September 2017

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Spotlight on Chef Nikhil Abuvala of Roux 30A

A look at his early beginnings What’s in a name? The name Roux 30A is a play on words.  “Rue” means street in French and “roux” is of course a well known sauce base in French cuisine.  Roux 30A is a nod to the 30A locals who make up 75% of Nikhil’s customers. It’s a […]

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Community Notes

Beachfront Property Owners Bring Federal Case The beach access issue is heating up once again, this time reaching the Federal District Court in Pensacola. Four South Walton communities, including the Homeowners Association in Seaside, Grand Dune I and II, and Paradise by the Sea. Leading the charge is Seaside resident Art Kahn, who said, “we […]

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Small Business Connect starts up again in September

Weekly meetings held at Destiny Worship Center this Fall A Free business networking will start up once again at Destiny Worship Center in Miramar Beach. The group has been meeting each week for the past 2 years and the Fall Semester kicks off Wednesday, September 13th. The group meets at noon time for Lunch, which […]

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The Village of Baytowne Wharf

Event organizers are pleased to announce upcoming plans for fall programming at The Village of Baytowne Wharf. While locals and resort guests continue to flock to new merchant stores, free and family friendly events will provide entertainment and fun for all ages this fall. Kicking off the season, The Village of Baytowne Wharf will host […]

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For the Health of it

by Ed Berry For the Health of it was the first certified organic grocery in the panhandle and has been a staple in Walton County for over 20 years.  Owner Ed Berry and his then wife, and business partner, Rachel Morgan opened the store in 1995.  “We started the store out of our own necessity […]

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