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General Biassou Enlivens St. Augustine

One in a series of historic features as St. Augustine prepares for its 450th Anniversary in 2015.

He looked more like a king, parading into town with his wife and twenty-three Haitian followers. General Jorge Biassou, Haitian rebel leader promoted and assigned to St. Augustine in 1796 by the Spanish Government, wore gold-trimmed clothes, a silver saber, and an ivory dagger. He called the followers his “family” because of their loyalty and dependence on him. On their arrival, Governor Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada provided a French-Spanish interpreter and two nights’ dinner for Biassou’s immediate family. Through the interpreter, Biassou sent thanks, but complained that he wasn’t invited to eat at Government House. The governor was stunned. In the first few weeks, St. Augustine locals hung around outside Biassou’s rented house on St. George Street to stare at the “family.” Biassou complained again. Biassou liked attention on his own terms. He hosted a festival for the town’s black community to celebrate the Catholic Day of Kings with an African flair. The Spanish Catholics were stunned. Biassou’s life in Florida was like a retirement compared to his days as the fiery leader of the Haitian slave revolt against the French. He chose to spend his impressive income on impressive hospitality. But even though his salary was second only to the governor, it fell short of what Havana promised him because of St. Augustine’s frequent inability to cover payroll. Nor had Biassou adjusted to the loss of respect in ATTENTION: Our ant is hiding inside this paper. Help find him and save an additional $10...

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his transition from war general to border patrol, commanding a small black militia at Fort Matanzas, not an army of thousands. Jorge Biassou died in 1801 at the age of sixty. Recognition for his position as a decorated officer of Spain took center stage, even superseding current racial distinctions. Father O’Reilly honored him with a Catholic mass. The governor accompanied the funeral procession to Tolomato Cemetery with drummers and a black honor guard. St. Augustine’s public notary recorded that “every effort was made to accord him the decency due an officer Spain had recognized for military heroism.” Most of Tolomato’s grave markers were wooden and have long since disappeared. The exact location of Jorge Biassou’s gravesite is unknown. Historic highlights are featured in The St. Augustine Report, a free weekly e-newsletter prepared by former Mayor George Gardner. To subscribe to the Report, or to order a set of 12 briefs Gardner has written on famous people and events in St. Augustine’s history, (available for $12), email gardner@aug.com.

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Plaza de La Constitution Evening concert performed by Mischief Express. Thur, Aug 19th, 7pm - 9pm Cost: Free www.plazaconcerts.com 904.825.1004

St. Augustine Garrison At Fort Mose

Fort Mose Historic State Park The St. Augustine Spanish Garrison volunteers will offer living history demonstrations onsite in period dress (weather permitting). Sat, Aug 28th, 10am - 2pm Cost: Park Admission www.floridastateparks.org/fortmose 904.823.2232

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St. Johns County Beach Pier and Pavilion Bring your chair and enjoy a live musical performance by Jimmy Parrish & The Ocean Waves - Beach & Surf R/R ~ Food for under $10 available from South Beach Grill. Wed, Aug 18th, 7pm - 9pm Cost: Free www.thewednesdayconcert.com 904.347.8007

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San Marco Ave between Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Mission of Nombre de Dios Uptown San Marco Shopping District, St. Augustine host artists, book signings, live music, refreshments and other events contribute to the party-like atmosphere. Sat, Aug 28th, 5pm - 9pm Cost: Free 904.824.3152

St. Johns County Beach Pier and Pavilion Music by the Sea Concert Series Bring your chair and enjoy a live musical performance by St. Johns County Beach Pier and Pavilion Toots Lorraine & The Traffic - R/R Jazz Blues & Swing ~ Food Bring your chair and enjoy a live musical performance by for under $10 available from Napoli's. Shell Game - Easy Listening R/R ~ Food for under $10 available Wed, Aug 25th, 7pm - 9pm Cost: Free from Raintree Restaurant. www.thewednesdayconcert.com 904.347.8007 Wed, Sept 1st, 7pm - 9pm Cost: Free www.thewednesdayconcert.com 904.347.8007 Summer Concerts in the Plaza Plaza de La Constitution Evening concert performed by Rob Peck & Friends. Good judgment comes from bad experience and Thur, Aug 26th, 7pm - 9pm Cost: Free a lot of that comes from bad judgment. www.plazaconcerts.com 904.825.1004

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Music and Birthday Cake Plaza de la Constitución A traditional part of the St. Augustine's commemoration of the anniversary of its founding is the ceremonial cutting of the community birthday cake with the opportunity to serve hundreds of pieces of cake to the public. Thur, Sept 2nd, 7pm Cost: Free www.plazaconcerts.com 904.825.1004

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Celebrating Those Who Were Already Here Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park Seminoles and other U.S. Indian tribes that have been part of Florida’s history will also be represented with encampments. Cost: Free Thur, Sept 2nd & Fri, Sept 3rd 9am - 5pm for St Johns County Residents

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Landing Reenactment & Celebration of Mass Mission Nombre de Dios The Landing: Authentically clad soldiers prepare for the reenactment of the landing by the city’s founder, Don Pedro Menéndez de Aviles. Sat, Sept 4th, 10am 904.824.2809 The Celebration of Mass: A celebration of Mass at the rustic outdoor wooden altar by the water’s edge. Sat, Sept 4th, 11am (approx) 904.824.2809

