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The Jacksonville City Council president (and Jesus, probably) have decided that MOCA’s newest exhibit is porn, are demanding that its funding be cut
A FASHION CELEBRATION Wednesday, November 26
Folio Weekly's compendium of fashionable concerns and attire selections for the discerning man or woman about town
Let's acknowledge a few things up front: The action President Obama took last week to shield some 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation is neither illegal nor unconstitutional. It did not subvert democracy 
or turn the presidency into …
As the state's and Jacksonville's poor go without legal representation, The Florida Bar fights a $100 fee to fund legal aid
Folio Weekly: Tell me a little about what 
you do. Desiree Bailey: I run a used-book store, and I have fun here all day long. I really do. People who come in here want to be here. How did you get into books? We read all the time growing …
UPDATE Wednesday, November 26
The desert sands of the Arabian Peninsula are fine-grained and smooth — unable to be used in manufacturing or, especially, the concrete industry crucial to the massive upscale developments in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and other countries.
LEAST COMPETENT CRIMINALS Wednesday, November 26
Employees of Marshalls department store in Longmont, Colorado, said they’d been hearing noises but were unable to locate the source for several days until finally, on Nov. 10, they summoned firefighters, who tore out an interior wall and freed a weak, injured Paul Felyk, 35, who’d been trapped between that wall and an exterior wall after falling through the roof. A scrawled note near him was three days old. Burglary charges were filed against Felyk, who has a substantial rap sheet.
FOREIGN PRESS GEMS Wednesday, November 26
“Dwarf Stripper Gets Bride Pregnant on Her (Bachelorette) Night,” an October report on LasCincoDelDia website in Spain, after the husband was surprised “his” wedding-night consummation resulted in a baby born with dwarfism.
THE WAITING IS THE HARDEST PART Wednesday, November 26
Condemned California inmate Steven Homick, 74, finally took his last breath on Nov. 5 — more than 29 years after committing the two murders that put him on Death Row. However, Homick died of natural causes (the 65th condemned California man to go like that in the last 35 years).
CLICHÉS COME TO LIFE Wednesday, November 26
In a $460,000 police-brutality settlement with the city of Birmingham, Alabama, in October, plaintiff Anthony Warren will receive $1,000, with the rest going to his lawyers. The un-angelic Anthony is serving 20 years for running over an officer during a high-speed car chase in 2008; he took a beating once officers caught him.
 
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