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BEST OF JAX 2014: FOOD & DRINK Wednesday, October 8
The best of bites and brews from all over Northeast Florida
A FAINT HINT OF JUSTICE Wednesday, October 8
Michael Dunn is convicted of murder, and Michelle O’Connell’s death gets another look
The best in lawyers, doctors, spas and more
The UNF prof and national security expert talks about pushing students toward public service, ISIS, and why Obama can't catch a break
MURRAY HILL MUST GENTRIFY OR DIE Wednesday, October 8
A neighborhood at a crossroads
What happens when a school board member is financially tied to those who want to privatize education?
The best in biking, bowling, skating and more!
CLUES AT THE SCENE Wednesday, October 8
Alfred J. Shropshire III was charged in June with burglarizing a home in Lakewood, Washington, identified by his having accidentally dropped at the scene a plaque from a local Mazda dealer naming Alfred J. Shropshire III Salesperson of the Month.
SIZE MATTERS (SOMETIMES) Wednesday, October 8
A court in Leer, Germany, ordered a medical examination of the manhood of Herbert O., 54, to help decide a criminal charge of exhibitionism. The man’s wife testified Herbert’s organ is “too short to hang out of [his] trousers,” as claimed by the victim of the flashing. The judge asked a local health official to make an exact measurement.
WHAT’S THE MAGIC WORD? Wednesday, October 8
A September report from Rhone, France, tells of a 33-year-old man sentenced to prison for 10 months for harassing his ex-girlfriend with 21,807 phone calls and texts over the 10 months following the split (a daily average of 73). The man insisted he only wanted the woman to say thanks for carpentry work he’d done on her apartment.
 
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