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August Sales in Review :: 30A Beaches

August residential sales along Scenic Highway 30A remained steady with 95 properties closed and 70 new contracts. For single family home sales, WaterColor continued to stay on top for the most number of closings followed closely behind by NatureWalk at Seagrove. The highest priced home to close was a four-bedroom, Gulf view property in Alys […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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Labor Day 2018 :: Say Goodbye to Summer with Live Music

As the sun sets on another amazing summer season, we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Labor Day weekend than with live music by the beach. Whether you prefer country or classical, there’s something planned to please everyone along the Northwest Florida Gulf Coast. Keep reading for our top picks from Panama City […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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An Architectural Masterpiece :: Alys Beach

29 Lagarza Court Recently completed, this Alys Beach architectural masterpiece is located just steps from the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent to a natural park area. The interiors encompass extraordinary finishes from around the world with impressive attention to detail found throughout this elegant residence. Experience luxurious outdoor living with an exquisite courtyard featuring a […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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An Architectural Masterpiece :: Alys Beach

29 Lagarza Court Recently completed, this Alys Beach architectural masterpiece is located just steps from the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent to a natural park area. The interiors encompass extraordinary finishes from around the world with impressive attention to detail found throughout this elegant residence. Experience luxurious outdoor living with an exquisite courtyard featuring a […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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The Ultimate Guide To Summer on 30A

Whether you love movies, music, bike rides or theatre, there’s always something happening on 30A during June, July and August. We’ve gathered fun + free events from top South Walton communities to make it easy to plan your summer agenda. GULF PLACE Free events Sundays and Saturdays The Gulf Place Amphitheater and YOLO Board + […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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Play with the Kiddos in Alys Beach All Summer Long

When you’re ready for a break from the beach (it can happen), Alys Beach has a fun-filled summer events schedule with free and unique activities to entertain your little ones. Mondays | 10AM Join The Repertory Theatre for Adventures in Alys Storytelling, a completely original storytelling experience for children of all ages. Watch as they create […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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Digital Graffiti Shines Light on Alys Beach

One of 30A’s most unique and original events, Digital Graffiti returns to Alys Beach for the 11th annual installment of the popular projection art festival. An innovative and dynamic three-day event, Digital Graffiti celebrate the many possibilities found at the intersection of art and architecture. Dozens of digital artist finalists from around the globe will […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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Digital Graffiti Takes Over White Walls of Alys Beach

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach — a projection art festival located in South Walton — has announced the finalists for their tenth annual festival to be held May 19-21. Tickets are now on sale. Digital Graffiti gives artists a large-scale blank canvas to explore the intersection of art and architecture, while creating entirely new art forms. Once darkness falls, the […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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30A Radio: Top 5 Reasons the 30A Music Scene Rocks

By Cory Davis We are so fortunate here in South Walton to have such a diverse music scene, driven locally by bands like Dread Clampitt, The Owsley Brothers, Heritage and The Forrest Williams Band. Add in big-city bands that frequent here from New Orleans, Mobile, Birmingham, Atlanta and Nashville, and you get a mix of music you really can’t find anywhere (except of course every day on 30A Radio). Here are five reasons the 30A music scene rocks: 1. Our venues are awesome. You can see bands up close and intimate or with a big crowd. Live music spots include small funky places like the Red Bar and La Playa, open-air waterfront stages like at The Bay and big, outdoor amphitheaters like the one in Seaside. And if you haven’t checked out one of the newest venues, The Hub 30A, it boasts a 25-foot LED Jumbotron and can host up to 700 people. 2. Free Music. Almost every venue offers free music with no cover charges and it’s all year round. Seaside, Alys Beach, Gulf Place and Sandestin all have weekly free concert series throughout the year and feature local or out-of-town bands. The concerts are always family friendly and located in some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the area. 3. 30A Songwriter Festival. How lucky are we to have this festival each year in South Walton? Really lucky. Every January, you can catch hundreds of songwriters in venues from Rosemary to Grand Boulevard. Drew Holcomb, Bob Schneider, Grace Potter, wow. Some of the most fun venues are right in Seaside like Central Square Records, The Rep and Bud and Alley’s. Note: Tickets always sell out fast. Grab yours today! 4. Celebrity Sightings. Have you ever bumped into Luke Bryan, Sam Bush, Sara Evans or Zac Brown? Well you may if you hang out on 30A. Many songwriters love this area for vacation — and inspiration. Sometimes they even sit in with a local band or two. 5. Collaborations. How cool is it to see two local bands merge for fun? It’s a special treat to see Dread Clampitt and Forrest Williams come together as Dreaded Forrest or Cadillac Willy merge with other local rock stars for The Cadillac Specials with an evening of music by the Grateful Dead. 30A Radio gets the opportunity to record a lot of the music listed above. Check out our live music playlist on soundcloud at soundcloud.com/30aradio. We also insert songs from these shows into our daily streaming playlists on 30A Radio. You can listen to 30A Radio inside the free 30A.com App for iPhone, iPad and Android, on Apple TV, or simply on any browser at 30Aradio.com. Cory Davis is the general manager of 30A Radio, a free online radio station that streams live from the beach 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This article originally appeared in the November-December 2016 issue of The Seaside Times. [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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THURSDAY: Taste the Flavors of 30A at Caliza Benefit Event

The Taylor Haugen Foundation will hold their seventh annual Savor The Season fundraiser on Thursday, November 3, 2016. This culinary experience has grown to become one of the most popular events on 30A and benefits the foundation’s efforts to make sports safer for middle- and high-school-aged athletes. Situated around the Caliza Pool at Alys Beach, Savor The Season features twelve of the area’s finest chefs who showcase their culinary talents with signature dishes. Each signature dish is paired with a fine wine or craft beer. The evening culminates with an exciting live auction and entertainment provided by national recording artist Michael J. Thomas. Our new 30A Wines will also be featured at the event. The participating restaurants include Seagar’s Prime Steaks & Seafood, Caliza Restaurant, Restaurant Paradis, Nola Boiling Company, Bake My Day Destin, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, CHL Signature Catering of 30A, Culinary Catering 365, Stinky’s Fish Camp, and George’s at Alys Beach. The Taylor Haugen Foundation was created to honor the memory of the 15-year-old Niceville High School student who passed away after an injury sustained during a football game on August 30, 2008. Proceeds from Savor The Season help support the Taylor Haugen Foundation’s YESS (Youth Equipment for Sports Safety) Program. The primary goal of the YESS Program is to reduce the number of sports-related abdominal injuries in middle and high school athletes. Working directly with school administrators, the THF Board of Directors actively participate in a variety of meetings and activities to present the benefits of wearing sports safety equipment. Through collaboration with vendors, the YESS program provides interested middle and high school athletic teams with matching grants to purchase state -of-the-art safety equipment. Tickets for the event are $75 per person in advance and be purchased online at www.thfsavortheseason.org. [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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