History San Diego returns with our focus on historical landmarks with a profile of Landmark #2 in our series Casa de Bandini in Old Town San Diego. Learn about the Bandini home with a unique construction of adobe brick originally with a wooden second floor added around 1869, and the amazing life of one of […]
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Welcome Back to History San Diego! On our 10th show of the series, I talk with you about Early 19th Century San Diego in the Northern American context- profiling the importance of The 1803 Louisiana Purchase & discuss the impact of The Earthquake of 1812 on Mission San Diego. Join me on Facebook Groups at […]
Join me for one of the most spectacular views I’ve ever seen from The Overlook- on the Kings Canyon Scenic Byway (California Highway 180)
George Farrar presents film and pictures of our Downtown Jacksonville & St Johns River from The Acosta Bridge, Friendship Park and the Southbank Riverwalk on Sunday morning, December 16, 2018.
History Jacksonville reflects about our Greyhound Bus Station which will eventually relocate to the new transportation center that is currently under construction. The show includes photos and illustrations from the past – and film of the station and Downtown on December 10, 2017.
This special presentation is choreographed to the 1997 song “Bittersweet Symphony” by the British band The Verve. Please click the accompanying YouTube link or play the song on another device starting at the picture of the Imagine mosaic and enjoy this retrospective focusing on my times in Jacksonville, Florida from around 2011 until 2017.
History Jacksonville explores the amazing history of old Union Station (now the Prime Osborn Convention Center) and it’s predecessor Flagler (Union) Depot. George Farrar presents a people’s history of the station & photographs of the station, railyard and trains during it’s heyday, of the abandonment in the 1970s and it’s rebirth as a convention center.
History Jacksonville has returned for a 6th season with a premier episode profiling our Old City Hall & Duval County Courthouse on Bay Street-with pictures of the past and the present. We speculate about the future as the city of Jacksonville prepares to demolish them.
George Farrar profiles great personalities at Jacksonville’s local television news stations and looks at how they covered Hurricane Irma in another episode of “Who Runs Jacksonville? “which this Summer is focusing on Jacksonville’s 5 corporate television stations and what makes the news.
George Farrar analyzes the ways that Jacksonville, Florida’s corporate television stations engage with the people thru Social Media and covered Hurricane Irma in another episode of “Who Runs Jacksonville? “which this Summer is focusing on Jacksonville’s 5 corporate television stations and what makes the news.