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Last Thursday, the School Board referendum issue nearly turned deadly. At Oakleaf Village Elementary, in Clay County, the air conditioning failed, causing the school to shut down for a day. News4Jax … more
It’s been a big, booming year for cannabis culture, politically and economically, with widespread advances being made on all fronts. Without question, however, the biggest news yet was made … more
Ed Dean keeps crazy hours, to put it mildly. By the time we meet Downtown for lunch, he has already done his radio show and run four miles. You can do things like that when you’re up before … more
It’s 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon, Aug. 8, and despite the inconvenient hour, dozens of concerned citizens are cramming into a tiny conference room inside the Mandarin Branch Library. It’s … more
If you are like many folks who live here, you love Jacksonville and you wish that the city would grow the hell up. We see glimpses of greatness—then we veer off course, our hopes are crushed, … more
Usually, dogs aren’t much interested in water monsters—probably because they don’t make noise or play with dogs. But then I met an axolotl. I couldn’t help but lean closer and … more
I’m still hung up on sandwiches.  Last week, I promised to tell what I know about these versatile food items, so I’m sharing fascinating sandwich facts with all my adoring fans. (I … more
No need to travel this summer to see excellent fine art. French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950, at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, features more than 60 pieces of mid-19th to mid-20th … more
Brett Bass, 32, is built like a football player, with large hands and thick fingers that span his guitar’s frets with little effort, but he plays with a startling speed and dexterity … more
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