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6th Century Cooking Contest Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park A cooking contest featuring foods dating from the 16th century. The prepared food will be judged at 4:45 p.m. and there will be plenty of sampling of the Spanish flavors and demonstrations that will teach about the flavors that have influenced the culinary culture of St. Augustine. Sat, Sept 4th, 6pm - 9pm 904.824.2809

Art Galleries of St Augustine presents First Friday Art Walk

& Mission Nombres de Dios Museum Dedication Self-guided walking tour of numerous art galleries, FREE Art Mission Nombre de Dios Walk Tour Trains! Procession with the casket of Pedro Menéndez de Aviles from Fri, Sept 3rd, 5pm - 9pm Cost: Free the Shrine of Our Lady of la Leche Chapel, to its new home at the www.artgalleriesofstaugustine.com 904.829.0065 Mission Nombre de Dios Museum. The museum will be dedicatGolden Dragon Acrobars ed by Bishop Victor Galeone, Bishop of the Diocese of Saint St Augustine Amphiteatre Augustine. The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time honSat, Sept 4th 12 Noon (approx) 904.824.2809 ored tradition that began more than twenty seven centuries ago. Price: $9 Consciousness: That annoying time between naps. Fri, Sept 3rd & Sat, Sept 4th 7:30pm 904.471.1965 PAGE 4 When you advertise, your ad also appears on-line at www.AncientCityPost.com


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Tiger Lee’s Hot Pirate Babe Calendar Release Party Avast, each year cutthroats, rogues n’ buccaneers eagerly wait fer the next Hot Pirate Babe Calendar, which be known as the Victoria Secret of Piracy. The all inclusive party get you the 2011 Hot Pirate Babe Calendar, a full 6 course authentic Pyrate Dinner, all you can drink ale, grog and tea, a set of classes on Cutlass Sword Fighting and How to Talk Like a Pirate, Entertainment by Rusty Cutlass, Captain Dan, Belly Dancers & Pyrate Pyro Performance. The event is September 11 at the Ocean Pier Pavilion on 350 A1A Beach Blvd in St Augustine Beach, Florida 32080, from 5 to 10pm. The cost is $45 per individual or $80 per couple. Purchase tickets online at: www.hotpiratebabes.com/party.html or at the store: Pirate Fashions N Fotos, 26 Cuna Street, St Augustine, FL 32084. Must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets are limited and not available at the door. Dress code of fashionable pirate clothing will be enforced. Models from the calendar will be on hand to autograph copies of the calendar. Tiger Lee is the photographer and publisher of the Hot Pirate Babe Calendar series for the past 5 years. He moved to St Augustine to start up Pirate Fashions N Fotos the world’s only pirate photo studio and pirate.

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How do you squeeze two weddings, a birthday, a 21+ Club, as well as 5 family-friendly cruises into one weekend? Why, you sail aboard the Pirate Ship Black Raven of course! Starting with a quaint Wedding Party on Saturday afternoon, moving into a Captain’s Birthday Party that evening, and then ending with a Chartered Wedding Gala Sunday night, the pirates of the Black Raven were hopping to meet the demands of such an invigorating schedule. Through it all, cannons fired, guests were entertained, and food was delivered from local fine dining establishments. And, if that wasn’t enough, the crew even continued their usual action-packed programming in between these momentous occasions; further still, the Black Raven was rockin’ and jammin’ to the sweet sounds of adult-themed songs and jokes during the Saturday evening 21+ Club cruise! Versatility should be our middle name, and endurance a close second behind that! So no matter your entertainment pleasure, you can be the Black Raven is the best place to be for all ages, all events, all the time!

The crew would like to take this time to wish well the brides and grooms from our wedding-weekend extravaganza, as well as the young birthday guest who had their moment of glory aboard our fine ship. Still, it was each guest aboard each cruise who made the days special and fly by so fast! To each of you, thank you for allowing us to cater to your needs, and thank you for sailing aboard the best pirate show in Florida! ~ scribed by Kathy McCarthy

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St. Augustine’s City Commission has endorsed a plan to have a private non-profit foundation run the city’s 450th commemoration. The original plan was to have it government-run, but commissioners admitted open meeting requirements would make day-today Aviles Street • Downtown activities difficult. A local attorney and businessman will move the plan to a steering committee appointed earlier, asking its members to apply for the foundation board and disband the committee. Aviles Street, documented as possibly America’s oldest street dating from 1573, will be getting a makeover in the next two months, including underground utilities and wiring, fresh brick surface and widened sidewalk for outdoor dining. The makeover area extends from King Street to Artillery Lane. A proposed carriage ordinance, after input from carriage businesses, a public workshop, and City Commission review, is going into another draft. Assistant City Attorney Carlos Mendoza has softened several areas, including a permit fee reduced from $5,000 to $1,000 or 2 ½ percent of annual gross, and allowing carriages to go off-route for prearranged passenger pickups at bed and breakfasts. A state panel advising the governor and cabinet on use of land in the Internal Improvement Trust Fund may recommend that the city repay the state in cash or equivalent land for the $588,000 value of land in the Colonial Spanish Quarter. The land is needed as part of a package with city-owned land to build a Castillo visitor orientation center. Mayor Joe Boles considers a land package for the Castillo center is “critical” to developing joint ticket sales for the Castillo and Quarter. St.Augustine highlights are drawn from The St. Augustine Report, a free weekly e-newsletter prepared by former Mayor George Gardner. To subscribe or review issues of the Report, email gardner@aug.com.

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