Author Archive for Nick Lulli

Nick Lulli is a decorated television journalist who has literally been broadcasting since age 4. Nick has worked at Action News Jax; the FOX affiliate in Augusta, Georgia; and the CBS affiliate in Flint, Michigan. He’s the recipient of the 2016 Associated Press Award for reporting two major stories in the great lakes state. From 2011-2012, he co-operated The Beaches Online’s one year trial run. Nick is well known on the First Coast, having appeared on the market’s network affiliates since age 11. As a child, he was frequently seen on the beach reporting on the various tropical storms and hurricanes impacting the state. At age 15, he operated a Youtube news channel aimed at the beaches. He has traveled the country for his work, interviewing governors from multiple states; senators; celebrities; and everyone in between. He gained national attention for challenging Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on multiple occasions for his role in the lead contamination of the water supply in Flint, Michigan. Nick’s strong suits are law & crime; city government; environment; and, weather.

Comic Con coming to beaches library
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Comic Con coming to beaches library

What do you think of the new welcome sign?
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What do you think of the new welcome sign?

Moonlight Movies returns to Jax Beach
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Moonlight Movies returns to Jax Beach

Moonlight Movies returns to the SeaWalk Pavilion beginning April 22, 2016, with the movie Finding Nemo.  This popular family friendly, outdoor movie series combines a movie under the stars, the sound of the ocean, and a sea breeze for a memorable night to share with family and friends. Learn what movies are in the series, movie […]

Skate park open house to be held in Jax Beach
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Skate park open house to be held in Jax Beach

The City of Jacksonville Beach invites you to a design presentation of the new municipal skate park to be located at South Beach Park.  This Open House will be held on Thursday, April 14, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the City Hall Council Chambers, 11 North 3rd Street.  A presentation will be […]

Warnings flying for Florida coast as Sandy approaches
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Warnings flying for Florida coast as Sandy approaches

Tropical storm watches and warnings are flying for the east Florida coast as Hurricane Sandy makes a swipe at the Sunshine State. Sandy’s rapid intensification just before a Cuban landfall has many Floridians on edge. Any western deviation in track could bring hurricane force winds to the coast. At the very minimum, The Beaches will […]

Burn the Floor: Ballroom Gets Reinvented Tonight in Jacksonville
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Burn the Floor: Ballroom Gets Reinvented Tonight in Jacksonville

For one night only, you can see ballroom reinvented as BURN THE FLOOR makes its way into our area. The show starts at 7:30 tonight and is only here for one performance at the Times-Union Center for Performing Arts. The new Broadway production of BURN THE FLOOR broke box office records and enjoyed two extensions […]

Raising the Bar: Atlantic Beach Facing Poor Cell Service
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Raising the Bar: Atlantic Beach Facing Poor Cell Service

Residents in Atlantic Beach are making noise over their deteriorated cell phone service. Our own Jeannie Greenwald is at the center of it all – she faces a daily deluge of dropped calls and an AT&T iPhone that at times could be compared to a useless paperweight. “I look at the phone and it says […]

Springs Fever: Season Starts Early in the Suwannee Valley
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Springs Fever: Season Starts Early in the Suwannee Valley

As part of our life living at the beaches, we have a constant access to our beautiful shorelines 24/7. But sometimes, we must journey ‘off the island’ to enjoy some of Florida’s natural springs. As heavy smoke rolled into our area Monday due to wildfires well to the west of the beaches, it was time […]

Jersey Boys Makes Jacksonville Debut
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Jersey Boys Makes Jacksonville Debut

Making its debut in Jacksonville, the Tony Award winning musical Jersey Boys opened Tuesday night and is here for a three-week run! The musical is one of several Broadway touring productions being presented at the Times Union Center Moran Theatre by the FSCJ Artist Series this season. Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four […]

The Mayport Ferry: A Thing of the Past?
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The Mayport Ferry: A Thing of the Past?

By the close of business on September 30, 2012, State Road A1A could be cut in half, and a historic piece of our island could be lost if JaxPort continues with their plan. The plan: end funding of the Mayport Ferry, a community boat shuttle that has operated in 1948.

Players By The Sea to Put On Pulitzer Prize Winning Musical
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Players By The Sea to Put On Pulitzer Prize Winning Musical

Following a successful Broadway and touring run, Players By The Sea will be producing a version of the musical Next to Normal this month and next, across the Intracoastal at the FSCJ  Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts. Next to Normal is the story of Diana, a mother who struggles with worsening bipolar disorder and the effect […]

WICKED: Behind the Scenes of the Jacksonville Tour Stop
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WICKED: Behind the Scenes of the Jacksonville Tour Stop

The Beaches Online got the rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at a touring Broadway show. WICKED, often considered one of Broadway’s “biggest blockbusters” is returning to the area for a 3 week limited engagement. So how does it all work? Find out in our report.  

M Shack: Deliciously Delightful
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M Shack: Deliciously Delightful

To say that the dining experience at M Shack is anything but deliciously delightful would be a falsity. From the simple, but modern decor, to the perfectly prepared burgers, friers, tots, and shakes, this is a true “full package” fast casual dining experience. If you’re looking for a bite to eat at lunchtime; perhaps the […]

Annual Tradition on New Year's Day
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Annual Tradition on New Year’s Day

Hundreds flocked to the Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach on the first morning of 2012 to ring in the new year with a plunge right into the Atlantic Ocean. The skies were blue and the temperature was mild; while years past had seen downright chilly air temperatures to greet the ‘plungers,’ this year’s Polar Plunge […]

A 'Wicked' Fun Night Out On a Budget
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A ‘Wicked’ Fun Night Out On a Budget

With WICKED’s return to the First Coast set to commence on January 4, the show’s ticket lottery is as well. ‘Popular’ among Broadway shows, WICKED is bringing with it a great deal to Jacksonville. If you’re not familar with a theatre ticket lottery, here’s how it works: You arrive at the theatre two and a half hours […]

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