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Growing up in an Irish Catholic family in Dolton, Illinois, a tiny Chicago suburb, Jane Lynch enjoyed Christmases that were always a big deal. “My dad would read ‘The Night Before … more
"I don’t know, I wasn’t running from [pornography] on Wednesday. I was running from the sound of gunfire, semi-automatic gunfire in a high school I’ve taught at for 15 years … more
Abstract Expressionism carries an uneasy legacy. Despite the brawling and sexism that built the myth surrounding the original Ab-Ex-ers, to the endless re-wrangling of ol’ Clem … more
“Gazing is nobler than just gawking.” The phrase is uttered in clear-eyed sincerity by mega art collector Stefan Edlis in the new documentary The Price of Everything, as he looks upon … more
Talking to Bobby Kelley at the bar at El Jefe (yes, we had beers; yes, we had chips and queso), I can’t help but think about Alexander McQueen. No, the Jax-based designer and entrepreneur … more
The gateway to Florida, Jacksonville has long served as a transit hub. Steamships, railroads and trucks have all made their mark on the history and culture of the city. In the boom years following … more
The state of Florida is known for many things—some kitschy, some historical, some just plain shameful (hanging chads, anyone?)—but it’s safe to say that the Sunshine State can claim … more
Art has the power to be healing and transformative. For survivors of sexual assault, it can be a lifeline. The statistics are staggering. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, … more
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