories. And we all owe the Surf Station for setting us up for success.
A native St. Augustinian and President and CEO of The Bailey Group, Mark Bailey, Sr. learned to surf at the wee age of 5 with his older brothers, John and Bruce, at the St. Augustine Beach Pier.
Eric Searcy is as embedded in the Old City lifestyle as anyone possibly could be. Whether it be by playing music or playing among the waves, Searcy finds solace in the finer and simpler things in life.
St. Augustine scratch donut shop creates classic flavors and new twists on old favorites Fiction Donuts was born out of the desire to provide the “everyman’s donut” while still bringing some creative and inspired...
I’m no Parrothead, but that quote by Jimmy Buffet pretty much sums up our last couple of years here in Florida, and the conundrum of being a surfer and a coastal homeowner in general. OK, time to check the latest...
St. Augustine has always been a quaint little surfing town with a fishing problem. Just ask Jimmy Wilson and Zander Morton, who both grew up in St. Augustine and have gone on to make successful careers in the surf...