New Orleans indie rock duo marries both traditional and forward-thinking approaches to music
Top 5 Summer Art Shows Wednesday, May 22
'20/20 Perfect Vision,' 'Dog Days,' Nature & Wildlife Exhibit, 'Traces' and 'Future Retro'
Top 5 Summer Books Wednesday, May 22
'The Aviator's Wife,' 'Almost Hollywood,' 'Finding the Fountain of Youth,' 'A Curious Man' and 'Unnatural Creatures'
Top 5 Summer Concerts Wednesday, May 22
Kings of the Mic, Cat Power, Two Gallants, We Still Dream and Louderpalooza 2
Top 5 Summer Inside Activities Wednesday, May 22
'Dog Sees God,' Margaret Cho, 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat,' Drew Carey and 'Jacksonville by Design'
Bouquets to UNF Graduate Ryan Winter Wednesday, May 22
Bouquets to University of North Florida graduate Ryan Winter, heading to Tanzania to teach African families to drill their own inexpensive water wells. Winter joined two friends, Geoffrey Mbatta …
Brickbats to the Community Development Institute Wednesday, May 22
Brickbats to the Community Development Institute for leaving parents in the dark about the future of the Head Start program. First, it said the program was ending on May 17, three weeks …
Bouquets to Jacksonville Legal Aid Attorney Karen Winston Wednesday, May 22
Bouquets to Jacksonville Legal Aid Attorney Karen Winston for raising enough money to maintain her project to provide free legal help to immigrants being held by the federal government …
Rattlesnake Charmer Wednesday, May 22
The beauty pageant each April at the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas, requires traditional skills like interview poise, evening-gown fashion and talent, but also some ability and inclination to milk and skin rattlers. High school senior …
Industrial-grade Salad Dressing Wednesday, May 22
The owner of a restaurant in southern Sweden told authorities in March that the former owner had assured him "everything had been approved," apparently including the appliance the restaurant used for mixing salad dressings and sauces — a …
Sewer Fishing Wednesday, May 22
Eliel Santos fishes New York City's grates every day, reeling in enough bounty to sustain him for the last eight years, he told the New York Post in April. The "fishing line" Santos, 38, uses is dental floss, with electrician's tape and Blue-Touch …
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